Barwick-in-Elmet Historical Society
Sounds and Picture Gallery
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The Sounds of Barwick-in-Elmet
Then and Now - a series of scenes as it was and is now.
The parish as it is today
Village Scene by W.R.R.Robinson
View from Barwick-in-Elmet Church
The lost oriel window at Kiddal Hall
The Triumphal Arch, Parlington Park
The Village Windmill about 1885 from the Southeast
Views from the entrance on the Leeds Road at the end of the 19th century
The mill seen from the southwest
The Barwick-in-Elmet Village Pump.
Scholes Lodge about 1895.
Lazencroft being refurbished March 2006.
NW Barwick from the air
A collection of views of the parish
The iron age defensive ditch at Wendel Hill
Pictures of the Maypole Ceremony
The oldest object to be made in the district? - A Bronze Age cremation pot
Photographs of Stanks, Whinmoor and surrounding area including the Whinmoor windmill at Seacroft
The Barwick football team (undated)
Chapel Lane - 1950's (?)
The First Tractor?
The Church. A winter scene.
The Church. A view from the air (1968)
Barwick on the day it was judged as Yorkshire's entry in Britain in Bloom
A new way to go to a wedding
Items made from the church's wood in the 1850's.
A class at Barwick School (undated but probably 1921)
The oldest house in the parish?
The pre-Norman stones in the church
Artwork from the "Attic Abode"
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