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[1]9 Farrer Lane, Oulton (Oulton)
9 Farrer Lane, OultonUndated. View of the west side of number 9 Farrer Lane, one of the earliest surviving buildings in Oulton and dating from the 16th century, or earlier. The building is Grade 2 listed, and is constructed from a timber frame encased in sandstone and brick.
[2]Rothwell Urban District Council (Rothwell)
Rothwell Urban District Council1938-39. Pictured are Rothwell Urban District Council members for the year 1938-39. From left to right: Back row: Cllrs Smart, Armitage, Phillips, Simpson, Edwards, Wilson, Cockayne. Middle row: Cllrs Roberts, Tasker, Jones, Holman, Chilton, Moorhouse, Jackson, Caygill, Horner, Holroyd. Front row: Cllrs Slater, Blackburn, Moorhouse, Newsome, Killingbeck, Hoult, Wilkinson, Hollings.
[3]The Railway Inn, Birstall Lane (Drighlington)
The Railway Inn, Birstall LaneAugust 1969. View shows The Railway, a Tetley's public house which was situated opposite Drighlington and Adwalton Station at the junction of Birstall Lane (right) and Moorside Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[4]Moorside Road, no. 147 (Drighlington)
Moorside Road, no. 147August 1970. View of no. 147 Moorside Road, a private residence in a building that was once the Queens Arms public house. The pub closed in the 1920s and the house is now split into 2 dwellings, with another separate residence at the back. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[5]Cockersdale Arms, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Cockersdale Arms, Whitehall RoadAugust 1969. View shows the Cockersdale Arms, a Webster's public house on Whitehall Road. The pub was formerly known as the Gashouse Tavern and it reverted back to this name in 2005. Originally there were three houses on the right hand side of the pub which were occupied until the 1950s before being demolished. The building has more recently been extended and converted into flats which have retained the name Gashouse Tavern. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[6]Valley Inn, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Valley Inn, Whitehall RoadAugust 1969. View shows the Valley Inn, a Samuel Smith's public house situated on Whitehall Road, beside the junction with Dale Road, just off the picture to the right. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[7]Rev. H. I. Geer, Vicar of Beeston (Beeston)
Rev. H. I. Geer, Vicar of BeestonUndated. View shows Rev. Henry Isaac Geer, the vicar at Beeston St. Mary's Parish Church between 1875 and 1909. Rev. Geer was the incumbent at the time that the present church was built (c1877-1886), replacing an earlier church on the site.
[8]Beeston Wesleyan Cricket Club, team photograph (Beeston)
Beeston Wesleyan Cricket Club, team photographUndated. Team photograph of Beeston Wesleyan Cricket Club, pictured with a trophy, possibly dating from around the early 20th century.
[9]Ruins of Old Vicarage (Rothwell)
Ruins of Old VicarageUndated, Image shows an old fireplace, the only part remaining of Rothwell vicarage, or glebe house, dating back to the fifteenth or sixteenth century. In 1818 the house was deemed unfit for residence and 1834 records show it as being no longer in existence. The area of land is now believed to be part of a garden.
[10]Rothwell Mechanics Institute (Rothwell)
Rothwell Mechanics InstituteUndated. View of the front entrance of Rothwell Mechanics Institute, at the junction of Marsh Street and Smithson Street. Mechanics institutes were educational establishments originally formed to give education to working men, and were often funded by local industrialists. Rothwell institute was built in 1869 and remains in use today as Windmill Youth Centre.
[11]Dales Drive nos. 6 - 8, Dales Way no. 19 (Guiseley)
Dales Drive nos. 6 - 8, Dales Way no. 192nd January 1985. View shows detached houses with large gardens in the Tranmere Park residential area of Guiseley. The photograph is centred on no. 8 Dales Drive, with no. 6 to the right and no. 19 Dales Way on the left.
[12]Home Farmhouse (Oulton)
Home FarmhouseUndated. View of part of Home Farmhouse at 15 Wakefield Road Oulton, showing the small windows it is noted for, and detail of the brickwork. The building dates to the late 17th century.
[13]Ebenezer Chapel (Rothwell)
Ebenezer ChapelUndated. View of the Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel that was situated to the north of Commercial Street, and also know as the Ranters Chapel. It was built in 1818 with voluntary subscriptions after a split with the Wesleyan Chapel. The breakaway group were known locally as 'The Ranters' and called themselves Primitive Methodists. The chapel was demolished around the 1960s.
[14]Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Angel Row, Robin HoodUndated. View shows Angel Row off Wakefield Road, looking west. The Angel Inn is just to the north, on Wakefield Road.
[15]Pawson Street (Robin Hood)
Pawson StreetUndated. Image is thought to be of Pawson Street, off Leeds Road, Robin Hood, looking to the south, and showing a long row of back-to-back terraced houses.
[16]Art Deco House, Leeds Road (Oulton)
Art Deco House, Leeds RoadUndated. Image shows a house on Leeds Road Oulton, built in an 'art deco' style popular in the 1930s. It has since been demolished and modern properties built on the site.
[17]Wood Lane Estate, construction (Rothwell)
Wood Lane Estate, constructionc1950s. Image shows a house under construction on the Wood Lane housing estate, also known as Manor Estate, and built to the east of Wood Lane in the 1950s.
[18]Lofthouse National School (Lofthouse)
Lofthouse National SchoolUndated. View of the bell and foundation stone at Christ Church National School, Lofthouse, built in 1845. It is thought to have been on Wakefield Road (now Leeds Road) in an area now occupied by the M62 motorway.
[19]Home Farmhouse, Wakefield Road (Oulton)
Home Farmhouse, Wakefield RoadUndated. View of Home Farmhouse, at number 15 Wakefield Road, looking west. The building dates to the late seventeenth century, is constructed of sandstone rubble, and is noted for having small windows.
[20]Home Farmhouse, window detail (Oulton)
Home Farmhouse, window detailUndated. Image shows detail of windows and brickwork on Home Farmhouse, at number 15 Wakefield Road. The building is constructed from sandstone rubble, and dates from the late seventeenth century.