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Search Aspect (Farnley Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

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Farnley Hall Barn Interior (Farnley)
Black & White image30th March 1950. Interior of old barn at Farnley Hall showing timber structure. There are various items of agricultural machinery and tools. Also barrels, a ladder and a pile of wooden crates. The wooden door is to the right of the photograph.
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Farnley Hall Courtyard (Farnley)
Black & White image30th March 1950. Exterior view of courtyard of Farnley Hall. View of buildings surrounding cobbled yard. Note plaque on gable and climbing plants trained against central brick wall.
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Farnley Hall Park (Farnley)
Colour image2005. View of footpaths meandering through Farnley Hall Park part of the Estate which, from the late 15th Century belonged to the Danby family. It is now owned by Leeds City Council and is classed as a 'remnant of Historic Parkland' and a 'Leeds Nature Area'. There is a vehicle and pedestrian access from Back Lane and Pedestrian access from Lawns Lane.
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Farnley Hall, Aerial View, Looking North-East (Otley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Home of the Fawkes family. The older part dates from the 16th or early 17th century and much restoration and alteration has taken place since, with a new wing by architect John Carr added in the late 17th century. J.M.W. Turner, painter, frequently visited his patron, Walter Fawkes and painted in the area.
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Farnley Hall, barn interior (Farnley)
Black & White image30th March 1950. Interior of old barn at Farnley Hall showing timber structure and corrugated iron roof. There are various items of agricultural machinery and tools.
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