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[1]Aerial View looking South-West (City Centre)
Aerial View looking South-West5th October 1999 Looking towards Morley, image shows Royal Mail Office on left, with the distant Leeds United Football Club, Elland Road Stadium appearing on the right. In the bottom right hand corner you can see the Moorish Parapet and Minaret detailing on St. Paul's House, Park Square.
[2]Aerial View, Elland Road (Beeston) (35 comments)
Aerial View, Elland Road1963 This aerial view looks from the Holbeck area in the foreground to Elland Road and Beeston. Elland Road is running across the top left corner at an angle, with Low Fields Road running from left to right (joining Gelderd Road on the right). Leeds United Football Club Elland Road stadium can be seen at the junction of the two roads. On the opposite side of Elland Road and a short distance south of the football ground is the Leeds Greyhound Stadium and track, it was demolished in 1982.
[3]Aerial View, Elland Road with Football and Greyhound Stadiums (Beeston) (67 comments)
Aerial View, Elland Road with Football and Greyhound Stadiums1962. Aerial view of Elland Road, on the left side of the road is the oval Greyhound Stadium, which was demolished in 1982. In the bottom left corner is the Heath estate. In the bottom right corner is the Leeds United Football Club Stadium. First used for rugby league matches, it was purchased in 1904 by Leeds City Football Club (The Peacocks)who were elected to the Football League in 1905. The club reached the second division but were eventually expelled from the Football League in the 1919-20 season due to financial irregularities. Leeds United Football Club was formed in 1919 and elected to the Football League in 1920. Over the years, Leeds United has enjoyed outstanding success, particularly in the years when Don Revie took over the management. There have also been setbacks and disappointments but Leeds United continues to attract loyal supporters to Elland Road. The capacity of the stadium is 40,296 and many fans hold season tickets.
[4]Beeston and Churwell, aerial view (Beeston) (1 comment)
Beeston and Churwell, aerial viewUndated. Aerial view of the Beeston Hill and Elland Road area. Elland Road is the ā€œSā€ shaped road running down on the right hand side of the photo. The football ground is seen to the left of it above the top bend. The built up area at the bottom right is Churwell. Gelderd Road runs down on the left hand side. The steam of a train can be seen on the railway line which goes across the centre of the photo.
[5]Beeston Hill, view looking towards Elland Road football ground (Beeston)
Beeston Hill, view looking towards Elland Road football groundFebruary 2007. View from Beeston Hill showing the east stand of Elland Road Football Stadium (home of Leeds United) on the left. In the middle-ground the M621 is visible.
[6]Billy Bremner Statue, Leeds United AFC, Elland Road (Beeston) (6 comments)
Billy Bremner Statue, Leeds United AFC, Elland Road19th March 2002. Situated just outside the football ground the statue depicts Bremner celebrating in full kit, while the dedication reads, 'Billy Bremner, 1942-1997, Leeds United, 1959-1976, 771 appearances: 115 goals, inspirational captain of the great 'Revie team'. A small boy in Leeds United kit sits in front of the statue.
[7]Briggate Junction, laid out at the Corporation Depot in Low Fields Road (Holbeck)
Briggate Junction, laid out at the Corporation Depot in Low Fields Road1937. Image shows the tram track for Briggate Junction laid out at the Corporation Depot in Low Fields Road. In the background the tall chimney belongs to the brick works in Elland Road (B. Whitaker & Sons Ltd.) between Hartley Street and Hoxton Mount. To the right of the chimney is the New Peacock Inn at number 142 Elland Road, next to the junction with Low Fields Road. Beyond the yard in the foreground is the Holbeck Cricket Club ground. The streets seen in the background, right, are, from left to right, Hoxton Mount, Hoxton Grove and Hoxton Terrace. These are streets of red brick back-to-back terraced homes. The corporation yard was opposite the east side of Elland Road football ground, home to Leeds United.
[8]Canonbury Street, no. 6 (Beeston) (1 comment)
Canonbury Street, no. 6Undated. View shows no. 6 Canonbury Street, the end house of a short terrace of 3. This house is a back-to-back with no. 223 Elland Road, situated just across the road from the Low Fields Road entrance to Leeds United's football stadium.
[9]Earl of Harewood (Beeston)
Earl of Harewood 2nd March 1966 Photograph of the 7th Earl of Harewood when he became president of Leeds United Football Club at Elland Road.
[10]Elland Road (Beeston) (5 comments)
Elland Road12th January 1950. Picture shows the junction with Low Fields Road. The football ground is visible on the corner in the background, a large corrugated fence can be seen on the far side of the road, and tram cables, lines, and poles can be seen. Two people are stood in front of advertising hoardings for,'Hammonds Ales', amongst others, (which are hard to see), on the far left. A lamp post can be seen on the right.
[11]Elland Road (Beeston) (5 comments)
Elland Road1st April 1930. View along Elland Road. The football ground of Leeds United F.C. can be seen in the distance on the left. In the foreground is the Leeds Greyhound Association dog track. On the cobbled road is a loose manhole cover and two sets of tramlines.
[12]Elland Road and Crow Nest Lane, long distance view from Cottingley (Cottingley)
Elland Road and Crow Nest Lane, long distance view from Cottingley1970s. Long distance view from Cottingley, taken between 1971 and 1973, showing Elland Road on the left and Crow Nest Lane on the right. In the picture are the Ready Mixed Concrete factory, Leeds Greyhound Stadium, Fullerton Park and Leeds United's Elland Road football ground.
[13]Elland Road Car Park, St. Valentine's Fair (Beeston)
Elland Road Car Park, St. Valentine15th February 2008. View showing the large car park of Elland Rad Football Stadium during the St. Valentine's Day Funfair. This was the 16th year of this annual event which originally took place in Leeds City Centre; now a small fair is held in the centre in conjunction with the much larger one here.
[14]Elland Road Car Park, St. Valentine's Fair (Beeston)
Elland Road Car Park, St. Valentine15th February 2008. View showing the large car park at Elland Road Football Stadium, taken over here by the annual St. Valentine's Day Funfair. This event, promoted by Leeds City Council, first started in the city centre in 1993 and moved to Elland Road in the 2000s.
[15]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 The Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden arriving at Elland Road Football Ground to address a crowd of 10,000 people. He is accompanied by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey. This photograph was taken during World war 2.
[16]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 The Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden, crosses the pitch at Elland Road Football Ground accompanied by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey. Anthony Eden is here to address a crowd of 10,000 people as part of his war-time visit to Leeds. Note the public address system behind the Lord Mayor, left.
[17]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston) (1 comment)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Posing for the camera are, right, with hat in hand, Foreign Secretary of Churchill's Government, Anthony Eden, and, left, the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey. The Foreign Secretary had arrived at Elland Road Football Ground to address a crowd of 10,000 people during his war-time visit to Leeds.
[18]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 The Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden arriving at Elland Road Football Ground to address a crowd of 10,000 people. He is accompanied by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey, in top hat and chains of office. The photograph was taken during World War 2.
[19]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary in Churchill's Government, greets the crowds on his visit to Leeds. He is crossing the pitch at Elland Road Football Ground where around 10,000 people have gathered to hear his address. The Foreign Secretary is accompanied by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey who raises his hat to the crowds.
[20]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941. The Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden, stands on a dais in the open air at Elland Road Football Ground, where he is observing a series of military parades. The Foreign Secretary is in the centre of the image.
[21]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 The Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden, addressing crowds at Elland Road Football Ground on the occasion of his war time visit to Leeds. 10,000 people had gathered to hear his open air address. The platform displays the Union Jack.
[22]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary, observes a march past of troops at Elland Road Football Ground. He was there, also, to make a public address to crowds gathered at the ground. The Foreign Secretary is at the front of the group of men.
[23]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Crowds of Leeds people, approximately 10,000, are gathered at Elland Road Football Ground to hear a speech by the Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden on his visit to Leeds. The men, women and children appear to be in good spirits as they smile for the camera.
[24]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 View of military parades taking place on the pitch at Elland Road Football ground in the presence of Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden. Anthony Eden is second from the left, and was on a war time visit to Leeds where he made an open air public address to the crowds at Elland Road.
[25]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 View of Elland Road Football Ground on the occasion of the visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary. He is the tallest of the group of men standing on the dais. Crowds have gathered to hear an address by the Foreign Secretary and to watch the military parades taking place on the pitch.
[26]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Crowds gathered at Elland Road for the visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary in Churchill's Government. He can be seen standing in front of the Union Jack on the raised platform flanked by other dignitaries, including the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Willie Withey, to the right of him. These nurses are taking part in a military parade on the pitch at Elland Road Football Ground.
[27]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 The Foreign Secretary of Churchill's Government, Anthony Eden, addresses a large crowd of 10,000 in the open air at Elland Road Football Ground. The address was part of a visit to Leeds by the Foreign Secretary in 1941.
[28]Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Ground, Visit to Leeds of Anthony Eden, Foreign Secretary5th July 1941 Military personnel and nursing staff parade before crowds at Elland Road Football Ground in the presence of the Foreign secretary, Anthony Eden. He is the tallest of the group of men standing on the dais to the left of the image.
[29]Elland Road Football stadium looking north over Wortley Recreation Ground from the West Stand (Beeston) (6 comments)
Elland Road Football stadium looking north over Wortley Recreation Ground from the West Stand1957. Image is taken from the recently re-constructed West Stand at Elland Road Football Stadium, home ground of Leeds United Football Club. Gutters are in the process of being fitted and the view looks north over Wortley Recreation Ground. It was taken by an employee of Marsh, Jones & Cribb of 101 Beeston Road who had the painting contract on the new West Stand. On 18th September 1956 the old West Stand was destroyed in a huge fire. St. Bartholomew's Church at Armley is visible on the horizon.
[30]Elland Road Football Stadium, Billy Bremner Statue (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, Billy Bremner Statue15th February 2008. View of the statue of Billy Bremner outside Leeds United's Elland Road Football Stadium. One of Leeds' most famous players, Bremner captained the successful 1960s/1970s team managed by Don Revie. Born in Stirling, Scotland on 9th December 1942, he made his debut for Leeds in 1960, becoming captain in 1966. During his time as captain Leeds won the League Cup and Fairs Cup in 1968, the League Championship in 1969 and 1974 and the F.A. Cup in 1972. He also captained Scotland, most notably in the 1974 World Cup. He left Leeds in 1976, but later returned for a spell as manager in the 1980s, though he was unable to recapture his earlier successes with the club. Bremner died in Doncaster on 7th December 1997.
[31]Elland Road Football Stadium, Entrance 15 (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, Entrance 1515th February 2008. View showing part of the Elland Road Football Stadium, seen from the road from which it takes its name. This is Entrance 15, leading to the South Stand Lower. The doors are all numbered, with 89 on the right being for concession tickets only.
[32]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United15th February 2008. View of Elland Road Stadium, home of Leeds United Football Club, seen from the car park on the corner of Wesley Street and Elland Road.
[33]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United15th February 2008. View of elland Road Stadium, the home ground of Leeds United Football Club, seen from the Elland Road side with the main entrance on Lowfields Road facing towards the right. An advertisement for LSS Waste Management, 'the big yellow skip people' adorns the side of the stand.
[34]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United15th February 2008. View of Elland Road showing the football stadium named after it, the home of Leeds United.
[35]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United15th February 2008. View showing part of the buildings of Elland Road Football Stadium, the ground of Leeds United F.C. Seen from the Elland Road end, this shows the Leeds United Members Club Matchday Office, Lottery Office, Shirt Printing and Leeds United Souvenir Shop.
[36]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United15th February 2008. View of Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United F.C. This is the front entrance, which faces onto Lowfields Road.
[37]Elland Road Football Stadium, Home of Leeds United Football Club. (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, Home of Leeds United Football Club.c1999. View of Elland road Football Stadium, home ground of Leeds United Football Club, from the east. The east stand bears the old 'white rose' club crest. In season 1998/1999 this was replaced by the current 'shield' version. The badge on the stand was modified later than it appeared on the shirts.
[38]Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United. (Beeston) (2 comments)
Elland Road Football Stadium, home of Leeds United.Undated. Image shows Elland Road Football Stadium, the home ground of Leeds United from the east. The east stand was replaced in 1992/93 and was the largest cantilever stand in the world at the time of building. It holds 17,000 spectators including 10,000 in the Family Stand on the bottom tier and 25 executive boxes.
[39]Elland Road Football Stadium, International Friendly between England and Sweden. (Beeston) (1 comment)
Elland Road Football Stadium, International Friendly between England and Sweden.8th June 1995. View of the International Friendly underway at Elland Road Football Stadium between England and Sweden. The score was 3-3 with the England goals scored by Teddy Sheringham, Captain David Platt and Darren Anderton. The match was attended by a crowd of over 32,000. Elland Road is the home of Leeds United Football Club.
[40]Elland Road Football Stadium, Leeds United Banqueting Suite (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, Leeds United Banqueting Suite15th February 2008. View of the Leeds United Banqueting suite at the west side of their Elland Road Footbball Stadium.
[41]Elland Road Football Stadium, west side (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, west side15th February 2008. View of the west side of Elland Road Football Stadium, home to Leeds United FC. In front is the Leeds United Banqueting Suite, which is available to hire for functions and can cater for parties of up to 500. Behind this is part of the West Stand with Entrances 1 and 2 visible.
[42]Elland Road Football Stadium, west side (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, west side15th February 2008. View of Elland Road Stadium, home to Leeds United Football Club, seen from the road from which it takes its name. This is the West Side, with the Leeds United Banqueting Suite seen facing forwards to the left of centre. On the right is the back of the West Stand.
[43]Elland Road Football Stadium, West Stand (Beeston)
Elland Road Football Stadium, West Stand15th February 2008. View showing the West Stand of Elland Road Football Stadium, home to Leeds United F.C. Just visible on the right is part of the Banqueting Suite.
[44]Elland Road Stadium, after Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final (Beeston)
Elland Road Stadium, after Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final23rd May 2017. Image of Elland Road Stadium, taken at dusk from the John Charles (West) Stand following the Leeds & District Football Association Senior Challenge Cup Final. This may well have been the last competitive game played before the roof of the stand was replaced as part of a facelift in readiness for the 2017/18 season. Coincidentally on the same date Andrea Radrizzani became the sole owner of Leeds United, acquiring 100% of the shares. On 28th June Mr Radrizzani's company purchased the Elland Road Stadium, bringing it back into the hands of the football club for the first time since 2004.
[45]Elland Road Stadium, Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final (Beeston)
Elland Road Stadium, Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final23rd May 2017. View shows Beeston St. Anthony's of the West Yorkshire League score their 6th goal in the Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final, at Elland Road Stadium. They defeated Real Moor AFC, of the Wakefield League, 6-2. Real Moor had fought back to level the score at 2-2 having earlier been 2-0 down. After Beeston restored their advantage with a third goal, they were awarded a hat-trick of late penalties to seal their 6-2 victory, the one pictured being the final one.
[46]Elland Road Stadium, Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final (Beeston)
Elland Road Stadium, Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final23rd May 2017. View shows local team Beeston St. Anthony's after being presented with the Leeds & District FA Senior Challenge Cup Final at Elland Road Stadium. They had defeated Real Moor, of the Wakefield League, 6-2 in the final after being awarded a hat-trick of late penalties. The presentation of the Cup took place under the roof of the West Stand, which would be replaced before Leeds United kicked off their 2017/18 season.
[47]Elland Road, aerial view (Beeston) (8 comments)
Elland Road, aerial view1967. Aerial view of Elland Road, running vertically up on the right of the picture, with Leeds United's football ground in the centre, and training grounds below. Warehouses can be seen to the left with Wortley Beck on the far left. Low Fields Road runs across at the top of the picture. On the right are Heath Road, Heath Mount and Heath Grove.
[48]Elland Road, aerial view (Churwell) (2 comments)
Elland Road, aerial viewUndated. Aerial view looking north-east showing Elland Road running through the centre from top left to bottom right. Leeds United football ground is on the top left and Churwell in the centre. Elland Road turns into Victoria Road as it moves towards Morley on the bottom right. Beeston can be seen at the top of the photograph.
[49]Elland Road, Crossley 702 and Crossley 712 buses (Beeston) (1 comment)
Elland Road, Crossley 702 and Crossley 712 buses1953 Two Crossley buses. On the left 712 registration no MNW 712 and to the left 702 registration MNW 702. Both are on 'special' service between City Square and Elland Road. This would be for spectators at Elland Road football ground. Taken in March 1953.
[50]Elland Road, Don Revie (Beeston)
Elland Road, Don Revie29th April 1969 Don Revie, manager of Leeds United Football Club at the Elland Road ground. He is seen holding telegrams congratulating him on his team winning the league championship with a record 67 points