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Bardsey Mill Pond Dam

Remains of substantial mill pond dam, partially damaged by breach, but large sections of stone work and remains of sluices still present.

A dam existed here in 1847. It was used to regulate the flow of Bardsey Beck which fed the corn watermill at Bardsey (WYK00195). By 1891 it seems to have been considerably improved, possibly in response to the construction of the adjacent Leeds and Wetherby railway in the 1870's.

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Key Words :- watermill dam
Linked Sites :- WYK00195, Bardsey Corn Watermill
Address :- Bardsey, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS14 3BB
Grid Ref :- SE 3720 4287
Co-ordinates :- Lat - 53.880697 , Long - -1.435606
Local Authority :- Leeds Council
Pre 1974 County :- Yorkshire - West Riding
Site Status :- Site extant - Protected status unknown