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Search Aspect (Woodlesford )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Street, Woodlesford (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Church Street in Woodlesford, looking north-east from the junction with Highfield Lane. On the left can be seen the spire of All Saint's Church, and just uphill from it, the Tow Pointers Inn. The view in the centre looks down towards the railway line, River Aire,and the canal, the Aire & Calder Navigation.
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Five views of Woodlesford (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. A postcard depicting five views of Woodlesford: Church Street, Swillington House, Aberford Road, Swillington Bridge and Woodlesford Church.
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Rothwell Vicarage, Woodlesford Lane (Rothwell)
Black & White image1907. View of the Vicarage on Woodlesford Lane, now Park Lane. It was built around 1872, and looked out over Springhead Park, which is now part of the much larger Rothwell Park. In 1962 the building, with new extensions, opened as Springhead Park Approved School for Girls, and in 1973 became a Community Home, before closing in 1986. The building is now used as business premises.
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Springhead Park, formal gardens (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows part of the formal gardens in Springhead Park, off Woodlesford Lane, now named Park Lane. The flower beds formed part of the gardens near the "Fiddle Pond" - so called as it was shaped liked a musical instrument. People can be seen sitting on the benches between the flowers. Springhead Park was originally privately owned, but was taken over by Rothwell Urban District Council in the 1930s.
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St Mary's Roman Catholic Church (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1940. Image shows St Mary's Roman Catholic Church, built in the 1930s. View is taken looking north east with the church being at the junction of Styebank Lane and what was then Woodlesford Lane, now named Park Lane.
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