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Location - Leeds & District

Leeds Road, roundabout, showing The Nookin (Oulton) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a roundabout connecting Rothwell Lane, to the left, Leeds Road ahead and Calverley Road and the A642 off the picture to the right. In the centre of the picture is an old Tudor-style house, now a listed building, known as The Nookin, dating back to at least 1611 and probably before.
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Leeds Road, The Nookin (Oulton)
Black & White image1917. Leeds Road, Oulton taken from what was then the gateway to Oulton Hall. Two boys stand in the road with the view of ' The Nookin ' visable behind them. The date on the beam of this old house states 1611 though it is thought to have been built much earlier.
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Leeds Road, The Nookin (Oulton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing the front of The Nookin, an old listed building on Leeds Road. A date of 1611 is given on the house but that is thought to be a date of restoration as the building itself is believed to be at least a century older.
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Leeds Road, The Nookin (Oulton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Nookin on Leeds Road, on old Tudor-style house featuring a beam inscribed with the date 1611; this is believed to be a date of restoration, with the original date of the building possibly going back a century earlier. It is now a listed building. Taken around the late 19th century with two women wearing clothing from that period standing in the garden.
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Leeds Road, The Nookin (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of The Nookin on Leeds Road, a listed building believed to date from long before 1611, the date inscribed on a beam which it is assumed refers to a restoration. Taken probably around the late 19th century, with two women dressed in costume of the period standing outside.
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