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Albert Woollin, Mayor of Morley 1951-52, portrait (Morley) (4 comments)
Black & White imagec1951-52. This portrait is of Albert Woollin who represented West Ardsley on Morley Town Council for many years and was Mayor of Morley from 21st May 1951 to 19th May 1952. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Batley Road, Aerial View (West Ardsley)
Colour image24th September 1989. Colour aerial view of West Ardsley. Hill Top Farm can be seen in the bottom centre of the picture. Batley Road runs through the middle from left to right. In the top left hand corner is Hill Top Lane, top centre is Woollin Avenue and top right are Redhill Avenue, Drive and Close. The road in the bottom left corner is The Croft.
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Batley Road, aerial view (West Ardsley)
Colour image22nd September 1992. Colour aerial view of West Ardsley showing Batley Road running along the top, with Woollin Avenue leading off. Hill Top Farm is on the top left and an expanse of fields can be seen below, with an electricity pylon in the centre.
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Batley Road, Aerial View (West Ardsley)
Colour image24th September 1989. Colour aerial view of West Ardsley. Hill Top Farm is prominent in the foreground. Batley Road runs from left to right through the middle of the picture, with roads leading off to the top, from left, Baghill Road, Hill Top Lane, Woollin Avenue and Redhill Avenue. Below Batley Road are Hey Beck Lane and The Croft.
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Haigh Moor Road, Albert Woollin and family members (West Ardsley)
Black & White image1920s. Image shows Albert Woollin (2nd from the left) and family members. In May 1951 Albert became Mayor of Morley. The man on the far right is David Woollin Bedford. Before them is an aspidistra which is blurred due to movement, and the table is a family heirloom. The photograph was taken in the middle of Haigh Moor Road and is from the David Atkinson Archive.
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