Pudding Lane :: Shared Description
Pudding Lane was an ancient route between Godley and Mottram. The western end leaves the present Mottram Road opposite Longlands Lodge. The Eastern end has been submerged into the Hattersley housing estate. Sundial Cottage, dated 1697, on Pudding Lane had a stone sundial on its front. Although a listed building, it was badly vandalised and eventually demolished. Only the names of two terraces, Sundial Walk and Sundial Close on the Hattersley estate now commemorate the site. Link
From 2012 an estate of new houses was built on the site of the former Harehills Primary School and a new road, Viners Way was built through a former wooded clough making a new connection to Mottram Road.
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Created: Sat, 15 May 2010, Updated: Tue, 28 Jan 2014
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