Haworth Lane

Haworth Lane Undated
Title Haworth Lane
Date Undated
Location Yeadon
Photo ID E382
Comment The caption with this image claims that this cottage was the oldest in Yeadon, a date stone above the door has an inscription for 1699. Photographer’s James Farrar, donated by his son David and Charles Lideard, donated by his daughter Christine Hogg.
Haworth Lane Undated

I343 – Haworth Lane, Undated.

Haworth Lane – Undated

Another view of the 1699 cottage.

Haworth Lane Undated

I344 – Haworth Lane, Undated.

Haworth Lane – Undated

A close up view of the 1699 inscription above the cottage doorway.

Haworth Lane 1960s

J060 – Haworth Lane, 1960s.

Haworth Lane – 1960s

Two images of Haworth Lane which show the fronts and backs of the properties.

Haworth Lane 1960s

J061 – Haworth Lane 1960s.

Haworth Lane – 1960s

And the rear of the properties.

Haworth Lane Undated

L305 – Haworth Lane, Undated.

Haworth Lane – Undated

This is thought to be Haworth Lane, the pale coloured building just left of centre is the Tut & Shive (Formerly the Robin Hood) Hotel.

To the right the roof of the Temperance Hall is above the houses and beyond is the chimney of Manor Mill. In the middle of the horizon is a gasometer, located at the gasworks on New Road (A65) and the tower of St Johns Church.

Haworth Lane 2015

U114 – Haworth Lane, 2015.

Haworth Lane – 2015

Image shows the end of houses on Haworth Lane, the grassed area was the site of North Yard, to the left is the old Church Institute, now apartments (June 2016)

Photographer Phil Walker.

Haworth Lane 2015

U115 – Haworth Lane, 2015.

Haworth Lane – 2015

On the left is the old Church Institute, the houses are on Haworth Lane, North Yard occupied the grassed area.

Photographer Phil Walker.

Previous Comments:

Re L305
Peter Brittle
The building at the foot of Haworth Lane which partially obscures the Robin Hood pub was my parent’s (E & S Brittle) Bakers and Confectioners shop, which faced onto The Green, from the mid 1950’s until these properties were pulled down for redevelopment. I well remember walking up and down the lane on a regular basis.
09 December 2017.

Re 382
Watkinson
We always called it the Manor House which was divided into 3 houses on Manor Terrace dated 1699. All my brothers & sisters & myself were born their
10 December 2017.

Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 22 August 2021.
Last Updated: 22 August 2021.

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