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Search Aspect (A64 )
Location - Leeds & District

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A643, Ingram Distributor (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Colour image9th November 1999. View of the A643 Ingram Distributor which leads from the Armley Gyratory to Elland Road. A footbridge can be seen overhead.
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Adel Ring Road (Adel) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the Adel Ring Road leading towards Moortown. On the right is Smithy Mills Lane leading down to Parkside Road. On the left a road sign gives directions to the Ring Road (A6120), Skipton (A660) and Bradford (A647).
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Armley Link Road (A647) (Armley)
Black & White imageImage shows the newly constructed Armley link road, the A647. The City Centre is in the background left, and Armley giratory is in the middle ground, right of centre. The railway lines are for the Ilkley/Skipton line and Carlisle line. Armley prison is off camera to the right.
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Bradford Road, looking towards Dawson's Corner (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Black & White image1965. View of Bradford Road (A647) from Thornbury to Dawson's Corner. The road is in the process of being updated to a six lane dual carriageway. Cars can be seen coming from the corner, with rubble and building material to the right.
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Bruntcliffe Terminus 1911, laying of new tram track. (Morley) (7 comments)
Black & White image1911. Image shows workmen engaged in the laying of new tram track at Bruntcliffe Terminus in 1911. Several young boys are watching from the side of the track. Just beyond the workmen is Bruntcliffe cross-roads, where Howden Clough Road (A643) and Bruntcliffe Lane (A643) meet the Wakefield to Bradford Road (A650) and Bruntcliffe Road (A650). Bruntcliffe Post Office, (still in business as such until very recently) can be seen on the left. The landmark for the terminus, the Old Angel Inn, is visible on the right. This section of the line was completed on 1st January 1912. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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