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Location - Leeds & District

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Green Lodge Farm no. 46 Main Street, Scholes, View of an Old Barn (Scholes)
Colour image2000. This view is taken from the main street in Scholes village and shows a very old barn belonging to Green Lodge Farm, 46 Main Street. Stones would have been gathered from the fields to construct the barn, evidenced from the differences in tone and sizes of stone. The gateway on he left gives access to Green Lodge Farm, also known as Cullen's Farm.
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Lodge Bridge (Calverley)
Colour image6th August 2011. View shows swing bridge no. 215 over the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. Also known as Lodge Bridge, it was built solely for the use of the farmer of Lodge Farm to access his fields on the other side of the canal, and it is believed there is no public right of way over it, unlike most of the caal bridges. The bridge is still in place today (2014) and still used by the farmer. It is normally kept in the 'open to canal traffic' position by the farmer and only closed when he needs to cross his fields.
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Lodge Farm from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Colour imageUndated. This watercolour by local artist Fred Swaine, who was a resident of Calverley between 1858 and 1942, depicts Lodge Farm. The building dates from 1690, was designed around an oak tree for Walter Calverley. The carved and polished tree stretches from the hall to the attic. The house was restored by James Margerison in 1880 and there is a huge fireplace in the parlour dated 1881. He was a timber merchant and farmer of 70 acres and appears on the 1881 Census as a widower aged 53 with his two sons Joseph and Samuel, two female servants and a lodger, Christopher G. Wilkinson, Curate of Calverley, (B.A. Cantab). Some of the land belonged to Lodge Farm in Chapel Hill (Town Gate) was used in the construction of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal in the 1770s. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Scholes Methodist Church, Main Street, Scholes (Scholes)
Colour image2000. View of the frontage of Scholes Methodist Church, Main Street, built in 1875 on land given by Thomas Crosland of Scholes Park Farm. Previously, the early Methodists had met for many years in a granary at Green Lodge Farm, now known as Cullen's Farm. The building of this chapel was instigated by Edward Gray of Morwick Hall and there is a badger carved into the stonework of the large window, which is part of the crest of the Gray family.
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