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Search Aspect ( vicarage )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Bramham looking east (Bramham)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Bramham looking east, from the bottomon, New Road is on the left and Low Way is to the right. All Saints' Church stands on the oval shaped green space. To the left of the church is Back Lane and to the right, Vicarage Lane. The old Vicarage House is visible at the centre of the right edge. The cluster of houses at the bottom are in Fine Garth Close, and at the top, Prospect Bank. Touklston Lane is at the top right. The Old Hall can be seen left of centre.
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Brown Lane, St. Edward's Vicarage (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Black & White image2004. View of St. Edward's Vicarage on Brown Lane. St. Edward's Church alongside has been demolished but the vicarage, being a listed building, remains. Built around 1904 and designed by G.F. Bodley, it is now used as a house.
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Calverley Old Vicarage, watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Colour imageUndated. View of Calverley old vicarage from a watercolour by Fred Swaine. The stone for this building was quarried at nearby Salter Garth Quarry. It was re-used when the new vicarage was built on the site in 1886. Fred Swaine was a local artist who lived in Calverley from 1858 until his death in 1942. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Castle Hill from Woodacre Lane (Bardsey)
Colour image23rd March 2008. View from Woodacre Lane looking towards the subtantial, stone-built property, for many years known as Castle Hill. Between 1849 and 1929 this was the vicarage for Bardsey Church. An earlier vicarage occupied a one acre site on Bardsey Hill but it was pronounced as unfit for residence as early as 1818. By 1849 a new, much large plot of land was found, north-east of the church and this large stone vicarage was erected. It was surrounded by 113 acres of glebe land, 60 of which were former common. In 1930 another new vicarage was built north of the church and this building was sold. Castle Hill has been converted to apartments in more recent times. On the left, in the foreground is Callister Hall, used as a venue for various clubs and societies within the village. It was formerly the school and dates from 1726.
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Chesney Terrace, St Silas Vicarage (Hunslet)
Black & White image22nd July 1964. Front view of St. Silas Vicarage on Chesney Terrace. The church of St. Silas was on Goodman Street, but was closed around 1952.
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