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Search Aspect (Low Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Clifford looking east (Clifford)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking east. Bramham Road comes in from the bottom and curves round to the junction with the High Street. at the triangular shaped junction, the War Memorial is situated and Willow Lane forks off to the left. Albion Street is the next main junction left, off the High Street and parallel with it, red brick houses in St. Edwards' Roman Catholic Church is sited here.
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Aerial View of Clifford Looking north (Clifford) (1 comment)
Colour image1988. Aerial view of Clifford looking north. Willow Lane becomes Clifford Moor Road diagonally off to the left. Albion Street goes towards the right edge from its' junction with the High Street. Boston Road cuts across the top right hand corner and St. Johns' Residential School for the Deaf is towards the top centre. Beyond is the edge of Boston Spa.
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Horsforth Mill, from Butcher Hill (Horsforth)
Colour imageAugust 2012. View shows Horsforth Mill on Low Lane, seen from the Butcher Hill end. Most recently owned by Gamestec Leisure, gaming and amusement machine operators, it was put up for sale in 2012 as Gamestec moved to the Wira Business Park in Horsforth. The mill was originally built in 1903-4 for James Mathers then sold to Lister Brothers worsted spinners in 1927. Gamestec, then the Machine Hire Group, moved here in the 1970s. The four-storey building in the background is the original mill, while in the foreground is a two-storey extension, built after 1954.
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Horsforth Mill, from Cornmill View (Horsforth)
Colour imageAugust 2012. View of Horsforth Mill seen from Cornmill View. Originally built c1903-4 for James Mathers, it became Horsforth's largest textile works, also known as New Mill or Mathers Mill. It was sold to Lister Brothers worsted spinners in 1927. During the Second World War, the manufacture of parachutes took place here, and later lamps and light bulbs, but it closed in the 1960s until being taken over by Gamestec Leisure, gaming and amusement machine operators (then known as the Machine Hire Group) in the 1970s. In 2012 Gamestec put the mill up for sale as they planned to move to the Wira Business Park, leaving it boarded up as seen here.
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Horsforth Mill, from Cornmill View (Horsforth)
Colour imageAugust 2012. View of Horsforth Worsted Spinning Mill on Low Lane, seen here from Cornmill View. The mill which dates from c1903-4 is seen boarded up as its most recent occupiers, Gamestec Leisure, gaming and amusement machine operators, have vacated the premises to move to the Wira Business Park on Ring Road West Park.
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