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Location - Leeds & District

Bramley, multi-image postcard (Bramley)
Colour imageUndated. Multi-image postcard featuring six different views of Bramley. Two large images show Priesthorpe Road (top) and Town End (bottom) while there are smaller pictures of Houghley Ghyll, Stocks Hill, the Parish Church and Recreation Grounds.
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Farsley, multi-image postcard (Farsley)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard showing five different views of Farsley. The Parish Church is in the centre, while around the outside are two images of Town Street and one each of the Recreation Ground and Priesthorpe Road.
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Priesthorpe Road, footpath to Wadlands (Farsley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the footpath leading to Wadlands Hall, situated off Priesthorpe Road.
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Priesthorpe Road, Jagger's Farm from a pencil sketch by Fred Swaine (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated. Pencil sketch by local artist Fred Swaine, showing Jagger's Farm in Priesthorpe Road, formerly the Sun Inn. The farmer, David Jagger, along with his wife Harriet, daughters Alice, Rachel, Harriet and Elizah, and sons Harold, Joseph, John, William and Allan, is listed on the 1901 Census. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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