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[1]Gildersome Pageant (Gildersome)
Gildersome Pageant1934. View shows a group of seven participants at the Gildersome Pageant of 1934, wearing a variety of fancy dress outfits. The words "Morley Comic Jazz Band" are written across one lady's costume but it is not known if all the people pictured were members of this band.
[2]Dunningley Hill Farm, old farmhouse (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Hill Farm, old farmhousec1970s. View shows the old farmhouse of Dunningley Hill Farm, situated on Dunningley Lane. Dunningley was once described as "2 or 3 farmhouses in the township of West Ardsley and the parish of Woodkirk". It is still much the same today. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[3]Dunningley Lane, looking north (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Lane, looking northc1970s. View looking north along Dunningley Lane showing old ruins in the foreground that have since been demolished. Other old buildings further along to the right are still in existence today (2015). Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[4]Dunningley Lane, old cottage (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Lane, old cottagec1970s. View of Dunningley Lane showing an old stone cottage which has a date of 1773 on the lintel. Just visible on the right of the picture is the original farmhouse of Dunningley Hill Farm, dating from the late nineteenth century. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive
[5]Dunningley Lane, old cottage (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Lane, old cottagec1970s. View of Dunningley Lane showing an old stone cottage on the left, which has a date of 1773 on the lintel. Further along to the right is the original farmhouse of Dunningley Hill Farm, dating from the late nineteenth century. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[6]Dunningley Hill Farm, cow sheds (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Hill Farm, cow shedsc1970s. View of cow sheds at Dunningley Hill Farm situated on Dunningley Lane. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[7]Dunningley Hill Farm, farm buildings (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Hill Farm, farm buildingsc1970s. View shows farm buildings at Dunningley Hill Farm on Dunningley Lane. On the right is the rear of the original stone farmhouse, dating from the late nineteenth century. Once described as "2 or 3 farmhouses in the township of West Ardsley and parish of Woodkirk", Dunningley is not that much different today. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[8]Dunningley Hill Farm, farm buildings (West Ardsley)
Dunningley Hill Farm, farm buildingsc1970s. View shows farm buildings at Dunningley Hill Farm, situated at the top of Dunningley Lane off Thorpe Lane. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[9]York Road, nos. 6 - 10, rear (York Road)
York Road, nos. 6 - 10, rearc1932. View shows the rear of nos. 6 - 10 York Road, with wooden and brick sheds and a cobbled yard.
[10]York Road, south side (York Road)
York Road, south sidec1932. View of the south side of York Road showing numbers in descending order from 20 on the left. No. 20 is the premises of A. Heaps, joiner and undertaker. An advertisement for the Princess Cinema on Pontefract Lane is seen on the wall; the films on show are "Frisco Jenny" starring Ruth Chatterton, and "They Just Had To Get Married" with Slim Summerville and Zasu Pitts, both of which came out in 1932.
[11]York Road, nos. 29 - 31 (York Road)
York Road, nos. 29 - 31c1932. View of York Road showing nos. 29 (left) and 31, situated between the junctions with Bread Street on the left and Apple Street on the right.
[12]Vincent Street, nos. 1 - 15 (York Road)
Vincent Street, nos. 1 - 15c1932. View of terraced houses on the east side of Vincent Street, in descending order from no. 15 on the right, where three women are seen by the door. Vincent Street was situated off York Road, just off the picture to the right. The houses were demolished around the late 1930s.
[13]Shaw Street, from Shannon Street (York Road)
Shaw Street, from Shannon Streetc1932. View of terraced houses on the east side of Shaw Street, seen from the junction with Shannon Street. Nos. 37 and 39 Shannon Street face forwards towards the right with a washing line hung across the front between the two houses. Elm Street is just visible on the far right.
[14]Shaw Street, nos. 2 - 6 (York Road)
Shaw Street, nos. 2 - 6c1932. View of Shaw Street showing terraced houses numbered (from left) 6 to 2. A woman and two small children are on the doorstep of no. 6 while another woman stands in the doorway of no. 4. A brick wall on the right has an entrance which leads through to Sunderland Place.
[15]St. Ann's Square, nos. 29 - 32 (York Road)
St. Annc1932. View shows St. Ann's Square, located off Shannon Street. The view looks north and shows properties numbered (from left) 29 to 32. No. 29 is the premises of Joseph Rhodes, carting contractor.
[16]Rodney Street, looking west (York Road)
Rodney Street, looking westc1932. Image shows terraced housing on Rodney Street, situated off the south side of York Road. The view is looking west and shows the even-numbered side.
[17]Joy's Fold, looking north-east (York Road) (1 comment)
Joyc1932. View shows a garage and store on Joy's Fold which continues up the left hand side of the photograph. Burrell Terrace is on the right.
[18]Edgar Street, from Great Garden Street (Burmantofts)
Edgar Street, from Great Garden Streetc1932. View of Edgar Street, which ran between York Road and Great Garden Street, seen here from the Great Garden Street end. Windsor Street is just visible on the left.
[19]Burrell Terrace, from Shannon Street (York Road)
Burrell Terrace, from Shannon Streetc1932. View of Burrell Terrace seen from the junction with Shannon Street. Terraced houses numbered 1 - 5 are visible. These are back-to-backs with houses on St. Ann's Square which is seen on the far right.
[20]Apple Street, from Great Garden Street (Burmantofts)
Apple Street, from Great Garden Streetc1932. View of terraced houses on Apple Street, seen from the junction with Great Garden Street. Numbers run in descending order from 42 on the left. The street runs towards York Road, off the picture to the right. The houses were demolished around the late 1930s.