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Manor Farm Drive off Old Road (Churwell) (1 comment)
Colour imageAugust 1968. Images shows two young girls walking along Manor Farm Drive, from the direction of Old Road. The housing development is built on farmland belonging to Manor Farm. Only the original farmhouse stands today. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Manor House Farm, and a former rhubarb field (Churwell)
Colour imagec1960. Image shows Manor House Farm with a former rhubarb field in the foreground. Snittles Farm and the bridge are just to the right (background). The chimneys visible belong to; to the left, The Brickyard and to the right, Tanhouse Pit. The woodland on the left is part of the Farnley Wood. The field is now the site of the Manor Road Estate and Old Road runs by the farm. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive, taken by W.J. Monger.
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Manor House Farm, Old Road (Churwell) (1 comment)
Black & White imageJuly 1968, View of Manor House Farm, Old Road view of Manor House, Built in 1605. Garden with lawn, flower beds, trees.
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Manor House Farm, Old Road (Churwell)
Colour imageJuly 1968. Image shows Manor House Farm which at one time had a 1605 date stone. Although the house is still standing there are no farm buildings remaining. It is located on Old Road, off Elland Road and was run by Jack Popplewell, grower of forced rhubarb, in the mid 20th century. He achieved fame as a song-writer and playwright. Nowadays, a housing estate occupies the area but the house is still standing. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archives.
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Manor House Farm, Old Road (Churwell) (1 comment)
Colour imageJuly 1968. View of Manor House Farm in Old Road taken from the front garden. The house was originally Jacobean with a 1605 date and it is thought that Oliver Cromwell once stayed there. For many years it was the residence of William Ward, the Colliery owner. Later, in the early 20th century, it became the home of Thomas H. Robinson who was known, fondly, to the locals as 'Old Tall Hat'. Later still, in the mid 20th Century, the nationally known song writer, Jack Popplewell (1909-1997) lived here, leaving in 1957. It was then leased by Harry Gaythorpe from 1959, and purchased in 1979, until 2001. The house is still owned by the Gaythorpe family. Manor House Farm house is a Grade II listed building. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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