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Search Aspect (EAST END PARK )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View looking East (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999. Looking towards East End Park, the image shows in the bottom left hand corner the junction of The Headrow and Park Row. The brown and white tower is Cavendish House, with Merton House on its right, both are on Albion Street. Behind these, in the distance are the 4 leaded domes of Kirkgate Market, behind that can be seen St. Saviour's Church and behind that an industrial works and chimneys. On the right is Leeds Parish Church and in the foreground is Gallery House on The Headrow, home of Templer bar.
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Aerial View, East Leeds from Burmantofts (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageUndated, Aerial photo taken around the early 1960s. Looking from the Mabgate/Burmantofts area across new Ebor estate to Torre Road. Burmantofts Pottery is seen on the left of Torre Road. York Road is on the right with Richmond Hill and East End Park areas. Temple Newsam can be seen in the distance with open countryside beyond.
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Back Victoria Avenue, grocery delivery (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Back Victoria Avenue, near the junction with Ivy Grove, and looking south towards East End Park. Harry Farnill is selling from his grocery cart, drawn by horse Flash, to a woman standing in the yard of number 81 Victoria Avenue, with numbers 83-89 visible on the right. To the left can be seen numbers 98-102 Victoria Grove, and just visible behind them, Middleton Hall, previously St Paul's Church.
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Bandstand, East End Park (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. View of bandstand in East End Park. The park was purchased by the council in 1886.
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Coal Hopper, Neville Hill Sidings (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the coal hopper at Neville Hill sidings, next to a loaded train in full steam. The hopper was located to the north of the main sidings, and just south of East End Park.
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East End Park (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White image1900 View of the gardeners cottage and parkland.
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East End Park (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image1900 View of East End Park.
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East End Park , Air raid Shelter (Richmond Hill) (4 comments)
Black & White image8th November 1941 Interior view of air raid shelter.
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East End Park, Air raid Shelter (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image8th November 1941 Interior view of air raid shelter.
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East End Park, Bandstand (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. View of bandstand in East End Park. The park was purchased by the council in 1886.
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East End Park, bandstand (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated.circa 1900 View shows the bandstand in East End Park with seats around. The park was bought by Leeds Corporation in 1886.
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East End Park, Bowling Green (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1920s. Image shows a game underway at one of the bowling greens at East End Park. The small pavilion can be seen on the right, and on the far left are houses on Londesboro Terrace and Londesboro Grove, The park was bought as an area of pit waste in 1886 by Leeds City Council, and landscaped to create a park with formal gardens, lake, tennis courts and bowling greens.
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East End Park, entrance (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the entrance to East End Park.
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East end Park, gardens (Richmond Hill)
Colour image1900s. Colour tinted postcard of the formal gardens in East End Park, looking north west, with the gardener's cottage in the centre. Two people, one in sailor's uniform, can be seen sitting on the benches. The area of pit waste was purchased in 1886 by Leeds City Council, and landscaped to create a park with features such as a lake, tennis courts, bowling greens, and a central tree-lined avenue.
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East End Park, gardens (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. Black and white postcard view looking north-west across the landscaped gardens at East End Park, towards the gardener's cottage, centre. The park was bought as an area of pit waste in 1886 by Leeds City Council, and landscaped to create a park with formal gardens, lake, tennis courts and bowling greens.
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East End Park, gardens (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. Black and white postcard image shows part of the formal gardens in East End Park, next to the gardener's cottage. Watering is taking place. The park was bought as an area of pit waste in 1886 by Leeds City Council, and landscaped to create a park with formal gardens, lake, tennis courts and bowling greens.
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East End Park, Lake (Richmond Hill) (3 comments)
Black & White image1900 Artificially created lake at East End Park, the gardener's cottage can be seen overlooking the water.
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East End Park, Lake (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image1900 View of the Lake, East End Park. The land was bought as pit waste land in 1886 and the council developed the park on it. The lake was artificially created, using the natural contours of the ground.
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East End Park, lake (Richmond Hill)
Colour imagec1908. Colour tinted postcard of East End Park, looking north across the lake towards the gardener's cottage. The area, then pit waste, was purchased by Leeds City Council in 1886, and the park and gardens created, along with the artificially created lake at the southern end of the park. Facilities such as bowling greens and tennis courts were also created. The lake area is now a children's playground, having been filled in around the early 1950s.
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East End Park, number 62 bus (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, View shows the number 62 bus, which travelled on a circular route from the centre of Leeds out to East End Park, and back to Leeds. The view in the distance looks out towards York Road.
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