1: In the top left is Woodleigh Hall, then being used as a nurses home.
right is Rawdon Baptist Training College situated on Woodlands Drive.
In 1983 it
was converted into 7 apartments and is now called Larchwood (February 2013).
In the central oval
is the Emmotts Arms on Town Street, this public house was built in 1780 and
named after the Emmotts who were a prominent Rawdon family.
Bottom left Woodlands Convalescent Home, later Woodlands Hospital then
bottom right is the Wishing Gate in Cragg Wood.
2 & 3: In
the upper left corner is Micklefield House, to the right the Baptist Ministerial
Training College. Bottom left is a view of Micklefield Lane with Buckstone Hall
(sometimes called the Castle) on the right.
The centre scene shows the Wishing
Gate in Cragg Wood.
The postcard was sent to A E Fowler, Pocklington with the message
"Hear you are
still the early bird, so sending you a card to pick up for
you are all getting on alright. L"
local scenes appear on this tinted postcard, in the top left corner is Buckstone
Hall or "The Castle", next Woodleigh Drive then Buckstone Rock on the right.
Bottom left is the Baptist Ministerial Training College, next, Billing Woods and
Over Lane on the right.
In the centre is St Peters Church on Town Street.
postcard with views of Rawdon, top left is Woodlands Convalecent Hospital, next
an interior view of St Peters Church and to the right a corner of Micklefield
Lane. Bottom right looks as if it is another Micklefield Lane scene, then the churchyard at
St Peters with an image of Low Green on the left.
At the bottom is the Primitive
Methodist Chapel on Harrogate Road with Rawdon Littlemoor School on the