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Results Found (5), Result Page (1 of 1)
Search Aspect ( Walsh Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Low Moor Side Lane at the junction with Walsh Lane (Farnley)
Black & White imagec1965. View of Low Moor Side Lane at the junction with Walsh Lane. The white house on the right stands at the junction at the top of Walsh Lane and is called 'Windyridge.' This also shows the pit headgear, left, the small holding, the remaining air shaft and the associated buildings of Sowden Pit Pumping Station which were later demolished.
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W. Cowburn (Farnley)
Black & White image8th November 1951. Premises of W. Cowburn, taxi hire of 14 Walsh Lane. This is a corrugated iron shed with a large wooden door. It has a sign reading TAXI, New Farnley, Private Hire Cars.
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W. Cowburn (Farnley)
Black & White image8th November 1951. Front of premises of W. Cowburn, taxi hire, of 14 Walsh Lane which is a corrugated iron shed with large wooden doors. A sign above the door reads TAXI, NEW FARNLEY, Private Hire Cars. On the left is the side of a private house and garden.
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W. Cowburn (Farnley)
Black & White image8th November 1951. The rear of the premises of W. Cowburn, taxi hire of 14 Walsh Lane which is a corrugated iron shed. Leaning on the back wall are old doors and wooden panels. Other wooden rubbish is scattered on the ground.
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W. Cowburn (Farnley)
Black & White image8th November 1951. View of side of premises of W. Cowburn, taxi hire, of 14 Walsh Lane which is a corrugated iron shed with large wooden doors. There is a sign reading TAXI, New Farnley, Private Hire Cars. There is a wooden fence and scrubland to the right.
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