Well in Toothill Lane, Rastrick This is marked on the 1850 6" map and is well made, with a stone arch over the trough. This must have been a well-used lane in the 19C, but has been severed by the M62.
Back Charles Street, Waterloo Road, Brighouse With the bottom end of Lightcliffe Road on the right. These houses were built to fill the plot; there were no front gardens, and if roads met at an angle …
|Title||Cote Hill from Ashday Lane, Southowram The farm is on a ridge between two cloughs at the head of the Cromwell valley.|
|Photo's author||Humphrey Bolton User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||20 Nov 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 472|
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Cote Hill from Ashday Lane, Southowram The farm is on a ridge between two cloughs at the head of the Cromwell valley.
Cote Hill, Southowram It is not easy to get a good view of Cote Hill; the photo only shows the top of quite a tall garden wall! The building on the left has some nice stained glass in the top light of…
The lane from Ashday Lane to Cote Hill, Southowram This drops down steeply, and stone setts have been provided for pedestrians. The lane is otherwise overgrown, not used for horses or vehicles.
The upper Cromwell valley, Southowram This photo is taken from Ashday Lane. Across the top middle of the view a public footpath traverses the far side of the valley and goes through Cromwell Wood.
Cutting, Ashday Lane, Southowram Although this looks like a cutting, it is actually heaps of quarry waste on each side, and the retaining walls have been built so that the heaps can be bigger without …
The path to Cromwell Wood, Southowram The mid-20C 6 map shows Cromwell Sewage Tanks Filter Beds and Sludge Bed down in the valley. The green kiosk is likely to be a sewage pumping station to repl…
Footpath at Park Gate East, Southowram This is the path to Cromwell Wood. The small green object is a sewage pumping station. On the left is part of the ruins of Park Gate.
Footpath at Park Gate East, Southowram This path connects Park gate with Cote Hill. It must have been important, as it has been paved with stone setts.
Ruin of Park Gate East, Dark Lane, Southowram The sockets for the floor joists can be seen.
Dark Lane, Southowram Although only the width of a footpath, this was the access to a building called Park Gate, to the right in this view.
Ashday Hall, Southowram This is a Grade II listed house, dated 1738 at the rear but the front (shown in the photo) was altered in the early to mid-19C. The rear, of which only a glimpse is possible fr…
Dark Lane off Church Lane