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Holme Beck
Holme Beck, Scholebrook Lane, Tong - geograph.org.uk - 1381765.jpg
Holme Beck near Scholebrook Lane, Tong
EtymologyHolme, a settlement east of Bradford; Beck (stream)
Location
CountryUnited Kingdom
Constituent countryEngland
RegionYorkshire and the Humber
Ceremonial countyWest Yorkshire
Metropolitan BoroughCity of Bradford
Physical characteristics
Sourceeast of Ned Lane
 - locationeast of Holme Wood
 - coordinates53°46′39″N 1°42′00″W / 53.77750°N 1.70000°W / 53.77750; -1.70000
Mouthjunction with Tyersal Beck forming Pudsey Beck
 - locationnear Fulneck
 - coordinates53°46′46″N 1°40′6″W / 53.77944°N 1.66833°W / 53.77944; -1.66833
Basin features
Tributaries 
 - leftunnamed stream
 - rightKit Wood Beck
Peter's Shrog

Holme Beck is a watercourse in the Tong ward of the City of Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It drains a shallow valley east of the watershed between Bradford and Leeds.[1]

Course

The source of Holme Beck was originally located at a height of just above 600 feet (183 m) a.s.l.[2][3] on the grounds of today's Knowleswood Primary School in Holme Wood. The stream passed the area of the Valley Natural Play Park and crossed Ned Lane. Little is visible now of its upper course, as it has been covered up. Holme Beck becomes visible east of Ned Lane and follows an approximately eastern course until it is joined by a tributary stream from the north. Passing Charles Pit, a former coal mine which was in operation from 1884 to 1925,[4][5] it turns slightly towards east-southeast, passes some old mine workings on its right bank and passes under the bridge of Scholebrook Lane.[6] Below the bridge and upon entering Park Wood, it is joined from the southwest by Kit Wood Beck which is named after a woodland on its course and whose source is north of Tong High School. Holme Beck turns east-northeast just south of Scholebrook Farm and is joined from the south by Peter's Shrog, a stream coming from a source east of Tong High School. From this junction it continues through Park Wood until its confluence with Tyersal Beck at the edge of Fulneck Golf Course at just below 600 feet (183 m) a.s.l.[6] The joint stream continues as Pudsey Beck.

References

  1. ^ Stephen Craven (11 May 2017). "View across the Holme Beck from Ned Lane". Geograph Britain and Ireland.
  2. ^ "Sheet 96 - Leeds and Bradford". One-inch to the mile, 7th Series, 1952-1961. Ordnance Survey. 1954.
  3. ^ "SE13 (includes: Baildon; Bingley; Bradford; Leeds; Shipley)". 1:25,000 maps of Great Britain, 1937-1961. Ordnance Survey. 1952.
  4. ^ Mines of Coal and other Stratified Minerals in Yorkshire from 1854. p. 18. Retrieved 10 July 2017.
  5. ^ R. Russell (1872). Geological Survey of England and Wales, Vertical sections. Sheet 43. London: Geological Survey Office.
  6. ^ a b "SE23 (includes: Bradford; Horsforth; Leeds; Pudsey)". 1:25,000 maps of Great Britain, 1937-1961. Ordnance Survey. 1953.
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