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View across Roundhay Road and Roseville Road to Burmantofts

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View across Roundhay Road and Roseville Road to Burmantofts
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Undated. View across Roundhay Road (seen left to right, with cars across the centre.) Beyond it is Roseville Road above where the parked cars are visible. In the middle-ground, left, the white building houses the Prince Albert Hotel in Boundary Place. Immediately above on the left is the old Kepler Council School which later, became Roseville County Secondary School and is situated in Gledhow Road. To the rear are buildings of St. James's hospital. In the background, left of centre are the high-rise flats, Shakespeare Towers, Shakespeare Court and Shakespeare Grange. The three blocks right of centre are thought to be Scargill Grange, Gargrave Court and Brignal Croft.

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Angelique

Comment:
The white building to the left and foreground on picture is "The Prince Arthur" Public House. They are obviously laying the foundations for Thomas Danby College. This seem to be the only picture of Roseville Terrace/Street (in the background) I have seen on Leodis... Those of us who lived in Roseville Terrace, actually used Roseville 'Street' as our 'front doors' even though these were the back yards. All children played in Roseville Street (to the left of the central 'pole' in the middle of the picture).

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13-Mar-2012

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Garry

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I think Thomas Danby was a touch further right Angelique and this was the demolishing of the Grants, Beauforts and Badmingtons.

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30-Dec-2013

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