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Carlton Landmarks

Bull Stone

Ancient stone which is situated on Carlton Moor. There are various theories about this monolith, could it be a Roman milestone as it stands in near proximity to the Roman Road?

Carlton Home Farm – 1924 Onwards

The donor of these photos, Kathryn Sutton told us her aunt Mildred thought they were taken in 1924 & 1947 on record as one of the worst winters but Kathryn thinks …

Carlton Lane

This rural scene was captured on a glass slide by E E Slater, the image has been digitally transferred by John Hobson.

Greengates Farm

Greengates Farm is situated on Otley Old Road, it is Greengates Cattery. During the 1939-45 War, a light anti-aircraft battery was sited there.

Hall Farm

In the foreground pigs are foraging in the field, front view of the farmhouse.

Novia Farm

Novia Farm Carlton, one notable resident was Hannah Green, the ‘Ling Bob’ Witch.

Old Bar House

This property was demolished in the late 1920s, it had stood at the junction of the Otley/Leeds Road and Harrogate Road.

St. Bartholomew’s Church

This small church was originally built as a school and schoolhouse, it is now a private house.

The Lodge

Situated in East Carlton, this house was designed by architects Chorley, Gribbon and Foggitt of 3 Park Place Leeds.