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Mons Mill is in the centre of the picture.

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Gorpley Waterworks under construction. It was finally opened in 1905. The work was completed by Benjamin Lumb, the local builder. In this view, the workmen's encampment can be seen beyond the half-constructed filter beds

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Slide 1 - Hazlewood, the old baronial residence of the Vavasours, lies three miles west of Tadcaster in a well wooded park. Domesday Book is the first record of the existence of Hazlewood. It was then a thickly wooded manor, whose sylvan character is…

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Probably built in the 18th century Lower Saltonstall is a traditional stone built house with a stone roof.

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Ted described the Pennine sheep that he remembered as 'the sluttiest sheep in England'.

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Ted described the Pennine sheep that he remembered as 'the sluttiest sheep in England'.

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Looking towards Blackshaw Head. The bungalow is on the site of the former Broadstone Chapel.
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