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Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View of Whitehall Road and Station Road (Drighlington) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd August 1968, View of Whitehall Road and Station Road. In the foreground of the image is the Yorkshire Egg Packers Company Limited with the plasticisers on the right and council estates in the background.
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Aerial View, Whitehall Road (Drighlington) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd August 1968, View south over Whitehall Road towards Adwalton Moor and Station Road. In the foreground is Yorkshire Egg Packers and beyond Plasticers Ltd and Barbon's Textile Mill. There is a football pitch at the top left hand corner and a reservoir to the right.
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Albert Road, from Troy Road (Morley)
Colour imageApril 1969. Part of Albert Road from Troy Road. Some of the houses look to have extra storeys at the back which would take them down to ground level on Station Road. In the distance there is much new housing at Middleton, and Skelton Grange power station is visible. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albert Road, from Troy Road (Morley)
Colour imageAugust 1967. Looking at the face of the old town's quarry behind the Rock Inn from Troy Road. Part of Albert Road can be seen, aa well as Station Road Park, Crank Mill chimney, New Bank Street and parts of Leeds in the distance, with Skelton Grange Power Station on the far horizon. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albert Road, The Rock Inn (Morley) (2 comments)
Colour imageJanuary 1965. View of the end of the row on Albert Road which accommodates the Rock Inn, so called because of the steep rock face behind it, between Station/Albert Road and Troy Road, above which was Morley's first quarry. The spot where the car is parked was the site of the pinder's cottage. It was the job of the pinder to return animals that had strayed on to the cropland back to the common grazing land - the Low Common starting about the position of the Rock Inn and extending to the left. The Local Board of Health renamed the 'Low Common' 'Albert Road' in 1866 and 'Churwell Lane' became 'Victoria Road' in the same year. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Armley Moor Health Centre, from Station Road (Armley)
Colour image2007. Image shows a side view of Armley Moor Health Centre, which has a blue frontage on Town Street at number 95. The approach is off Station Road. The centre was opened by the Honourable John Battle M.P. in January 2006, and offers a wide variety of services to Armley residents.
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Arndale Centre, interior view (Cross Gates) (5 comments)
Colour imageUndated. Interior view of the Arndale Shopping Centre on Station Road. Shops visible include Leyland Paint and Wallpaper Ltd., the Hot Bread Kitchen and Bancrofts Cards. Seating is arranged in the middle of the aisle. The Arndale Centre was built in the 1960s.
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Austhorpe Road, junction with Station Road (Cross Gates) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Austhorpe Road looking towards the junction with Station Road, taken sometime in the early 20th century. On the right is Thompson's grocers then next to this the Travellers Rest public house. In the background are Cross Gates Farm, left, and the Police Station, centre. Two men with handcarts can be seen in the middle of the road.
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Austhorpe Road, nos. 2-8 (Cross Gates) (5 comments)
Black & White image30th June 1980 A parade of shops on Austhorpe Road, showing, from left, No.8 Kiddie Care children's wear, No.6 Crossgates camera centre, No.4. A.W.Scott, baker and confectioner and No.2 Foster menswear. On the far right the National Westminster Bank can just be seen; this faces on to Station Road.
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Austhorpe Road, railway bridge and signal box (Cross Gates)
Black & White imagec1900-10. Looking south along Austhorpe Road showing the bridge across the Leeds & Selby railway with the railway signal box to the right. This stretch of road is now known as Austhorpe Lane. The photo was taken by Mr. John W. Hague, who had a newsagents shop at no.15 Station Road.
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Austhorpe Road. postcard (Cross Gates)
Black & White imagec1905. Postcard with a postmark of 26th August 1905 showing Austhorpe Road looking towards the junction with Station Road. On the right, with a lady standing in the doorway, is Thompson's grocers, then on the corner is the Travellers Rest public house. A man with a horse and cart can be seen on the road. In the background are Cross Gates Farm, to the left, and the Police Station , centre.
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Birstall Lane, The Railway (Drighlington) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Birstall Lane showing The Railway, a Tetley public house, situated by the junction with Station Road.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.View along Boar Lane, past the junctions with Mill Hill, Basinghall Street and New Station Road. The Observatory is on the right and Leeds Shopping Plaza is on the left. Pedestrians and traffic lights are in the foreground and traffic can be seen.
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Bondgate, south side (Otley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec Nov-Dec 1976. View shows the south side of Bondgate, looking from the junction with Kirkgate, with Station Road leading up towards The Chevin on the right. On the corner, at no.1 Bondgate, is Maxine's hair stylists and beauticians. Next follows a group of Grade II listed buildings numbered 3-9; 3 is Britton's provisions, 5 and 7 are private dwellings and 9 is Bondgage Fisheries. These date from the mid 18th century, with the year 1753 marked above the door of no.5; no.3 is reputed to have once been the home of Thomas Chippendale. To the left of the photo is Bondgate House, home of the Department of Health and Social Security.
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Bondgate, telephone Box (Otley)
Black & White image1988 View of a telephone box situated on Bondgate, near the corner with Station Road. On the right is the Cobblestones tea room, reputed to have once been the home of Thomas Chippendale; a round plaque on the wall displays this fact.
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Bridge over L N E R (Cross Gates) (2 comments)
Black & White image30th March 1931. View down Station Road towards bridge over L N E R with Cold Well Road on the right (now Coldwell Road). Before the bridge, on the left is The Station Hotel. Across the bridge is the cinema called The Picture House at this time. Later, on 5th October 1938, the name changed from the Picture House to the Ritz. The cinema opened on 5th August 1920 with a showing of 'Master of my Fate', and closed on 16th May 1965 with 'Hell to Eternity' starring Vic Damone. The premises are now demolished. Down Cold Well Road is a semi detached house with bay windows with stained glass.
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Burras Lane, Station Road junction (Otley)
Black & White image25th April 1979. View of Burras Lane showing the junction with Station Road on the left. Dacre, Son & Hartley, estate agents, is in the centre, with cars parked at the side.
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Chapel Hill from Morley Bottoms (Morley)
Black & White imageJanuary 1921. View of Chapel Hill from Morley Bottoms with a light covering of snow. On the left are three storey shop properties, including a milinery specialists followed by J.W. Clapham, the herbalist also of Vicar Lane, Leeds. The end of the block has arched windows with three shops at ground level. This is the Conservative Club dating from 1899. Then the snow covered slope of the steps up to Bank Street are just visible. On the right william Baxter's Fish, Game and Poultry merchant's can be seen at the junction with Station Road. This is the first property in a row numbered 2 - 6 Chapel Hill at one side and 1 to 9 Station Road at the other. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Chapel Hill from Troy Road (Morley) (2 comments)
Colour imageDecember 1962. A snowy view over Chapel Hill from Troy Road on a dull, wintry day. Moving from the bottom to the top, on the left hand side there are a block of red brick lock-up shops; three storey housing with a kiosk paper shop on Station Road, with shops round the other side on Chapel Hill; the Morley Conservative Club; Bank House, a doctor's living quarters and surgery; the large three storey block of 1934 of prospect Mills. Bank Street between Bank House and the Conservative Club contains much old housing including the original Carrier's Arms. Much of the pedestrian movement around this part of town leading to Morley Bottoms was up and down long flights of steps into the slopes of the valley stream which has been culverted under Station Road. Photograph by Len Sanderson, part of the David Atkinson Archive.
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Chapel Hill, from a painting by Eric Farr (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows a painting by Eric Farr, done in the early 1970s, taken from an 1884 picture looking down Chapel Hill. This original photograph shows where shops that separated Brunswick Street from Chapel Hill, at the bottom of Scatcherd Hill, had been demolished and Cheapside that replaced them was built in 1895. The beginning of the long series of steps up to Bank Street is shown and some wooden sheds for boot repairers. On the opposite side of the road, the block before the turn in to Station Road still stands but the red brick shops further up the hill were demolished before the Second World War and replaced by advertisement hoardings. New shops were also built facing the bottom of Chapel Hill. The two buildings on Dawson Hill in the background are Morley Hall, still a private house at this time, and the Rehoboth Chapel. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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