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Adel Dam (Adel)
c1967. View of wooden bridge and stone bridge. Bushes and wild flowers can also be seen.
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Adel Dam (Adel)
c1967. View across the water. House and trees visible in the background.
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Aerial View of Clifford Looking east (Clifford) (1 comment)
1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking east showing St. Edwards' Roman Catholic Church in the centre. The road streching across, then diagonally up to the right is the High Street. Springfield curves round in front of the Church and Lea Croft and Mill Dam are the two roads radiating out from Springfield. Clifford County Primary School can be seen above the Church. Part of boston Spa is at the top edge.
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Aerial view of Clifford looking east (Clifford)
1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking east. The High Street cuts down vertically and St. Edwards' Roman Catholic Church can be seen at the junction with Chapel Lane. Curving round to the right off the High Street is Springfield. Roads from Springfield are Lea Croft and Mill Dam. The trees at the top follow the line of Firgreen Beck which eventually becomes Carr Beck next to the marsh land, where the clump of trees are visible at the right edge.
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Aerial View, Kirkgate Market, Fire Damage (City Centre) (17 comments)
14th December 1975 Aerial view looking across the destruction caused by a fire in Kirkgate Market, seen in the direction of the Eastgate roundabout. Around 4 acres of the site was destroyed in a blaze which took 110 fireman two hours to control. Most of the 1857 section of the market was destroyed although the 1904 frontage onto Vicar Lane was saved. This section, containing Butchers Row, seen to the left, reopened on Tuesday 16th December. Many of the other stalls found temporary locations in the Corn Exchange, and the George Street and Harewood Street Car Parks. A visit from Prince Charles on the 17th boosted the morale of stall holders hit by the fire.
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