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Search Aspect (Thorpe Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view from Tingley roundabout to Thorpe Lane entrance (Tingley) (10 comments)
Black & White imagec1960. Aerial view from Tingley roundabout to Thorpe Lane entrance at Tingley Crossroads. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archives.
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Austhorpe Hall, Austhorpe Lane (Austhorpe) (23 comments)
Black & White image11th January 1950. View of Austhorpe Hall from muddy road across a field towards the house. The wall of the field is dry stone. There is a five barred gate and hedge round the field. The left hand side of the road was shortly to be developed into a row of semi-detached houses.
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Austhorpe Lane, Austhorpe Hall (Austhorpe)
Colour image1973. View of Austhorpe Hall, situated on Austhorpe Lane. This mansion was long the home of the More family, having been built by John More in 1694. It is still standing today (2009) and is now a listed building.
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Austhorpe Lane, Austhorpe Hall (Austhorpe) (3 comments)
Black & White image11th January 1950. View of Austhorpe Hall on Austhorpe Lane surrounded by a low stone wall with large trees in the garden. To the left are farm buildings and a telegraph pole. The brick built house has stone cornering and detailing, a large white door and thirteen tall windows. The far upper window is obscured by ivy. The view is taken from the driveway of no. 121 Austhorpe Lane.
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Austhorpe Lane, Austhorpe Lodge, gatehouse (Austhorpe) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows on the left the gatehouse to Austhorpe Lodge, situated on Austhorpe Lane. On the right a man is herding cattle along the unmade road. Austhorpe Lodge is notable as being the birthplace, in 1724, of the celebrated engineer John Smeaton; it had been built in 1698 by his grandfather, also called John Smeaton, not long after the building of Austhorpe Hall (1694), a little to the north on Austhorpe Lane. Both Austhorpe Lodge and the gatehouse have now been demolished.
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