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Search Aspect (Moseley Wood )
Location - Leeds & District

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Moseley Wood (Cookridge)
Black & White image1920. View looking north along the central path. In the 17th century a Mr Kirk, the owner of Cookridge Hall and Woodland laid out a geometric pattern of 12 paths, which radiated through the woods from a central point. They were intersected with other paths, leading to varying walks and view points through the woods.
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Moseley Wood (Cookridge)
Black & White image1920. View looking south along the main path. In the 17th century a series of woodland paths were laid out by the then owner of Cookridge Hall, a Mr. Kirk. The main 12 paths radiated from a central point, with others branching off to form varying walks.
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Moseley Wood Lane (Cookridge) (1 comment)
Black & White image27th January 1956. Showing one of the gardens on Moseley Wood Lane. Snow is on the ground, and a wooden fence is visible. The back end of a car can be seen parked on the driveway and the gates are open. Houses can be seen in the background.
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Moseley Wood Lane (Cookridge)
Black & White image27th January 1956. Showing semi-detached houses on Moseley Wood Lane. There is a wooden fence around one of the gardens, and a stone walls runs in front of them all. Snow is on the ground. Trees are visible.
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Moseley Wood Lane (Cookridge)
Black & White image27th January 1956. View of semi-detached houses on Moseley Wood Lane.
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