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Search Aspect (Bridge Farm )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bridge Farm on the River Wharfe (Thorp Arch)
Black & White imageUndated View of Bridge Farm located close to Thorparch Bridge on the North Bank of the River Wharfe. It overlooks the site of the ancient ford and, because of its position, was liable to become flooded. It is uncertain whether Bridge Farm originated as a farmhouse because it is a long narrow building with many bedrooms on the first floor. This suggests that it may have been a lodging house for travellers particularly in view of its close proximity to the ford. The pitch of the roof slopes steeply on the south facing side of the building.
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Wykebridge Farm (Killingbeck)
Black & White image1936, Farmhouse dating from 15th/16th centuries. It was demolished in 1948. This farm was originally called White Bridge Farm but is sometimes also known as Wykebeck Farm.
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Wykebridge Farm (Killingbeck)
Black & White image21st February 1945. Picture shows the small stone outbuilding on Wykebridge Farm. Trees are visible to the left.
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Wykebridge Farm (Killingbeck)
Black & White image21st February 1945. Picture shows the farmyard with stone built stables on Wykebridge Farm. (This farm was also sometimes known as Wykebeck Farm). Outbuildings are also visible to the left of the photo. A basket is visible in the foreground. Hay, mud and debris on ground. Housing on the Sutton estate are visible in the background.
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Wykebridge Farm (Killingbeck) (5 comments)
Black & White image21st February 1945. Picture shows the farmyard and stone built stables on Wykebridge Farm (also known as Wykebeck Farm). Piles of hay and mud can be seen to the left. Houses on the Sutton estate are visible in the background an the railway embankment can be seen above the roof of the barn.
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