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Search Aspect (Gipton Wood )
Location - Leeds & District

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Easterly Road, Thrift Stores (Gipton) (3 comments)
Black & White image21st October 1936. View of Thrift Stores at 176 Easterly Road with junction of Gipton Wood Road. Clifford Gunby, butchers can be seen on the right at 174 with Marjorie Stokoe, Ladies Hairdresser just visible next door.
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Gipton Wood (Gipton) (1 comment)
Colour image12th March 2006. View of Gipton Wood. It was taken at a point about 50 metres into the wood from the entrance at the top of Gipton Wood Place.
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Leeds Golf Club Course, entrance from Elmete Lane (Roundhay)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the driveway entrance from Elmete Lane to the Leeds Golf Club Course. On the left a sign orders cars to slow their speed. On the right the golf course is visible. The first golf in this area was played in 1890 when horse pastures were rented for a period of three years before the players moved on to form Roundhay Club on Wetherby Road. Leeds Golf Club was established in 1896 after a meeting was held in the Gipton Wood Inn. A decision was made to take out a lease of the land at an annual rent of £25. The horse pastures originally used by the previous golfers now form the top nine of the present Leeds Club Golf Course. The Roundhay Club merged with the Leeds Golf Club in 1900. The club is known locally as 'Cobble Hall'.
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Old Toll House, Roundhay Road (Roundhay) (2 comments)
Black & White image5th April 1916. Low stone cottage which was Gipton Wood Tool Bar and House. This view is from Roundhay Road, looking at the junction with Harehills Lane, which is on the right. It was demolished in October 1921 for road widening. Three posters for the Harehills Picture House, which opened in 1912. A milk churn is at the pavement edge.
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Old Toll House, Roundhay Road (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th April 1916. This was the Gipton Wood Toll Bar and House. It was demolished in 1921 for road widening. To the left is Roundhay Road, right Harehills Lane. Advertisements for the Harehills Picture House which had opened in 1912. It finally closed in 1963.
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