1: Running left of centre from top to bottom is High Street then Town Street
(Steep) and Kirk Lane. The Town Hall is located in the upper centre, the
Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Burial Ground lie to the right of the Town Hall
with Harper Lane in the upper right corner.
All the vanished yards and streets of old Yeadon are seen in this photo
including those in the Well Lane / Abbey Lane and Chapel Lane areas. In the
lower section on the left is James Ive's Manor Mill to the right are the
Temperance Hall and the Old Dog Mill.
2: At a slight diagonal across the top left corner is the High Street then
Town Street (Steep).
Ivegate is the loop shape joining the High Street in the
top left corner, turning into Harper Lane towards the right.
The Temperance Hall
is just on the left edge above the Old Dog Mill, top centre is the Wesleyan
Methodist Chapel and Burial Ground with Harper Lane to the right.
School is in the top right corner, below the school are the newer houses on
Brooklands Crescent and Drive with Henshaw Lane coming in from the mid right
3: June 27th 1935: Yeadon Town Hall is in the centre of the view, the High Street runs from
the top down to join the Steep (Town Street) at the junction with Ivegate which
is 3/4 way down on the right.
Amongst all the old streets and yards now long
gone landmarks can be picked out, Albert Mill is in the top left corner, Yeadon
Picture House is just above the Town Hall.
The Primitive Methodist Chapel is to
the right of the Town Hall, the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel is in the middle on
the right edge.