HOW TO GET HERE
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By Car (approx 9 miles/25 minutes):
- Take the A660 and Spen Lane to Wyther Lane
- Follow Wyther Lane and Armley Ridge Road to Stanningley Road/A647
- Turn left into Stanningley Road/A647
- Continue on Armley Ridge Road to Upper Wortley Road
- Continue on Upper Wortley Road
- At the roundabout, continue straight onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 1 hour 20 minutes):
- Catch the X85 at Leeds Road Hall Rise
- Ride for 34 minutes/27 stops to Woodhouse Lane (stop L5)
- Walk south on Woodhouse Lane towards Merrion Street
- Continue onto Albion Street
- Catch the 28 LeedsCity at Albion Street (stop J4)
- Ride for 4 minutes (non-stop) to City Square (stop P5)
- Walk west towards Park Row
- Turn left onto Park Row
- Turn right onto Wellington Street
- Slight left onto Aire Street
- Turn right to stay on Aire Street
- Catch the 254 at Aire Street (stop S12)
- Ride for 10 minutes/9 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Bramhope is a suburb in north-west Leeds, West Yorkshire. Bramhope is neighboured by Otley, Guiseley, Yeadon and Horsforth. Approximately 7 miles away from Leeds city centre, Bramhope enjoys a countryside-like atmosphere.
LIVING IN BRAMHOPE
Bramhope has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Asda, Tesco Express and Morrisons. In Bramhope there is Bramhope Primary School, Ralph Thoresby School, Pool C of E Primary School, Adel St John The Baptist Primary School and Lighthouse School offering choice to residents with children.
Bramhope has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A660 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes X84 and X85 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 40 minutes.
Bramhope postcode: LS16
THE HISTORY OF BRAMHOPE
History at Bramhope dates back to Roman times, a road was built from Adel to Ilkley, remains of this are still in a field near Leeds Bradford Airport. The name Bramhope seems to have derived from the Old English word for 'broom' and 'small valley'- supposedly referring to the small valley near Wharfedale.
Up until the 20th century, Bramhope's population was small. The Black Death of 1348-1409 reduced the population of Bramhope to just 34, gradually increasing to the approximate 3,400 people today.
THINGS TO DO IN BRAMHOPE
The Golden Acre Park is a public park located between Adel and Bramhope. The park opened initially as a private amusement park in 1932 and mad a miniature railway, pool and boating lake. The park closed during World War 2 and was later taken over by the council in 1945.
The Bramhope Tunnel was built for the Leeds and Thirsk Railway, the Leeds Northern Railway and the East and West Yorkshire Junction Railway; together forming the North Eastern Railway. The Bramhope Tunnel is notable for its length reaching approximately 2.138 miles/3,745 yards long. The crenelated north portal of the tunnel is admired for its architectural uniqueness.
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