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Iveson Approach, Ireland Wood Library

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Iveson Approach, Ireland Wood Library
1995. View of Ireland Wood Public Library on Iveson Approach. This is one of many small branch libraries forming part of Leeds Libraries and Information Service. Just visible on the right is part of Ireland Wood Fisheries at no. 21 Iveson Approach.

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C Lovedale

This was one of the first 'shop window' branch libraries to be opened in Leeds. Dating from around the early to mid 1960s, it was to provide a library service for a large centre of population who did not have a branch library within a reasonable distance. Similar libraries were opened at Cow Close, Armley Heights,Kirkstall and Halton. The Halton branch has since been replaced. They were housed in one unit in a parade of shops.


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