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Search Aspect (OSMONDTHORPE LANE )
Location - Leeds & District

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Garden House, Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Garden House in Osmondthorpe Lane, a large detached brick-built house, Georgian in style. It is believed to have been demolished in the 1930s. Garden House was at one time occupied by Dalby Williamson, poultry breeder. (As listed in the Kelly's Directory of Leeds for 1932.)
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Osmondthorpe House, Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White imagec1920s. View shows Osmondthorpe House, situated off Osmondthorpe Lane behind Osmondthorpe Cottages, which was built by William Schofield, building contractor, as a residence for himself and his family. The house was erected on the site of the former stables of Osmondthorpe New Hall, an 18th century mansion which was destroyed by fire in 1924. This image, believed to date from around the early 1920s, was taken during the time that it was occupied by the Schofield family, who were known to be in residence between 1901 and 1927. The house has since been demolished. Photograph and information courtesy of Dr. William Granville Schofield.
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Osmondthorpe House, Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White imagec1920s. View shows Osmondthorpe House, situated off Osmondthorpe Lane behind Osmondthorpe Cottages, which was built by William Schofield as a residence for himself and his family. The house was erected on the site of the former stables of Osmondthorpe New Hall, an 18th century mansion whose grounds became East End Park. The image shows the house with tennis courts in front, during the time that it was occupied by the Schofield family, who were known to be there between 1901 and 1927. The house has since been demolished. Photograph and information courtesy of Dr. William Granville Schofield.
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Osmondthorpe House, Robert Barber Schofield (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White imagec1920s. View shows Robert Barber Schofield sitting in the grounds of the family home, Osmondthorpe House, which was built by his father, William Schofield. The house was located on the site of the former stables to Osmondthorpe New Hall, an early 18th century mansion on the west side of Osmondthorpe Lane. The Schofield family were known to be in residence there between 1901 and 1927; the image is believed to date from the early 1920s. Photograph and information courtesy of Dr. William Granville Schofield.
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Osmondthorpe House, Robert Barber Schofield (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White imagec1920s. Image shows Robert Barber Schofield standing outside the family home, Osmondthorpe House, built by his father William Schofield. The house had been built on the site of the former stables to Osmondthorpe New Hall on the west side of Osmondthorpe Lane. The image is believed to date from the early 1920s; the Schofield family are known to have occupied the house between 1901 and 1927. The house has since been demolished. Photograph and information courtesy of Dr. William Granville Schofield.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image25th October 1930. Building on Osmondthorpe Lane prior to demolition. Part of Ross Farm next to the railway lines, showing signals to the left. Building partly inhabited, partly stables, pidgeon loft at the end of the building. washing on the line.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image13th February 1934. Old houses on Osmondthorpe Lane, near Osmondthorpe Hall. Possibly Garden House at this time owned by Dalby Williamson, poultry breeder. Georgian house with poultry pens in the foreground.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image25th October 1930. Building on Osmondthorpe lane prior to demolition. Part of Ross farm next to the railway lines showing signals to the left. Building partly inhabited, partly stabls, pidgeon loft at the end of the building.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image10th March 1930. Cottages off Osmondthorpe Lane prior to demolition. Fencing panel leaning against the wall. No roof tiles on building at the far end.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe) (4 comments)
Black & White image3rd October 1949. View of Osmondthorpe cottages on Osmondthorpe Lane. Shop on the right .Adverts for 'Players Please', 'Colemans Starch and Colemans Mustard', visible. South West side.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe) (9 comments)
Black & White image3rd October 1949. View of houses on Osmondthorpe Lane. Four men looking at camera in front of one house. South-West side. Shop on corner next to cottages.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image3rd October 1949. View shows 6 cottages on Osmondthorpe Lane from the South West side looking at the rears. To the far left a yard is surrouded by a brick wall, the next house has a wooden fence round the yard and the right hand side contains a wooden shed.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image25th August 1927. Houses with very tall chimney stacks. Garden sheds and a wooden fence.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image25th July 1931. Two types of houses on Osmondthorpe Lane, one detached, one pair of semi-detached with bay windows. There is a woman in the doorway. In the foreground scrubland can be seen.
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Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image25th July 1931. Two types of houses, detached and semi detached. Scrubland in the foreground.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, Bridge (Osmondthorpe) (15 comments)
Black & White image12th July 1928 Osmonthorpe Lane with bridge over railway line. The lane was specifically to carry coal from the local pits.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, house (Osmondthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image13th February 1934. View shows an old house on Osmondthorpe Lane. Prior to demolition most of the windows are broken. Children are playing by the railings which run to the front of the property.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, looking north (Osmondthorpe) (3 comments)
Colour image21st January 1991. Colour photograph looking north along Osmondthorpe Lane showing the junction with Ings Road on the left. A petrol filling station can be seen beyond this with a removals and storage van parked at the side. The white building behind is Timmerdale's ice cream factory. Semi-detached housing is on the right of the picture and cars are parked by the side of the road.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, looking south (Osmondthorpe) (5 comments)
Colour image21st January 1991. Colour photograph looking south along Osmondthorpe Lane, showing A.J.R. Superstores, general grocer and off licence, at no. 84 on the right. Beyond this is Timmerdales ice cream factory with an advertising hoarding on the wall. The junction with Ings Road follows this, and semi-detached housing can be seen further down and on the left of the picture. A bus stop is in the centre.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, Osmondthorpe Cottages, no. 5 (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image7th November 1984. View showing the gable end of no. 5 Osmondthorpe Cottages, on Osmondthorpe Lane, the premises of Fred Scholey, licensed betting office. The roof is in a bad state of repair. The view looks onto houses on Osmondthorpe Lane on the right.
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