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A Vista of Adel Church, postcard (Adel)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of the historic Adel Church, seen from the west gate on Church Lane.
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A.R.P. Rescue Centre, training exercise (Killingbeck)
Black & White image1940. Image shows a training exercise taking place at the A.R.P. (Air Raid Precaution) Rescue Centre in Selby Road. The demonstration is being observed by a group of invited dignitaries. The tall man wearing a dark overcoat and hat is Anthony Eden, who was Secretary of State for War in Churchill's government through much of 1940. Seen directly behind the man in the rescue harness is William Noel Slee who was in charge of the unit. He lived in the Fearnvilles, Leeds 8. On the right the man, wearing glasses and a light coloured jacket, is Maurice Tomlinson, the proprietor of J. Tomlinson & Son, builders of Bath Road, Leeds 11, and also the manager of the A.R.P. Rescue Centre. He lived on the road to Temple Newsom in Whitkirk. The single storey buildings of the Centre were demolished but the foundations still remain. The road is now known as Killingbeck Bridge.
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Abbey Grange School (West Park) (35 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Abbey Grange Church of England Secondary School was opened on October 11th 1962 by H.R.H. The Princess Royal (at this time The Princess Royal was Princess Mary, Countess of Harewood and only daughter of King George V). The school occupies a site which was once a farm belonging to Kirkstall Abbey just off Butcher Hill. This view shows the end wall of the main teaching block.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of abbey Road looking towards Leeds City Centre. On the left, the building with decorative gable is the Abbey Cinema with two small properties adjoining, numbers 28 and 30. After number 28 is the junction with Tordoff Place and Church Street. A number 3 tram with Harehills destination is travelling on Abbey Road.
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Abbey Road nos. 22 - 26, Church Street (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image1959 View looks from Abbey Road, on the left is number 26, the West End House. Moving right, number 24 is a fruit store run by W. and H. Perry. Number 22 follows then the odd numbered side of Church Street.
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