1: A horse and cart is travelling towards Henshaw Lane, the shop units are now occupied by JB Meays butchers.
To the left of the shop the edge of Dinsdale Buildings can be seen.
Lane at the junction with Esholt Sprint.
view is of the bottom of Gill Lane.
with men posing round a stile and gate.
5: 6: 7: 8: 9: "On Gill Lane about 100 yards before the railway bridge a path goes off to
In recent years the area near the path has been used as a parking
area for Walker's cars and the surface has been worn down revealing what I think
is the junction of 2 pack horse routes
If you go down the path to the right you soon cross a stone beam
At the far side of the bridge is again what I think is the remains of
the pack horse route to the right.
The flags of the route continue down the right hand side of Gill Lane
almost to the railway bridge.
As you will know there were 3 mills on Gill Lane, 2 corn and 1
I suggest the route down Gill Lane connected the mills to the river at
Apperley Bridge and even over it.
The other joined Coach Road or even preceded