In pictures: Historic Oulton - the village between Leeds and Wakefield

We have delved into the YEP archive and turned back the clock to bring you these photos of Oulton down the years.

By Andrew Hutchinson
Friday, 25th January 2019, 11:02 am
Updated Friday, 25th January 2019, 11:08 am

We hope they evoke memories:

The old stone cottages of the original village with its hills and narrow winding streets.
This house on Wakefield Road dates back to 1611 and is widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Tudor architecture in the North.

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The Oulton estate.
Poole Crescent in Oulton.
Shelley Crescent on the Oulton estate.
Kwik Save on Aberford Road.
Iveridge Hall in Oulton.
Pictured is 66-year-old Albert Roberts, the long serving former Labour MP for Normanton, who declared: "I can still jump a five bar gate."