Whack House Lane

Whack House Lane 1912

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Title Whack House Lane
Date 1912
Location Yeadon
Photo ID M108
Comment An early view of Whack House Lane.
Whack House Lane Undated

I401 – Whack House Lane, Undated.

Whack House Lane – Undated

An image of Whack House Lane with Leafield Woollen Mill on the right hand side.

Donated by Andy Grigg.

Pump House 1936

N20 – Pump House, 1936.

Pump House – 1936

Pumphouse built on Whack House Lane, designed by Chorley, Gribbon and Foggitt of 3 Park Place, Leeds.

Pump House Interior 1936

N21 – Pump House, 1936.

Pump House – 1936

Pump mechanism inside the pumphouse on Whack House Lane.

Syke House, Whack House Lane/New Road Undated

L541 – Syke House, Undated.

Syke House, Whack House Lane/New Road – Undated

Syke House, Yeadon, located at the corner of Whack House Lane and New Road. 

This photo was donated by Rosemary Molinari.

Whack House Lane 1983

Z301 – Whack House Lane, 1983.

Whack House Lane – 1983

The buildings on the left have been replaced with houses, Kirk Lane Mill on the right was the location of the Safe Haven charity furniture warehouse.

Photographer Dennis Court.

Whack House Lane 2000

FB166 – Whack House Lane, 2000.

Whack House Lane – 2000

The garden , kitchen and sitting room of a cottage on Whack House Lane, built in 1898, it was basically a 2 up and 2 down with cellar and attic.

Donated by Edwy Harling.

Whack House Lane 2000

FB167 – Whack House Lane, 2000.

Whack House Lane – 2000

Interior view showing the kitchen and sitting room of the cottage on Whack House Lane, sympathetically renovated with modern facilities installed. A dormer window was put in the attic to create more bedrooms.

Donated By Edwy Harling.

Whack House Lane 2000

FB168 – Whack House Lane, 2000.

Whack House Lane – 2000

The cottage was bought in 1986 for £32,000, after refurbishment it sold in 2003 for £145,000.

Donated by Edwy Harling.

Whack House Lane 2014

I440 – Whack House Lane, 2014.

Whack House Lane – 2014

Old signage for G Denison Grocer has been retained above a window of this property.

Photographer Joanne Coultas.

Whack House Lane 2014

U235 – Whack House Lane, 2014.

Whack House Lane – 2014

The junction of Whack House Lane and Kirk Lane, looking across to a car compound on Kirk Lane “CarMax” used car sales.

Photographer Phil Walker.

Whack House Lane 2014

U236 – Whack House Lane, 2014.

Whack House Lane – 2014

View down Whack House Lane showing where the road narrows as it goes over the old Guiseley, Yeadon & Rawdon Branch line now defunct rail line and a greenway walking route.

Photographer Phil Walker.

Whack House Lane 2014

U237 – Whack House Lane, 2014.

Whack House Lane – 2014

As above.

Whack House Lane 2014

U197 – Whack House Lane, 2014.

Whack House Lane – 2014

This is the old Railway bridge between Whack House Lane and the Westfield area.

Photographer Phil Walker.

Consolidated by Elaine Ellwood. 16 September 2021.
Last updated: 19 September 2021.

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