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Search Aspect ( Willow Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Clifford looking east (Clifford)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking east. Bramham Road comes in from the bottom and curves round to the junction with the High Street. at the triangular shaped junction, the War Memorial is situated and Willow Lane forks off to the left. Albion Street is the next main junction left, off the High Street and parallel with it, red brick houses in St. Edwards' Roman Catholic Church is sited here.
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Aerial View of Clifford Looking north (Clifford) (1 comment)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking north. Willow Lane becomes Clifford Moor Road diagonally off to the left. Albion Street goes towards the right edge from its' junction with the High Street. Boston Road cuts across the top right hand corner and St. Johns' Residential School for the Deaf is towards the top centre. Beyond is the edge of Boston Spa.
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Memorial Corner (Clifford)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Crossroads at Clifford showing 'Memorial Corner' where the War Memorial is sited. The site is close to where the village pump used to be before it was removed in 1936. The memorial commemorate the Clifford men of world Wars 1 and 2 who lost their lives. Willow Lane goes off to the right and Bramham Road to the left. The image is taken from the High Street.
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Village Pump (Clifford) (2 comments)
Black & White image23rd May 1908 A group of children in Edwardian dress stand beside the village pump which was situated close to the site of the War Memorial, close to the junctions of Willow Lane, Bramham Road and the High street. The War Memorial was erected in 1921 and the village pump was removed in 1936. The Green Dragon Inn can be seen in the background, right, in Willow Lane. It was no longer in existance by 1912.
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