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Search Aspect ( Tithe Barn Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bardsey Lodge, Tithe Barn Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows Bardsey Lodge in Tithe Barn Lane, a Grade II listed building constructed in coursed rubble with a stone slate roof. To the right of the off-centre doorway the carved initials of Samuel Abbott and the date of 1729 are visible. These were above the original doorway which has been walled up. There are four windows to the first floor (the smaller one not visible). On the ground floor there is an 8 paned long narrow window to the left of the door and four paned sash windows also. The photograph was taken in the snow on Easter Sunday morning.
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Blackmoor Lane from Tithe Barn Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View of Blackmoor Lane from Tithe Barn Lane on a snowy Easter Sunday morning. Blackmmor Lane is off to the left where the houses are visible. Church Lane is off to the right. There is a seat, a telephone box and a planted tub at the junction. The house behind the snow laden trees on the left is called Pleasant View.
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Blackmoor Lane, from the junction with Tithe Barne Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March, 2008. View of Blackmoor Lane on Easter Sunday morning in snowy weather. Tithe Barn Lane is in the foreground to the left as it joins Blackmoor Lane. Church Lane joins Blackmoor Lane from the right.
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Blackmoor Lane, signpost at the junction with Tithe Barn Lane and Church Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March, 2008. Image shows the signpost for Blackmoor Lane at the junctions with Tithe Barn Lane and Church Lane. The photograph was taken in the snow on Easter Sunday morning.
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Ginnel, The (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. Image shows The Ginnel, which leads from the junctions of Smithy Lane and Tithe Barn Lane to Church Lane. The houses here are near the village pond and are called Hillcrest, left, and Stonegate, right.
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