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Search Aspect (Ninelands Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Lane looking towards Ninelands Road (Garforth)
Black & White image1903. View of Church Lane looking east towards Ninelands Road (now Ninelands Lane). Behind the wall on the right is St. Mary's Church and churchyard. Two young children can be seen playing in the road on the left hand side.
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Church Lane, Atkinson's Farm (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing buildings at Atkinson's Farm which stood at the junction of Church Lane and Ninelands Lane. The farm has since been demolished and this is now the site of The Podger, a public house.
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Church Lane, looking towards Ninelands Road (Garforth)
Black & White imagec1915? View of Church Lane looking towards Nineland Road (now known as Ninelands Lane but marked on a map dated 1908 as Ninelands Road.) The cottages seen on the left were demolished and Oak Crescent was built on the site. The churchyard of St. Mary's Church is off camera right.
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Nine Lands Lane (Garforth) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows view along Nine Lands Lane looking towards Aberford Road. Nine Lands Primary School would be built in the fields on the left of the image. Visible in the distance on the left is St. Mary's Church.
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Ninelands Lane at the entrance to Hazlewood Avenue, looking north (Garforth)
Colour image1996. View from opposite the entrance to Hazlewood Avenue in Ninelands Lane, looking north towards Bar Lane. At the point where the concrete posts are visible there were once the bridge abuttments supporting the bridge carrying the Garforth-Kippax-Castleford line. Since 1951 there has been no passenger traffic.
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