Bagley, West Yorkshire
Bagley is a village in the City of Leeds metropolitan borough, West Yorkshire, England. The remains of the village (or hamlet) are on Bagley Lane, on the section between the A657 road in Rodley and the junction with Coalhill Lane.
A number of old buildings in the area have survived. A nearby stream, known as Bagley Beck, runs past the place on its way to the River Aire, crossing the Leeds and Liverpool canal at Rodley. In the Yorkshire Charters of 1148 the place is recorded as Bagalaia.
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