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Search Aspect (HAIGH ROAD )
Location - Leeds & District

Haigh Road Estate, flats (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1950s. Pictured are flats on the Haigh Road Estate, built after the Second World War. These buildings are on Queensway, to the south of Haigh Road.
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Haigh Road, junction (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image1931. Junction of Wood Lane with Haigh Road showing view of Rothwell Baptist church Row of terraced houses beyond it.
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Rothwell Cemetery. (Rothwell)
Black & White image1931. View looking out over Rothwell Cemetery, Haigh Road, Rothwell Haigh. Arnold Sand Quarry are visible to left of photograph Gurling Concrete works is in the centre.
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Wood Lane, Spibey Road junction (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows tram number 210 at the Spibey Lane stop on Wood Lane. Spibey, Lane, previously known as Windmill Road, can be seen on the right. wood Lane and the roads around it were designated in 1873 under the enclosure of Rothwell Haigh Park; Wood Lane was an ancient right of Way through the park. Haigh Road would have been on the far right, just out of shot. The shop that can be seen on the corner of Spibey Lane and Wood Lane is now a fancy dress shop.
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