Horsforth Museum at the bottom of Horsforth Town St. Run by a team of volunteers. New volunteers are always welcome. The museum is open to the public weekends from the last Saturday in March to the last sunday in November. Exhibitions 2018/19 History of Education and Textiles in Horsforth. WW1 &WW2 email email@example.com
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
Flooding and Birdstrike issue in Moseley Valley/Bramhope Tunnel Horsforth entrance.
Here are some reasons why the housing development on Moseley Bottoms should not be permited. This is the Horsforth entrance to Bramhope Tunnel as it is known, not sure why as it starts in Horsforth and finishes in Arthington but most of the navies lived in a make shift camp on Moor Road Bramhope and the school in the village had to be extended to accomodate the all the children. The bridge the train is passing under is Bay Horse Bridge below Mosley Farm named so because a beer house existed at Dean Grange Farm to keep the workers out of Horsforth.