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Search Aspect (Thorner )
Location - Leeds & District

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Main Street, Nos.82-88 (Thorner)
Colour imageUndated View looking down Main Street towards the beck and the junction with Westfield Lane. Houses numbered, from right, 82 to 88 can be seen.
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Main Street, Thorner (Thorner) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a small group of children, some posing for the camera, on Main Street, Thorner, looking north-east towards St Peter's Church. The railway line can be seen crossing over the road, and to the right of the church, the Manor House is just visible.
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Milner Lane at the junction with Thorner Lane, old milestone (Thorner) (2 comments)
Black & White image16th June 1908. View of an old milestone located at the junction of Milner Lane with Thorner Lane near Scarcroft Hill. The shape of a hand is carved into the stone and the distances are marked as Wetherby 4 miles, Leeds 5 miles.
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Railway Station, Thorner (Thorner)
Black & White imageUndated. View of station buildings and footbridge at Thorner Station, looking north. The station was situated to the north of Thorner Village, on the LNER Leeds & Wetherby line. The station opened in 1876 and closed in early 1964.
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Thorner Fish Pond (Thorner) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Early twentieth century image showing a body of water surrounded by a pathway and seating, entitled @Boating Lake'. On the right is a one storey brick out building possibly toilets or some sort of pavillion. It is thought to be Thorner fish pond, situated on the footpath from Wetherby Road which crosses over the fields to Thorner village. It was formed by damming Scarcroft Beck and had a sluice gate that provided a head of water to Scarcroft Mill. Evidence of this can still be seen today. Nowadays, however, the area is overgrown but can still be walked around.
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