Bourton-On-Dunsmore Haybales and derelict Farm buildings north of the Village
Bridge over the East Glen River near Lound This bridge is able to carry farm vehicles and walkers: it has been constructed of local dismantled railway lines and sleepers.
|Title||Topcliffe Farm. Poultry farmer in one of Morleys last remaining rural areas. (Thank you Barrats).|
|Photo's author||Steve Partridge User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||25 Dec 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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|Camera model||FUJIFILM / FinePix S5500|
|Exposure time||1/20 s|
|Focal length||5.7 mm|
Topcliffe Farm. Being Christmas Day, I should imagine this poultry farmer has had a recent busy period.
Topcliffe Farm. Poultry farmer in one of Morleys last remaining rural areas. (Thank you Barrats).
Poultry Sheds at Topcliffe. Oddly enough, empty at this time of year!
Topcliffe Lane. This part of Topcliffe Lane is now a mere footpath but I can remember when it was still navigable by car in the 1980s. The chimney to the left is Oak Mills and the one to the right is …
Retail Outlet at Tingley This pet supply and veterinary are situated on the site of the former Tingley gasworks.
96.3 Radio Aire Transmitter - Tingley, Leeds
Carlsberg-Tetley Distribution Warehouse at Tingley. This entire area used to be a vast British Gas depot.
96.3 Radio Aire
Poultry Shed at Topcliffe. Rumour has it that this area may soon be covered by yet another housing estate. More precious urban greenery gone!
Mast at Tingley. The same as 95744
New Industrial Estate at Tingley. Looking towards Dewsbury Road. This used to be the entry drive to a massive British Gas Depot. The buildings to the left now occupyspace that previously housed two ga…
Mast at Tingley. All that's now left of the former Tingley gasworks near Tingley roundabout and a well known landmark.