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Search Aspect ( watercolour )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burden Head Farm, watercolour painting (Eccup)
Colour image1956. Watercolour painting by Joe Tunnington depicting Burden Head Farm. It was painted in 1956 but shows the farm with the position of the windows prior to later alterations. The farm is owned by the Harewood Estate and was used as a location by Yorkshire Television in the long running soap, Emmerdale. A new access road was built through the farm to the village location for the use of the T.V. crew. Burden Head Farm is located on Eccup Lane.
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King Lane Farm, watercolour painting (Alwoodley)
Colour imageUndated. Watercolour painting of King Lane Farm by Joe Tunnington. The solicitor, J.H. Milner purchased the King Lane Farm Estate from the Lane Fox family in 1918 and formed the Alwoodley Park Estate Association in order to develop affordable housing. 207 plots were offered for sale in 1921, at 1 shilling per yard, varying in size between 1,260 and 8,000 square yards. It was one of the earliest lots to be sold and was purchased by a Mr. Ward. The lot included a separate cottage and a large barn(which at that time was rented by cabinet maker George Gill.) Water was originally provided by a well. King Lane Farm still stands near the junction of Stairfoot Lane, adjacent to Headingley Golf course.
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Kirkstall Abbey, church, watercolour (Kirkstall)
Colour image1773. Watercolour of Kirkstall Abbey church from the north east by Moses Griffith (1747-1819). At the time of the painting in 1773 the tower was still intact but part of it collapsed in 1779. The painting is so detailed it shows the piscina inside the presbytery.
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Kirkstall Abbey, church, watercolour (Kirkstall)
Colour image1773. Watercolour of Kirkstall Abbey church from the north west by Moses Griffith (1747-1819). At the time of the painting in 1773 the tower was still intact but part of it collapsed in 1779.
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Kirkstall Abbey, entrance to laybrothers' lane (Kirkstall)
Colour imageUndated. Watercolour showing the entrance to the laybrothers' lane at Kirkstall Abbey by J.N.Rhodes (1809-1842). The arch is almost completely covered by the vegetation.
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