||| Wetherby Bridge and Weir (Wetherby)
|17th March 2005.
Image looks over the weir crossing the River Wharfe towards Wetherby Bridge. On the left is the water wheel belonging to the Old Mill, now repositioned as a feature. It was erected here by Persimmon Homes in 1993 as part of their conversion of the Old Mill to luxury apartments.
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|||Aberford Mill, Cattle Lane (Aberford)
The image shows Aberford Mill, an old watermill dating from c1730 and now housing a garage. The waterwheel has long since disappeared, it was the scene of a tragic accident in the 1920s when a young boy was killed after becoming caught in it. This marked the end of the mill's operations and it became a garage which supplied fuel until C1985. Around the time of this image Aberford Mill was owned by George Henry Moon and the miller's name was Arthur Briggs. Water from Cock Beck flowing into a goit turned the mill wheel. It was first stored in a mill pond. It is possible to see where the waterwheel was positioned on the north side of the building nowadays. Since the mill was built the level of the road has been raised, (1898), to solve the problem of flooding at that time. This means that the garage entrance is located on what would originally, prior to that date, have been the first floor.
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|||Aberford Windmill (Aberford)
Image shows Aberford Windmill in the early 1940s. In the 15th century it was in the ownership of the Abbot of Kirkstall and rented to a Mr. Gascoigne. (The Gascoigne family eventually became titled landowners.) Iron work, part of the structure of the mill, was removed and contributed to the Second World War effort. The surrounding houses are now demolished. Photograph by Leslie Chapman.
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|||Adel Moor, near Scotland Mill Wood (Adel)
View shows Adel Moor near Scotland Mill Wood. This image was digitised as part of the ‘Future Prospects of Urban Parks’ project, conducted by the University of Leeds in partnership with Leeds City Council, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (grant number: AH/N001788/1)
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|||Adel Bridge (Adel)
|15th February 1935
Adel Bridge at the entrance to Adel Mill Farm on Eccup Lane (formerly Black Hill Road) looking south.
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