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Henshaw Lane (3)

Henshaw Lane 1969

Title Henshaw Lane
Date 1969
Location Yeadon
Photo ID PU095C
Comment Here we see the demolition workers removing the tons of stone and debris in convoys of vehicles.
Henshaw Lane 1969

L355 – Henshaw Lane, 1969.

Henshaw Lane – 1969

In this view, the bridge has gone and again looks towards New Road Side, but this time the bridge has been demolished.

Henshaw Lane 1978

B145 – Henshaw Lane, 1978.

Hensahw Lane – 1978

Looking up Henshaw Lane in the direction of Harper Lane, after the railway bridge had been demolished. The stone buttresses which had supported the bridge can be seen on either side of the road, they are still in situ. Henshaw Avenue runs to the right behind the bus shelter.

Henshaw Lane 1983

X307 – Henshaw Lane, 1983.

Henshaw Lane – 1983

Looking up to the very top of Henshaw Lane to the junction with Harper Lane. In the centre are Lane-Fox Court apartments, on the bottom right edge is the corner with Brooklands Crescent.

Photographer Dennis Court.

Henshaw Lane 1983

X316 – Henshaw Lane, 1983.

Henshaw Lane – 1983

The junction of Gill Lane with Henshaw Lane which is to the left, the building on Gill Lane was then used by Air Heating, now part of Economy Spares. This was once the old Church of England School for the nearby St. John’s Church.

Photographer Dennis Court.

Henshaw Lane 1986

FBA144 – Henshaw Lane, 1986.

Henshaw Lane – 1986

A view of Henshaw Lane seen from just below the junction with Ivegate / Well Hill / Harper Lane, on the right edge snow has covered the parking area of Bancroft Works.

Henshaw Lane 2000

H444 – Henshaw Lane, 2000.

Henshaw Lane – 2000

A view of the bottom end of Henshaw Lane, on the left premises of Volvo Penta engine manufacturers.

Henshaw Lane Undated

K452 – Henshaw Lane, Undated.

Henshaw Lane – Undated

The bottom of Henshaw Lane meeting New Road Side. The road to the left leads to Guiseley and to the right, Rawdon.

Henshaw Lane Undated

K453 – Henshaw Lane, Undated.

Henshaw Lane – Undated

The bottom of Henshgaw Lane looking up to where the bridge once stood.

Henshaw Lane 2012

D547 – Henshaw Lane, 2012.

Henshaw Lane – 2012

April 2012 – Henshaw Lane looking towards New Road Side (A65) On the right is the junction with Gill Lane. The building at the corner here was once a Church of England school, it is now used by a car parts business.

Photographer Carlo Harrison.

Henshaw Lane c1900

A017 – Henshaw Lane, c1900.

Editor’s Note: These two images taken 112 years apart – JB. 25 Aug 23.

Henshaw Lane 2014

L050 – Henshaw Lane, 2014.

Henshaw Lane – 2014

The old plumbers shop (Greaves?) – at Christmas time the shop window would be decorated with a wonderful tableau which was lit at night. It was a beacon of light at a time (1970s/80s) before the outdoor decorations people display now were fashionable.

Photographer John Arundel.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 19 May 2021.
Last updated: 25 August 2023 – Photo ID: X316, K452, K453, A017 & L050. 11 December 2022 – All images updated.

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