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Location - Leeds & District

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Civic Week, Trinity Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageSeptember 1928. Between 22nd and 29th September 1928 the City of Leeds held a Civic Week. This was a city wide celebration of achievement. In this view, Trinity Street can be seen. Entered through an evegreen arch, the street is decked with bunting and busy with people. During Civic Week citizens were given the chance to look behind the scenes at businesses and educational establishments as well as Municipal departments and services including Whitehall Road Generating Station, Knostrop Sewage Disposal Works and Park Street Fire Station.
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Entrance to Pleasaunce, Knostrop Old Hall (Knostrop) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1910. Residence of Captain Adam Baynes (1620-1670) MP for Leeds in the Commmonwealth. Residence of the artist Atkinson Grimshaw in the 1870s. Demolished in 1960. A Pleasaunce or Pleasance was an area attached to a house or estate used for pleasure or recreation. Photo by Alf Mattison
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Fewston Avenue, looking south-east (Cross Green)
Colour imageUndated. View looking south-east along Fewston Avenue from the bridge over the railway cutting in the foreground. Streets of terraced housing leading off on the left are St. Hilda's Crescent, Grove, Avenue, Mount and Place while leading to the right are Back Cross Green Crescent then Cross Green Crescent, Grove and Road. The view looks towards Knostrop and Skelton Grange in the distance. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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Fewston Avenue, looking south-east (Cross Green) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View looking south-east along Fewston Avenue showing the bridge over the railway cutting in the foreground. Streets of terraced housing seen leading off to the left are St. Hilda's Crescent, Grove, Avenue, Mount and Place, The view looks towards Knostrop and Skelton Grange in the distance. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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Knostrop Cut Pathway / River Aire (Knostrop)
Colour image18th November 1999. Image shows pathway with the Aire and Calder Navigation Knostrop Cut on the left. In the distance on the left are the grey warehouses of Atkinson Hill.
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