Aireborough Historical Society

Aerial View 1900

Aerial View of Guiseley
Aerial View of Guiseley. c1900Aerial View of Guiseley. c1900
Aerial View
Date c1900
Location Guiseley
Photo ID
AA23 + AA025A & AA028
Top: Otley Road runs from the bottom left, the view is looking towards Yeadon and Rawdon.
The dominant building is Nunroyd Mill, business of Jonathan Peate & Co, Ghyll Royd has not yet been built which dates this image Circa 1900.
A section of the Leeds-Ilkley railway line can be seen in the bottom right corner, fields still exist where houses now stand (May 2013).

Middle: View over Guiseley, Park Road runs from bottom right diagonally to the middle left.

Bottom: This photo was taken from the chimney of Greenbottom Mill.
It shows the Green with Springhead Mill in the mid section, the Leeds-Ilkley railway line is in the bottom left corner.
Guiseley Town Hall is in the bottom right corner, moving up from the Town Hall are Belle Vue Terrace, Green Terrace and Grove Terrace, then the National School (St Oswalds C of E School).


The houses in the bottom left hand corner behind the Commercial are where my Aunt and Uncle and cousin Phyllis used to live and the field adjoining is where the feast was heald in the thirties
09 March 2014
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