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Search Aspect (High Royds Hospital )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Bradford Road, Menston (Menston)
Black & White image1953. Bradford Road, Menston, looking towards White Cross. On the right are part of the grounds of High Royds Hospital, closed 2002/3.
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Bradford Road, Menston (Menston) (2 comments)
Black & White image1953. Bradford Road, Menston, looking towards White Cross. On the right, one of the entrances to High Royds Hospital, due to be closed 2002/3 and the site redeveloped. As part of the redevelopment this road has been renamed High Royds Drive.
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Haymount Place, nos. 5 - 13 (Burmantofts)
Black & White image14th October 1958. A view of Haymount Place, left to right, numbers 5 to 13, taken from the Hill Street direction. These houses are uninhabited and due for demolition. This vicinity of Newtown has the recently opened (December 2002) Becklin Centre annexed to St James's Hospital. It is the reprovision of Inpatient and Outpatient Mental Health Services for adults and older people formerly at High Royds Hospitals Menston and the Roundhay Wing, St James's. Primrose High School is also in the vicinity.
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Haymount Row looking towards Hill Street (Lincoln Green) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th October 1958. Derelict housing on Haymount Row awaiting demolition. This area of Newtown is now part of Primrose High School and is in the vicinity of The Becklin Centre, a new provision for Mental Health to replace services at High Royds Hospital and the Roundhay Wing of St James's. It is part of St James's University Hospital.
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High Royds Hospital conversion (Menston)
Colour image14th March 2007. View showing part of the site of the former High Royds Hospital, in the process of being converted into a residential village.
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