|Comment||The Larkfield’s consist of: Larkfield Road, Avenue, Drive and Crescent.|
This image is a postcard showing in the foreground the unmetalled Larkfield Drive, crossing Batter Lane and looking along Larkfield Crescent towards the chapel at the top of Canada Road.
Donated by Julie Boocock and Ellie Cockcroft.
PU171 – Larkfield Drive, 1932.
Larkfield Drive – 1932
Looking along Larkfield Drive with an unmetalled road.
Donated by Julie Boocock & Ellie Cockcroft.
C449 – Larkfield Avenue, 1960s.
Larkfield Avenue – 1960s
A winter view of Rawdon, seen from ‘High Royd’ House, Larkfield Avenue.
Photograph donated by Val Ryan.
Y41 – Larkfield Road, 2000.
Larkfield Road – 2000
Part of Larkfield Road where once stood Larkfield Mill. New housing has been built and Bryant Homes have large “For sale “ boards on display. On the left hand side is the turning into Keelham Drive.
This is part of the Canada Road development, Canada Drive, Crescent, and Terrace. You can see in the background the Old Methodist Chapel that was and is now two houses..
10 September 2018.
Consolidated by Elaine Ellwood. 04 April 2021.
Last updated: 08 April 2021.