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Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Park Lane, looking north-east (Shadwell)
Black & White image6th July 1948. View looking north-east along Park Lane. Metal railings and trees line the road on the right. The point where the car is seen is the entrance to Roundhay Park Golfclub house.
[internal reference; 5770:CLIC Round 16]
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7th Lord Mayor's Parade, Woodhouse Moor showing a young participant (City Centre)
Colour image21st June 1980. Image taken during the 7th Lord Mayor's Parade which started from Woodhouse Moor. The little girl, in her fancy costume, is seated on the float entered by Lewis's department store depicting a steam engine of the American West. The engine is constructed using bales of straw, but on the outside it was completely covered in over 20,000 ribbon bows in red, green and gold. The little girl wears a sequinned, layered net skirt and a silver cape trimmed with swansdown. She carries a wand with silver bells, beads and trailing white ribbons. It was a cold, showery day but a successful one for Lewis's as the store won 'The Lord's Mayor's Award for the Best Overall Entry.
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Abbey House (Kirkstall)
Black & White image11th April 1928. View of Abbey House and Grounds with railings and gate posts, gates. A notice-board displays opening times of the museum. Originally gate house for Kirkstall Abbey, it was sold to Leeds City Council in 1925. In 1927 it was opened as Abbey House Folk Museum.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image11th April 1928 Abbey House Museum, formerly gatehouse to Kirkstall Abbey, became separated when road was laid in 1827. Formerly used as a residence, it was sold to Leeds City Council in 1925 and opened as a folk museum in July 1927. This view shows wall and railings to grounds. Tramlines in the road.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image28th June 1929 View of Abbey Road after improvement. Perimeter fence of railings and wall to grounds of Abbey House Museum. Pavement to right has gas lamp, standard poles supporting overhead cables for tram system. Tram lines in road.
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Abbey Road, Kirkstall. Parapet wall of culvert. (Kirkstall)
Black & White image29th November 1937. Parapet wall of culvert showing Abbey Mill race. Plank bridge in foregound, with crumbling stone wall and iron railings to either side.
[internal reference; 82:CLIB Abbey 1]
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Ackroyd Street, Morley Friends' Adult School (Morley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1902. Morley Friends' Adult School and children from around Charles Street at about the time of the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902. The memorial stone is just below the level of the iron railings at the right hand side. The members of the Adult School also collected rent from two wooden lock-up shops that can be seen on the left of the picture. That next to the Adult School was a barber's shop and it lasted much longer than the building next door. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Acton Street from the junction with Maitland Place (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image16th July 1964, Long view of Acton Street from the junction with Maitland Place. Most of the streets which join Maitland Place have railings to help ensure the safety of children playing outside their homes and discourage them from venturing on to busier roads.
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Adel Churchyard, monument (Adel) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows an elaborate monument in Adel Churchyard. A statue of an angel is mounted on a plinth underneath a canopy supported by four columns and surrounded by railings. Words inscribed on the canopy read 'Until the day break and shadows flee away'. The monument is dedicated in the memory the memory of 'Susannah Jane, wife of James Audus Hirst, died Feb. 26th 1884 aged 33 years, also of James Audus Hirst, died Sept. 17th 1896 aged 50 years'.
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Aire Street (City Centre)
Black & White image29th February 1944. A portion of the City station looking across from the City Square. The goods entrance and its carpark and yard are plainly seen. To the right is Barstows newsagents. A pedestrian crossing with Belisha beacons runs across the street. A steel railing in the foreground encircles the City Square.
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Alcester Road, Gipton Beck (Harehills)
Black & White image11th June 1947. View looking directly along Gipton Beck as it runs through a concrete channel near Alcester Road. The channel has brick walls, topped with railings on each side. A culvert is visible further along.
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Algeria Street at the junction with Maitland Place and showing Naylor's Place (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image16th July 1964, View of numbers 1 & 3 Algeria Street looking from Maitland Place. The end of the street has railings and access via steps. On the left of the houses there is Naylor's Place, an alley which cuts through Beeston Road. The first arched doorway has access to toilet facilities and further along there is another, right of number 3. A gas street lamp lights the entrance to the street at night.
[internal reference; 2003317_83979434:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 190 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 4)]
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Alwoodley Lane, Grove House Farm (Alwoodley)
Black & White image2nd March 1930. View of Alwoodley Lane, looking west from the junction with Harrogate Road. The wall on the right with iron railings belonged to Grove House Farm, demolished in the 1990s and now the site of Sovereign Court.
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Armley Ridge Road, Amen Corner (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White image14th September 1949.View of road and pavements looking north to Amen Corner. The left-hand pavement is bordered by bushes and railings leading to stone walls painted in black and white check at Amen Corner. The right-hand pavement has stone walls and railings to the side. To the right beyond the road, are the backs of three rows of houses, with advertising posters on them. The middle one is for Dunlop, the one on the right is for Old Charlie Rum. On the left, beyond the road, can be seen Hirst and Thackway Ltd., weather coat manufacturers, the Leeds Briquette Works, and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Co. Goods station.
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Armley Mission Church Sunday School (Armley)
Black & White image2nd February 1968. The image shows the front of the Sunday School taken from Ley Lane. A Cross has been built into the wall above the central window which has been boarded over, as have all the other windows.On the right are some railings separating the building from a section of waste land. The buildings just visible on the left are Pariliament Road and the buildings in the background is the back of Wilton Terrace.
[internal reference; 200334_72008914:WYAS(Armley Road, Parliament Road) Box 8, No. 45]
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Armley Mission Church Sunday School (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd February 1968. Image shows view of Sunday school on Ley Lane. The building is boarded up, however still visible on the right is the old porch and stairs the building is surrounded by overgrown land and railings. Building on the far left is the back of the Wilton Terace Houses and the gable end on the far right is Parliament Place
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Armley Road Improvement. (Armley)
Black & White image20th September 1937. View of the Armley Road Improvement area, a locality known locally as the Maltkins. To the right is land that has been cleared, and in the main view there is a grassed area surrounded by iron railings with part of large house behind. This was Wellgarth House, 161 Armley Road, and was the home of Archibald Haddow, physician and surgeon, and James Haddow, dental surgeon. Dr. Archibald Haddow was very well known General Practioner in the area. Along with his colleague Dr. Ian M. D. Grieve he noted the high incidence of serious pulmonary disease amongst his patients. This they rightly attributed to the asbestos factory in the area, J. W. Roberts of Midland Works, who manufactured insulation mattresses for steam engines. As far back as 1929 Dr. Haddow quoted a case at a meeting of the British Medical Association "in which the curious bodies were found in a man who was not employed in the industry, but who lived next door to an asbestos factory . . . " In more recent decades the tragic effect of asbestos dust on the health of the people of this part of Armley has been well documented and the subject of several court cases and numerous claims for compensation. The fight for justice for the victims of Asbestosis is still ongoing.
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Armley Road, Brancepeth Place (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image13th August 1958 Armley Road is on the left of the image with a man stood at the corner where a sign gives directions to the Glendennings (coopers) Ltd, Cask and Drum Merchants Office works. On the right is a row of back-to-back terraced houses numbers 1 to 7 Brancepeth Place with a shared outside toilet block on the far right of number 7. Clothes are visible hung from the cellar railings of number 1 while a bicycle leans against the wall on the left.
[internal reference; 20031127_15536135:WYAS Brancepeth Place, Box 148, no. 7]
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Assize Sunday (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image17th July 1927 A formal procession taking place on Assize Sunday traditionally held during or immediately after the assizes. In the background the railings of Leeds Parish Church can be seen and the Lord Mayor and dignitaries were most likely about to attend a service at St Peters, walking alongside the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton, is the Town Clerk and Solicitor to the corporation, Thomas Thornton. The two gentleman immediately behind them are left, Doctor Arthur Hawkyard, Physician and surgeon of Hawkyard and Pollard, and right, Mrs Frederick James Kitson, Justice of the Peace. Seen on the far right, carrying the Great Mace of Leeds upon his shoulder, is the Sergeant-at-Mace, Edward T Jones.
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Aston Place (Bramley)
Black & White image30th September 1946.A brick terraced house with a wooden garden shed. It has a flight of eight steps, with an iron railing leading to the door. There is a brick wall at the front.
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