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Netherfield Road

Netherfield Road 2005

Title Netherfield Road
Date 2005
Location Guiseley
Photo ID FB128
Comment A snowy view of Netherfield Road, Abraham Moon’s Mill is on the right. Photographer Joanne Coultas.
Netherfield Road 2010

X297 – Netherfield Road, 2010.

Netherfield Road – 2010

New housing built adjacent to the site of the Crompton Parkinson works.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Netherfield Road 2004/2010

B923 – Netherfield Road, 2004/2010.

Netherfield Road – 2004/2010

Oxford Road garage about to be demolished (2004) for the building of Hornbeam Court (2010), a McCarthy & Stone development located at the junction of Netherfield Road with Oxford Road.

Netherfield Road 2004/2010

B923A – Netherfield Road, 2004/2010.

Netherfield Road – 2004/2010

As above – same view 2010.

Netherfield Road 2006/2010

D590 – Netherfield Road, 2006/2010.

Netherfield Road – 2006/2010

Three photos showing the same view over time on Netherfield Road.

Netherfield Road 2006/2010

D590A – Netherfield Road, 2006/2010.

Netherfield Road – 2006/2010

As above – same view 2010.

Netherfield Road 2006/2010

D591 – Netherfield Road, 2006/2010.

Netherfield Road – 2006/2010

As above, and yes it is the same tree!!

Netherfield Road 2012

FB206 – Netherfield Road, 2012.

Netherfield Road – 2012

Formerly the property of Carter and Parker, manufacturers of “Wendy Wools” on Netherfield Road, the site is now owned by Thomas B Ramsden Group (June 2013).

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Netherfield Road 2012

FB207 – Netherfield Road, 2012.

Netherfield Road – 2012

A poignant remnant of the past, a wrought iron gate which bears the initials of Carter and Parker who owned this factory site on Netherfield Road.
In addition to the initials “C P” the gate has the company product name “Wendy Wools” on it.
It is said that a child belonging to one of the company founders adored the story of Peter Pan and suggested the name “Wendy Wools” in honour of the heroine of J M Barrie’s book.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Netherfield Road 2012

FB208 – Netherfield Road, 2012.

Netherfield Road – 2012

Factory building on Netherfield Road which had been part of the “Wendy Wools” site owned by Carter and Parker.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Netherfield Road 2015

M297 – Netherfield Road, 2015.

Netherfield Road – 2015

Looking across Netherfield Road to on the left Greenshaw Terrace and to the right Branwell Avenue which is part of a new development.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Netherfield Road 2015

S163- Netherfield Road, 2015.

Netherfield Road – 2015

Seen from Netherfield Road, these are the original gates and entrance to Carter & Parker Wendy Wools mill.

Netherfield Road 2015

S161 – Netherfield Road, 2015.

Netherfield Road – 2015

The former Carter & Parker “Wendy Wools” mill seen from Netherfield Road with one of the few remaining mill chimneys in the area.

Part of the mill is used by Chequered Flag Karting (March 2016).

Photographer Phil Walker.

Consolidated by Linda Plonka. 08 March 2022.
Last updated: 25 March 2022.

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