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Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View of Queensway and Shaw Lane Gardens (Guiseley)
Colour imageUndated. Aerial view showing Queensway going from left to right diagonally across the bottom. The junction with Shaw Lane Gardens is on the left and Shaw Lane Gardens runs horizontally above Queensway from left to right. In the bottom left-hand corner Ruskin Crescent runs from the junction with Queensway to the bottom edge. Church Street branches off Ruskin Crescent to the left edge. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Asquith Avenue, Victoria Road junction, aerial view (Morley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the area around the junction of Asquith Avenue, from the left, and Victoria Road, from the right. Victoria Primary School can be seen in the centre. The unmade road below Asquith Avenue is Nepshaw Lane. Photograph from David Atkinson Archive.
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Asquith Drive, looking towards Nepshaw Lane (Morley)
Colour imageJuly 1965. In the 1960s Morley Council began to develop housing on either side of Asquith Avenue with roads leading through to the Ingles on one side and to Nepshaw Lane as shown here on the other. These small two storey flats on Asquith Drive had just been built when photographed in 1965; with the later building on the Dartmouth Feast Ground the shale roads have been tarmaced now. The mill shown at the bottom of Nepshaw Lane is the Prospect Mill which has now disappeard. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Brigshaw Lane, looking towards Kippax (Kippax)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of Brigshaw Lane looking north towards Kippax.
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Brown Cow, Selby Road (Whitkirk)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Brown Cow Public House in Selby Road. This is the original inn which stood at the junction with Hollyshaw Lane. It was replaced by a new building in later years, built slightly further back from the junction. A Leeds Directory for the year 1932 lists Mawson Movley as Landlord of the Brown Cow and this photograph was once in his possession. The Brown Cow had stabling for 40 horses, and a horse drawn omnibus can be seen waiting outside. Farmers farming the Temple Newsam Estate met here at six monthly intervals, in June and December, to pay their rents when they also partook of a rent dinner. Several people are visible in the image. St. Mary's Church and grave yard are located on the opposite side of Selby Road to the Brown Cow.
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