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Wild Woodhouse Moor

Before it became a landscaped park, Leeds’s Woodhouse Moor was a wild, rough stretch of common land on the town’s North-Western fringe, scarred by disused quarries and coal-pits, bordered by mean cottages, and grazed by livestock. The baying of hunting … Continue reading

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