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Churwell Railway Station (Churwell)
Black & White imagec1930. Postcard view of Churwell Railway Station taken c1930. The station opened on 18th September 1848 on the Leeds side of the viaduct (the railings of the viaduct are seen, left.) The chimney of the brickworks is visible, left of centre, and Snittles' Farm is in the background. The Right Hon. Herbert Henry Asquith M.P. arrived at Churwell Station on Wednesday 16th October 1895 and was met by Charles Scarth, the Mayor of Morley. The party drove up Churwell Hill in an open carriage for the official opening ceremony of Morley Town Hall. Churwell Station closed on 2nd December 1940. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Churwell Station, Postcard View (Churwell)
Black & White imageUnknown. Postcard view of Churwell Station where a steam locomotive is approaching as people wait on the platform. A lady, wearing a large hat and long skirt, is standing outside the General Waiting Room and there is a big advertisement for Lipton's Tea displayed on the fence. The photograph is taken from the Churwell side of the station and is from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Churwell Station, Stella Mountain and her parents (Churwell) (1 comment)
Colour imagec1926. Image shows a young girl, name of Stella Mountain, with her parents at Churwell Station. There is an illustrated poster on the platform advertising the attractions of Southport. A train is approaching the platform. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Elland Road, boundary and road signs between Churwell, Morley and Leeds (Churwell) (5 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1962. Image shows the boundary and road signs between Churwell, Morley and Leeds situated on Elland Road. A sign warns of the danger of low headroom of 16'6" beneath the bridge. Churwell Station was constructed to the left of the bridge. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Map of Churwell taken from 1849 map by Joshua Thorp (Churwell)
Colour image1849. Map of Churwell taken from an 1849 map of the country extending ten miles around Leeds by Joshua Thorp. Towards the left Lane Side Mill is visible, and towards the top right are Churwell Station and coal pits. In the bottom left-hand corner St. Peter's Church is referred to as Morley New Church. The area of Churwell covers 488 acres and it became part of the Borough of Morley in 1891. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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