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Location - Leeds & District

New Farnley Community Centre and Library, Low Moor Side (Farnley)
Colour image1995. View of New Farnley Community Centre on Low Moor Side, which also houses New Farnley Branch Library.
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New Farnley Community Centre, Low Moor Side (Farnley) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows New Farnley Community Centre which is situated on Low Moor side. The community centre had been built in a corner of the playground of New Farnley School. The school opened in 1847, at this time the community Centre was used as a reading room, but also contained two billiard tables. New Farnley Community Centre is still open today.
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New Farnley Library, interior view (Farnley)
Colour image1995. Interior view of New Farnley Branch Library, situated within New Farnley Community Centre on Low Moor Side.
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New Farnley Post Office and General Store, numbers 2-4 Low Moor Side Lane (Farnley)
Black & White imageApril c1965. Image shows the frontage of New Farnley Post Office and General Store located at numbers 2 to 4 on the north side of Low Moor Side Lane, when at that time the proprietor was Ronnie Murgatroyd. The building, built in coursed gritstone, dates from the late 18th century and is believed to have originally been part of a farm. It is now Grade II listed along with the others in the row. New Farnley Post Office is nowadays housed in a new building at Low Moor Side. The little girl perched on the window sill enjoying an iced lolly is Vanessa Sharp, born in 1961.
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New Farnley Terminus, open roofed demonstration trolley bus (Farnley)
Black & White image1912. View of double decker trolley bus used for demonstration purposes and photographed at the New Farnley Terminus in 1912. It has an open-roof and on the side of the vehicle are painted the words 'R.E.T. (Railless Electric Traction) Construction Co. Ltd., Railless Car, Leeds, London. The New Farnley trolley bus route opened on 20th October 1911 with services running from City Square along Whitehall Road to the New Farnley Terminus. It was the first, along with Bradford to operate a trolley bus service in the United Kingdom.
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