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Search Aspect (Apperley Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Apperley Bridge Station (Rawdon) (5 comments)
Black & White imagePre 1900. On the Leeds and Bradford Midland Railway line. Opened July 2nd 1846, closed March 22nd 1965. Line up of station staff, including guard with flag (centre). On the road above (Apperley Lane) can be seen the Queens Hotel. Faint spire in centre, Woodhouse Grove School.
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Apperley Lane (Rawdon) (1 comment)
Colour image1989. Stone cottages on Apperley Lane. The road to the right is Princess Street and just off the photograph is the Princess Hotel.
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Apperley Lane, The Queens (Rawdon)
Colour image1st January 2010. View of The Queens public house situated on Apperley Lane at Apperley Bridge. It is seen here as being closed with doors and windows boarded up and an advertisement offering 'Pub Business Opportunity Available To Let'.
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Apperley Lane, The Queens (Rawdon)
Colour image1st January 2010. View of Apperley Lane, Apperley Bridge, showing the Queens public house, which has closed down with doors and windows boarded up and is being offered 'To Let'. Just visible on the far right is Woodhouse Grove Methodist Church.
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Apperley Lane, The Queens (Rawdon)
Colour image1st January 2010. View of Apperley Lane at Apperley Bridge, looking north north-east towards Rawdon. The Queens public house is on the right; this is closed and boarded up and is being advertised as To Let. On the left is the junction with Little Park, which is across the boundary in the Bradford district.
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