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Search Aspect ( Wharfemeadows Park )
Location - Leeds & District

River Wharfe and Bridge, from Wharfemeadows Park (Otley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the River Wharfe and bridge seen from Wharfemeadows Park, taken before the cantilevered footpath was added to the bridge in 1957. People can be seen walking across the bridge itself, now reserved for motorists. The Chevin is seen in the background.
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River Wharfe and bridge, from Wharfemeadows Park (Otley)
Black & White imagec1960. View from Wharfemeadows Park of the River Wharfe and Otley Bridge. Flowerbeds can be seen in the foreground. The cantilever footpath was added to the bridge in 1957.
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River Wharfe and Wharfemeadows, from bridge (Otley)
Black & White imagec1955. View of Wharfemeadows Park from Otley Bridge, showing the River Wharfe, with boats moored at the edge, on the right and the houses of Bridge Avenue on the left. Wharfemeadows Park was laid out in 1924 after Major F.H. Fawkes of Farnley Hall had donated 14 acres of land to the district council for recreational purposes. The council purchased additional land up to the bridge from various owners to complete the park.
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River Wharfe from the Bridge (Otley)
Colour image2009. Summer-time view of the River Wharfe taken from the bridge at Otley. The flowerbeds in Wharfemeadows Park are in full bloom. The stone terraced houses in the background are addressed as Bridge Avenue.
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River Wharfe, bridge (Otley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the River Wharfe and bridge at Otley, seen from Wharfemeadows Park. A few rowing boats are out on the river, with many others moored by the edge. In the foreground, a motor boat is also moored. The Chevin can be seen rising up in the background.
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