Aireborough Historical Society

Cemetery Road

Cemetery Road

Title
Cemetery Road
Date As Shown
Location Yeadon
Photo ID
C102 + E485
Comment
A snowy view of Cemetery Road.
 
 
 
 
Cottages on Cemetery Road with Carlton Grange on the left.
 
N428

Two images of Cemetery Road both undated but taken perhaps 100 years apart, a view of Yeadon which is still recognisable.

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November 29th 2015: The following photos and text were donated by Kelly Chadwick :

Storm Clodagh rushed across the country on 29th November 015 causing damage to buildings and property whilst also disrupting landings at the Airport.

     This tree had been previously noted as unstable by the residents of Cemetery Lodge as well as Damfield Farm and finally fell victim to the wind during the storm.

    It caused considerable damage to the two vehicles parked at Damfield Farm but luckily not to the building and was later chopped up and partially removed by the Council - lots of the wood was thrown into the adjacent allotments.

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R330
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R426

Undated: The "Wild Duck" public house which closed around 1900 was located here at number 7 which  was  the house with the bay window.

This window has been replaced since the photo was taken.

Donated by Howard German

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T305

Undated: Looking from the High Street down Cemetery Road, on the left is Albert Square, to the right is the Albert Inn.

 

llamedos
llamedos
your photo of a snowy view of Cemetery Rd looks more like Bayton Lane from the Horsforth end looking towards Yeadon.
26 May 2016
Peel175
Peel175
Yes, I agree with llamedos, it is Bayton Lane.
27 May 2016
Robert Davey
Robert Davey
The third chimney back, on the left hand side, is mostly likely on Number 1 Hudson Terrace, my Maternal Grandparents house. Opposite it, on the right hand side of Cemetery Road, can be seen a part of John E. Moores works.
16 March 2018
jean dean
jean dean
The picture N428 Cemetery Road, the Off-License on the left hand side was built
17 March 2018
jean dean
jean dean
The Off-Licence shop on the left hand side was built with the stone from the pub the Pick and Hammer at Carlton, which was demolished in 1883, so this gives an idea of the date of the picture. I think that the pub got the name of Pick and Hammer from the building of the railway tunnel at Bramhope, and it did become rather rowdy, and it closed after a few warnings.
17 March 2018
tony brayshaw
tony brayshaw
R427/426
This house in the middle was a shop during the war years & was owned by Nancy Hargreaves which sold food & other household goods when she could get them from the suppliers!! her husband's name was Fred Hargreaves & they had a son called Tommy who I understand became a Medical Consultant in London.
The little cottage on the left was where the Taylors lived Eric taylor married Fred Browns daughter from the farm opposite the yeadon cemetery
Kind Regards Tony brayshaw From Carlton Grange
28 June 2018
Peel175
Peel175
Wasn’t the house shown with the bay window a cafe at some time?
10 August 2018
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