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Bramhope Crossroads, The Cross (Bramhope) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1900-1904. View of Bramhope Crossroads, the junction of Church Hill, Eastgate, Moor Lane and Old Lane. The area is known as The Cross, after the lantern and signpost in the centre which was built in 1876 and directs travellers to Cookridge, Leeds, Otley and Bradford. A cart pulled by two horses can be seen beside the Cross.
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Eastgate, from Church Hill (Bramhope)
Black & White imagec1900-1904. View of Eastgate from Church Hill at the Bramhope Crossroads in the area known as The Cross. Bramhope Post Office can be seen on the right. A young girl stands in the middle of the empty road.
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Fox and Hounds, The Cross (Bramhope)
Colour imageUndated. View shows the Fox and Hounds public house at The Cross on Church Hill. This traditional stone-built inn is believed to date back to 1728.
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Maypole and Cross looking towards All saint's Church (Barwick in Elmet)
Black & White image10th August 1903. This early twentieth century view of the Maypole was taken from close to the junction with Main Street and The Cross. The Black Swan Public House adjoins the cottages on the left at numbers 7 and 9. The Cross is visible at the rear of the Maypole and All Saints Church is in the background, right of centre. The old Cross can now be found in the Churchyard.
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St. Francis of Assisi R.C. Church, interior view, stations of the Cross (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. View showing one of a series of panels at St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church on Corporation Street portraying the Stations of the Cross which tell the story of the Crucifixion. This one is entitled "Jesus consoles the women".
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