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Search Aspect (Tingley Station )
Location - Leeds & District

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Five views of Tingley, postcard (Tingley)
Colour imageC 1920s. This 1920s postcard shows five views of Tingley. Top left is Bradford Road taken from Blackgates Infants' School looking towards Tingley Roundabout. Top right is the Zion Primitive Methodist Church which was on Chapel Street, close to Gomersall's pop works. Bottom left is Tingley Station just on the Ardsley side of Leeds - Dewsbury Road near the railway bridge. Bottom right is Topcliffe Colliery which closed in 1931 and was on the site of Tingley gasworks. The centre image is of St. Mary's Church, Woodkirk, situated off the Leeds - Dewsbury Road near the Cardigan Arms. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Station (Tingley)
Black & White image1920s. View of Tingley Station in the 1920s. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Station looking towards Ardsley (Tingley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Tingley Station looking towards Ardsley. An advert for Cowsbrough Ales is shown on the platform. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Station looking towards Morley. (Tingley)
Black & White image1900. View of Tingley Station showing passengers on the platform and railway platelayers on the track. The GNR line opened on 8th September, 1858 and in it's heyday 50 trains a day passed through the station in each direction. Routes diverged for Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield and Batley and also local pits. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Tingley Station (West Ardsley)
Black & White imagec1930s. View of Tingley Station showing empty platforms and no trains in view. The G.N.R. line opened on 8th September 1858 and Tingley Station became very busy with as many as 50 trains daily passing through from either direction. Here the lines diverged for Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield, Batley and the large pits in the area. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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