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Location - Leeds & District

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Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd., works canteen in Netherfield Road (Guiseley) (1 comment)
Colour image2006. View of the old, single storey works canteen located on the east side of Netherfield Road. It belonged to the woollen mill of Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd., located on the west side of Netherfield Road. The firm was first established in 1837 and a three storey mill was erected in Netherfield Road in 1868. It was destroyed by fire in 1902 and replaced by a single storey building. The works canteen, seen here, was demolished recently to make way for Branwell Park, a new housing development by Redrow Homes. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Aerial View, Dewsbury Road, Parkwood Estate (Beeston) (11 comments)
Black & White image1963 Aerial view of Beeston, Dewsbury Road runs from left to right across the centre, with the Ring Road branching off into the top right corner. In the centre, new housing development is the Parkwood estate, with South Leeds Golf course around it. The open land in the top left corner is now the site of the White Rose Shopping Centre.
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Aerial View, Manston, showing Royal Ordnance Factory Barnbow (Cross Gates) (17 comments)
Black & White image1963. Aerial view showing the Barnbow Royal Ordnance Factory at the top of the photo. The bottom half, below Pendas Way, shows the housing development consisting of the Pendas and Kelmscott streets. This was all part of the Manston estate, which had belonged to the Gascoigne family. The Royal Ordnance Factory, situated on Manston Lane, made guns and later tanks during the Second World War. It was built about half a mile from the site of the World War One Barnbow shell filling factory where three fatal explosions occurred. The WW2 factory eventually became part of the Vickers group, manufacturing the Challenger Tank. It is now closed.
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Aerial View, Meanwood Road, Camp Road (Little London) (25 comments)
Black & White image1963 In the centre of this view is a large area where houses have been demolished in line with slum clearance plans. Meanwood Road runs from the left to right edge in the lower half of the view. Gasometers at a Gasholder Station on Sheepscar Street North can be seen in the bottom left with Sheepscar Council School bottom right. Camp Road (now Oatland Lane) can be seen along the top of the cleared area where St Matthews Church stands alone. Above Camp Road, several new housing developments are visible. Carlton Towers to the left with Carlton Croft and Close to the right. At the time of this view, Carlton Garth had yet to be built. The back-to-back houses in the top right await demolition.
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Alwoodley, aerial view (Alwoodley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Alwoodley, showing a residential aera with The Avenue prominent running from centre left to top right. Roads leading off from this are Alwoodley Gardens, Moss Gardens, Far Moss and The Quarry below and The Lane, The Valley and The Quarry above. Alwoodley Lane runs across the top of the developed area with fields above. On the bottom is Moor Allerton Golf Course, which dated from 1923 and had its Club House on Nursery Lane, but the Club moved out to a new site on Coal Road at Wike c1970. The course was sold for housing development and roads on the estate were named after notable golf clubs Birkdale, Sunningdale, Turnberry and Wentworth. Moortown Rugby Union ground can be seen to the right, with Alwoodley Community Centre fields above. Eccup reservoir can be seen in the background.
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Back Beverley Terrace, from Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston)
Colour image2008. Image shows the even-numbered side of Back Beverley Terrace, taken from the junction with Lady Pit Lane. These are through red-brick terraced houses with front doors opening on to Beverley Terrace at the other side. Many of the homes are boarded up and have been acquired by the council as part of a regeneration programme. A few are still occupied and there is a line of washing further up the street. There are plans for new housing development after clearance of the Beverleys.
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Back Beverley Terrace, looking towards Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston) (4 comments)
Colour image2008. This view shows both sides of Back Beverley Terrace, looking in the direction of Lady Pit Lane. These are through, red brick built houses. Even numbers, left, open on to Beverley Terrace. Odd numbers on the right open on to Beverley Avenue. The Beverley streets are to be demolished to make way for new housing development.
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Beverley Terrace, even numbered side from Lady Pit Lane. (Beeston)
Colour image2008. Image shows the even - numbered side of Beverley Terrace looking from Lady Pit Lane. These are back-to-back red brick terraced homes which are gradually being vacated along with other nearby streets in the Beverleys. Demolition of the area is starting to take place and eventually the cleared site will see new housing development as part of a wider regeneration of Beeston Hill and Holbeck.
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Bodington Hall, playing fields (Lawnswood) (1 comment)
Colour imageMarch 2013. View of Bodington Hall playing fields taken from next to Otley Road. Part of the Leeds University Halls of Residence are seen in the background. Named after Sir Nathan Bodington J.P., first vice chancellor of the university, they were opened in November 1961. They are currently (August 2013) in the process of demolition and a new housing development is planned for the site.
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Bradford Road, fire station (Pudsey)
Colour image3rd November 2002. View shows Pudsey fire station on Bradford Road, taken shortly before it was due to close on 10th February 2003, to be replaced by a new fire station at Stanningley. This station has since been demolished and replaced by a new housing development, Station Square.
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Bradford Road, fire station (Pudsey)
Colour image3rd November 2002. View shows Pudsey fire station on Bradford Road before it closed on 10th February 2003, when a new station opened at Stanningley to replace the Pudsey and Bramley ones. This station has since been demolished and replaced by a new housing development.
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Carlton Lane, looking north east (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Carlton Lane, looking north east and showing a group of streets of terraced houses. From right are: Open View, Penny Bank Street, Hallbrook Street, Greenfield Avenue, and Sydney Street. By 1954 demolition of the streets had begun, and the area is now a modern housing development.
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Cattle Lane, looking towards Main Street (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour photograph showing Cattle Lane on the right, looking across an area of wasteland towards Main Street and Aberford Bridge. This is the site of the Waterside Meadows housing development, completed by about 2005. The stream on the left of the picture is the Cock Beck, previously used to create the mill pond for Aberford Corn Mill, but now diverted upstream to the bridge on Main Street. A bus can just be seen on the right passing a bus stop.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour photograph of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Aberford Bridge and Main Street can be seen in the distance. This is the site of the Waterside Meadows housing development, completed by about 2005.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour view of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Houses on Parlington Villas can be seen in the background. Work has begun on the building of the Waterside Meadows housing development, completed around 2005.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour view of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Part of a house can be seen in the background. This area became part of the Waterside Meadows housing development.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour photograph of an area off Cattle Lane. Piles of sand can be seen with trees in the background. Work has begun on the building of the Waterside Meadows housing development.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour photograph of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Piles of sand can be seen with trees in the background. Work has begun on the building of the Waterside Meadows housing development on this site.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour view of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Work has begun on the building of the Waterside Meadows housing development on this site, completed around 2005. The Steeple of Ricarius, Church can be seen in the background.
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Cattle Lane, Wasteland (Aberford)
Colour image11th April 2001. Colour photograph of an area of wasteland off Cattle Lane. Work has begun on building of the Waterside Meadows housing development on this site, completed around 2005.
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