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Pennwell Croft, demolition

Pennwell Croft, demolition
2006. View looking from Whinmoor Way showing Pennwell Croft in the process of demolition. This was one of a number of residential tower blocks built in Swarcliffe in the mid-1960s which were to be demolished in the 2000s. Ash Tree Court, left, and Langbar Grange, background, would soon follow, after which the only tower block left standing was to be Sherburn Court off York Road. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.

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