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Search Aspect ( Otley Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Adel Post Office (Adel)
Black & White image7th December 1932. Adel Post Office on Otley Road, which is also a confectioners and cafe. Jars of sweets can be seen in the window. There is a weighing machine outside.
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Adel Post Office, Otley Road (Adel)
Black & White image14th July 1936. Situated at the junction of Otley Road and the Crescent, business of Fredrick Sidney Smith. Single storey building extension of adjoining bungalow. A post box is on the left wall. A road sign for 30 mile per hour speed limit is also to the left.
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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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Aerial View, Bodington Hall (Lawnswood) (3 comments)
Black & White image1963 Bodington Hall complex, a Leeds University Hall of Residence and Playing fields, built on part of the Weetwood Hall estate. The site was named after Sir Nathan Bodington J.P. the first Vice Chancellor of Leeds University between 1904 - 1911. He was married to Eliza Barran, daughter of John Barran who was a prominent Leeds businessman. Bodington Hall opened in November 1961. The Ring Road is to the left and Otley Road to the right.
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Aerial View, Guiseley (Guiseley)
Black & White imageUndated. 1965? View looking from Hawksworth Lane area across Guiseley. The Tranmere Park estate is in the foreground, Bradford Road is running from left to right across the centre. Otley Road runs from the left at a diagonal to the top edge slightly towards the right. Just in from the right on Bradford Road the construction of the Fieldhead estate is underway, Fieldhead school a little to the north of the construction site.
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