SE1937 : Calverley Cutting

near to Calverley, Leeds, Great Britain

Calverley Cutting
Calverley Cutting
Calverley Cutting was created in 1856 by the Thornhill family to replace the old packhorse track through Calverley to Apperley Bridge. This ancient way wound through the woods which the Thornhill family intended to develop with superior villas it therefore had to go despite objections being made at a public meeting. The remains can still be traced in Calverley Woods.

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Wednesday, 9 November, 2005   (more nearby)
Thursday, 10 November, 2005
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