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Search Aspect ( Wike )
Location - Leeds & District

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Town Street, Wike (Forge Lane) Prospect View (Harewood)
Black & White image17th January 1980 At the right of the image is a two storey, stone built, detached residence called 'Prospect View' situated off Town Street, Wike. 'Town Streeet' is now marked as 'Forge Lane' on ordnance survey maps. The old forge cottage is at the left edge.
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Town Street, Wike (Forge Lane) Prospect View (Harewood)
Black & White image17th January 1980 Prospect View, a stone-built two storey residence situated off what was Town Street, Wike, but became Forge Lane at a later date.
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Town Street, Wike, (Forge Lane) front of Prospect View (Harewood)
Black & White image17th January 1980 Image shows Prospect View, a substantial stone-built detached house in Town Street, Wike. 'Town Street' has been referred to as 'Forge Lane' in recent years. The house has front garden, enclosed with a drystone, capped wall. Prospect View was considerably extended after this photograph was taken.
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Town Street, Wike, (Forge Lane) rear of Prospect View (Harewood)
Black & White image17th January 1980 View of the rear of a two-storey stone built house, Prospect View off Town Street, Wike, (now referred to as 'Forge Lane'). A path of paving stones leads from the back door to a stone built outhouse. The property (Prospect View) was later extended at the side.
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Town Street, Wike, (Forge Lane) showing front view of Prospect View (Harewood)
Black & White image17th January 1980 This substantial stone built property is situated off Town Street in Wike village (Town Street is now marked on maps as Forge Lane.) The house is named Prospect View and it is photographed from the access path in front. At the right edge, Whin Cottage is visible.
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