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Adel, aerial view (Adel)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of housing in Adel, taken around the 1950s or 1960s. Otley Road runs along the edge of the built-up area from centre right to top left. Holt Lane runs across the middle of the photo. Above Holt Lane, from left, are Kingsley Avenue, Gainsbrough Drive and Gainsbrough Avenue, crossed by Kingsley Drive at the top and Kingsley Road in the middle. Below Holt Lane are, from left, Broomfield and Whinfield, with Farrar Lane just visible at the bottom right. The Lawnswood Arms public house is seen facing Otley Road near the centre right, while Adel Methodist Church is to the left of this at the corner of Holt Lane and Gainsbrough Avenue.
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Central Station, Christmas Appeal (City Centre)
Black & White image6th December 1966. The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Leeds, Alderman Joshua S. Walsh and his wife, at the launch of the Leeds Council of Social Service Christmas Appeal. The display features a Christmas tree and a garden with a nativity scene; the garden was presumably constructed by Rowley & Sons, Garden Constructors, of 3 Holt Lane, Adel, whose business is advertised on the wall behind.
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Church Lane, looking south-west (Adel) (1 comment)
Colour image2009. A snowy view of Church Lane, just opposite Adel Church, which is off the picture to the left. The white buildings further up on the left are part of Adel Sports and Social Club. Beyond the fields to the right are houses on Holt Avenue. Houses on Beech Avenue have since been built in front of them.
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Commercial Street, shops (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Commercial Street, looking east. On the far right is Kemshall's newsagents, and the shop to it's left is G.Ward's grocer's shop. On the far left is thought to be the sweet shop of Misses E&A Holt, and further along the street can be seen a sign for Bentley's Brewery, on the Coach & Horses Inn.
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Cookridge Hall, Fish Pond, Known Locally as Paul's Pond (Cookridge) (7 comments)
Black & White image1986. View of Fish Pond, an ornamental lake. Although marked on old maps as the 'Fish Pond' this pond is known locally as 'Paul's Pond'. In 1890 William Paul took up residence at Cookridge Hall and the Paul family remained there until 1954, when the estate was sold by the executors of T. W. Paul. William Paul owned the Oak Tannery at number 91 Kirkstall Road, William Paul Ltd. He was a keen sportsman who raced greyhounds and kept horses and a pack of beagles for hare hunting, which took place on what is now the Holt Park Estate. The pond dates from around 1820 when the Cookridge estate was purchased by Richard Wormald from Robert Sheffield for £77,000. Richard Wormald was a woollen merchant who had specialised in manufacturing uniforms and blankets for soldiers of the Napoleonic Wars, and thus become wealthy. He constructed the pond and surrounded it with a new plantation of trees. He also built a new coach-house, stable and gatehouse. The pond was used to supply ice to the ice-house, which was constructed in grounds to the east side of Cookridge Hall.
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