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[51]Cricketers Place no. 27 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Place no. 2731st May 1965. On the left edge of this view, part of number 25 Cricketers Place is visible. In the centre is number 27, a large, decorative building. On the gable end is a straight-edged bay window with double, arched windows above, then an attic window on the top floor. The boundary wall of St Bartholomew's Church grounds can be seen on the right edge.
[52]Cricketers Place nos. 1, 3 (Armley) (2 comments)
Cricketers Place nos. 1, 331st May 1965. View looks from Wesley Road onto properties on Cricketers Place. In the background is part of St Bartholomew's School, with the spire of the church in the background. Number 1 Cricketers Place is visible in the centre with number 3 following to the right. A dog lies on the pavement.
[53]Cricketers Place nos. 10 - 14 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Place nos. 10 - 149th June 1965. View looks onto back to back properties on the even-numbered side of Cricketers Place. Numbers run from 14 to 10 left to right with the doorway of number 8 just visible on the right edge. Number 14 has a windowbox on the lower sill.
[54]Cricketers Place nos. 15, 17 (Armley)
Cricketers Place nos. 15, 1731st May 1965 View shows two properties on Cricketers Place, numbers 15 & 17 are visible. These houses backed onto part of the burial ground adjoining St Bartholomew's Church. Houses are situated between two outside toilet blocks.
[55]Cricketers Place nos. 19, 21 (Armley)
Cricketers Place nos. 19, 2131st May 1965. Two properties on Cricketers Place. Number 19 is on the left with number 21 following to the right. Number 21 has leaded lights and both properties have decorative capitals and keystones on the door arches. These houses backed onto the grounds of St Bartholomew's Church.
[56]Cricketers Place nos. 2 - 6 (Armley) (2 comments)
Cricketers Place nos. 2 - 628th May 1965. View looks from Wesley Road onto back to back houses on Cricketers Place. Number 6 is visible on the left edge followed to the right by an outside toilet block, then numbers 4 & 2. Number 2 had been a shop although at the time of this view it was used as a residential property.
[57]Cricketers Place nos. 23 - 27 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Place nos. 23 - 2731st May 1965. Odd numbered properties on Cricketers Place, numbers run from 23 to 27 left to right. Outside toilet blocks are visible on the left edge and between numbers 25 & 27. The front door of number 23 is glazed in a sunrise style. Number 25 has leaded lights and window boxes on the lower sills. A car is parked in the centre.
[58]Cricketers Place nos. 5 - 9 (Armley)
Cricketers Place nos. 5 - 931st May 1965. Three houses on the odd-numbered side of Cricketers Place which backed onto St. Bartholomew's school. Numbers run from 5 to 9, left to right. There is a storage area for dustbins and a gateway to outside toilets on the left.
[59]Cricketers Place nos. 6 - 10 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Place nos. 6 - 109th June 1965. On the left edge of this view, part of number 12 Cricketers Place is visible. Numbers 10 to 6 then follow to the right, where an outside toilet block and a bricked-up midden is visible.
[60]Cricketers Place nos. 9 - 13 (Armley)
Cricketers Place nos. 9 - 1331st May 1965. Three properties on the odd-numbered side of Cricketers Place, numbers run from 9 to 13 left to right, with outside toilet blocks on the right edge. On the wall is a fire hydrant indicator plate. In the background part of St Bartholomew's School is visible. A bicycle is laid down in the road outside number 13.
[61]Cricketers Street (Armley)
Cricketers Street28th May 1965. View looks onto the wooden-gated entrance to a small passageway which followed a zig-zag course to lead through to outside toilets on Southfield Mount. To the right are two windows belonging to number 4 Cricketers Street. The arches above the windows are made up of different coloured and specially shaped bricks known as voussoirs. The keystones of the arches are decorated with a leaf motif.
[62]Cricketers Street nos. 1, 3 (Armley) (3 comments)
Cricketers Street nos. 1, 328th May 1965. View looks from Wesley Road onto the end of Cricketers Street where numbers 1 & 3 are visible. These are back to back houses. In the background, the spire of St Bartholomew's church is visible. The foundation stone of this church was laid in 1872.
[63]Cricketers Street nos. 15 - 19 (Armley)
Cricketers Street nos. 15 - 1928th May 1965. Three back to back houses on Cricketers Street. Numbers run from 15 to 19, left to right following an outside toilet block visible on the left edge. Numbers 15 & 17 are single-fronted while number 19 is double-fronted.
[64]Cricketers Street nos. 16 - 22 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Street nos. 16 - 2228th May 1965. Even-numbered back to back houses on Cricketers Street. Numbers run from 22-16, left to right. Access to outside toilets can be seen on the right. A pram stands outside number 18.
[65]Cricketers Street nos. 2, 4 (Armley)
Cricketers Street nos. 2, 428th May 1965. On the left of this view numbers 4 and 2 Cricketers Street are visible. These are blind back properties with a small alleyway separating them from Southfield Mount, the gable end of which is visible on the right. View looks from Wesley Road.
[66]Cricketers Street nos. 5 - 9 (Armley)
Cricketers Street nos. 5 - 928th May 1965. Three odd numbered back to backs on Cricketers Street. Numbers run from 5 to 9, left to right. Houses are single fronted. An entrance with a wooden gate seen on the left gives access to outside toilets.
[67]Cricketers Street nos. 6 - 8 (Armley)
Cricketers Street nos. 6 - 828th May 1965. View shows two blind back houses on Cricketers Street. Number 8 is on the left where a lady stands, number 6 then follows to the right. At the base of the wall of number 6 is an elaborate door covering a coal-hole which would lead down to the cellar. The door is wooden unlike the more usual metal ones.
[68]Cricketers Street nos. 8 - 14 (Armley) (1 comment)
Cricketers Street nos. 8 - 1428th May 1965. Single fronted properties on the even numbered side of Cricketers Street. Numbers run from 14 to 8, left to right. These houses were blind backs separated from houses on Southfield Mount by a narrow passageway. Outside toilets can be seen on the left edge with a dustbin and street lamp in front.
[69]Cricketers Street nos. 9 - 13 (Armley)
Cricketers Street nos. 9 - 1328th May 1965. Odd-numbered back to back properties on Cricketers Street, numbers run from 9 to 13, left to right. On the right is the wall of an outside toilet block and a storage area for dustbins. Next to the doorway of number 13 is a sign giving directions to the nearest fire hydrant. The letters FP on the indicator plate stand for Fire Point and the distance given is 10 feet.
[70]Croft House Drive, Under Construction (Morley)
Croft House Drive, Under ConstructionMay 1963. In the 1960s a large area of land between Church Street, New Bank Street, Victoria Road and King George Avenue was developed with semi-detached bungalow dwellings. Because it was near to H. H. Asquith's birthplace, Croft House, the region came to be known as the Croft House Estate. Here, the first road of the new development, Croft House Drive is being driven parallel to New Bank Street towards the old Plate Road. The rhubarb sheds and fields along the Plate Road can be seen in the distance behind the bungalows. On the left was Morley's original flower show ground which later housed Morley Nelson Cricket Club's field. This was the forerunner of Morley C. B. and A. Club along Scatcherd Lane. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[71]Croft House Estate (Morley)
Croft House EstateMay 1963. These bungalows on the Croft House Estate are being built on the field behind the Nelson Arms Hotel that,for 50 years after the enclosure of the Commons in 1818, were the centre of the community as the flower show ground and main cricket ground. Two matches were played here in 1862 and 1863 between the All England XI and XXII of Morley and District. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[72]Cross flatts Park, Football and Basketball facilities (Beeston)
Cross flatts Park, Football and Basketball facilitiesFebruary 2007. Image shows recently constructed Football and Basketball facilities in Cross Flatts Park. Funding has been provided by the Lawn Tennis Association, The Football Foundation, Leeds City Council, Government's Single Regeneration Buget and Green Leeds Ltd. Sports facilities also included a cricket pracice area, Mini Tennis Courts and 3 floodlit Macadam tennis courts.
[73]Cross Flatts Park, Lawn Tennis Association City Tennis Club Courts. (Beeston) (1 comment)
Cross Flatts Park, Lawn Tennis Association City Tennis Club Courts.February 2007. Image shows three floodlit macadam tennis courts which opened in 2005 in Cross Flatts Park. a grant of £65,000 came from the Lawn Tennis Association as part of a Community Club Development fund through Sport England. The development which includes Mini Tennis Courts, a cricket practice area, five-a-side football pitch, and changing and toilet facilities, cost a total of £440,000. Other contributors within the partnership included The Football Foundation, Leeds City Council, Government's Single regeneration and Green Leeds Ltd. The new club is one of 28 City Tennis Clubs throughout the county.
[74]Cross Gates Cricket Club, pavilion (Cross Gates) (4 comments)
Cross Gates Cricket Club, pavilionUndated. View of Cross Gates Cricket Club showing the pavilion with a line of men seated outside, including some in white cricketing outfits.
[75]Cross Gates Cricket Club, team photograph (Cross Gates)
Cross Gates Cricket Club, team photographUndated. Team photograph of the Cross Gates Cricket Club team.
[76]Cross Green Lane, The Bridgefield (Cross Green) (2 comments)
Cross Green Lane, The BridgefieldNovember 2008. View of the former Bridgefield public house on Cross Green Lane, taken from Pontefract Lane near the cricket club. The building is falling into a state of disrepair but may be rescued as notices advertising 'units to let following refurbishment' can be seen.
[77]Danube View nos. 37 - 41 (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Danube View nos. 37 - 41Undated, Three back-to-back houses at the end of Danube View. To the left is 37, in the centre 39 has been boarded up and 41 is to the right. A cricket pitch had been over the wall on the right.
[78]Dean Hall Mill, aerial photograph (Morley)
Dean Hall Mill, aerial photographSeptember 1933. Aerial photograph showing the whole of J. & D. Brooks' Dean Hall Mill. The mill, originally Morley Finishing Mill, was built with two dams in 1872. Later it became a typical union cloth mill with three major blocks of building. In the foreground are rhubarb fields and sheds off Bruntcliffe Lane with a block of terrace houses called West View. On the right the newly completed through road of Corporation Street comes into Bruntcliffe Lane. To the left of the mill are the sports grounds of J. & S. Rhodes' Ltd, showing three tarmac tennis courts, a crown green bowling green with sports pavilion to one side and part of the large cricket field to the other side. Directly behind the mill are two grass tennis courts of Morley Tennis Club, the houses around Morris Place and the Dartmouth Feast Ground with roundabouts on it. At the entrance to the Feast Ground is the Dartmouth Arms public house. On the other side of the main road from this is Morley Hole with houses around the edge and some at the bottom. On the top left of the picture houses are built on Nepshaw Lane and one side of Asquith Avenue with fields between the other side and Ingle Grove that were soon to be filled with houses. The Ingle estate is in the top left hand corner of the picture, Victoria Road goes off at the middle top and Prospect Mill, Providence Mill and Victoria Mill are at the top right. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[79]Dean Hall Mills, tractor from Lindley's farm (Morley)
Dean Hall Mills, tractor from LindleySeptember 1961. View of J. & D. Brook's Dean Hall Mills. Directly in front of this was the cricket ground of J. & S. Rhodes' Sports Club. The field of barley to the north of this is seen here being worked by Lindley's farmers. The water tower and chimney of J. & S. Rhodes' Queen's Mill is visible over the roof of the old Finishing Mill. Further along is the tower of the Town Hall which, during the fire there a month before this picture was taken, resulted in much damage to the wooden dome. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[80]Dewsbury Rd Newsagents (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Dewsbury Rd Newsagents30th December 1938 View of newsagent on corner of Garnet Rd and Dewsbury Road. Double fronted stationer and tobacconist. No289 premises of Alfred Fox. Visable is entrance to Hunslet Cricket and Football Cluban right. In front of shop is cigarette machine.
[81]Dewsbury Road and Parkside Lane (Hunslet) (41 comments)
Dewsbury Road and Parkside LaneUndated. This view shows land east of Dewsbury Road near Parkside Lane. Looking across the Hunslet Cricket ground and the Hunslet Rugby League ground towards Old Run Road.
[82]Dewsbury Road nos. 41 - 63 (Hunslet) (12 comments)
Dewsbury Road nos. 41 - 6330th May 1963 Part of Dewsbury Road in view, on the left is the junction with Jack Lane. The shop on the corner is a newsagents, number 41 Dewsbury Road, business of Emily Tillotson. Moving right, 43 is a watch and clock repair shop next, 45 is a shop then 47, 49 are boarded up. At 51 is the Cricketers Arms public house, serving Ind. Coope Beer. Numbering continues in sequence to the right ending at the corner with the blind down is 63. Matthews grocers. In the top right corner a clock and Tetley's sign are outside the Parkfield Hotel, another public house.
[83]Dewsbury Road nos. 51 - 63 (Hunslet) (4 comments)
Dewsbury Road nos. 51 - 6330th May 1963 To the left side is the cricketers arms public house, number 51, serving Ind Coope beer. Moving right, 53 is a vacant shop, previously Cameron's tailors. Next 53 is the premises of Lockhart and Co. dealing in glassware and decorations. Number 57 has the name 'Sylvia' in the window. A newsagents is at 59, D and R Stennett, 61 is a house. At the corner with Parkfield Street is C. Matthew's, grocer. This shop has blinds over the windows.
[84]Dog and Gun Inn, 579 York Road (Gipton) (8 comments)
Dog and Gun Inn, 579 York Road8th December 1932. Parts of the Dog and Gun date back to the 1700s. An extension was added to the West side in 1936 as trade increased with housing development on the Gipton estate and increasing traffic. In the 1980s a mock-Tudor frontage was added. There was a bowling green to the rear, also Albion cricket ground. A notice advertises lunches, teas and suppers with parking for cars and charabancs. Licensees were Charles Lees and Percy Lees.
[85]East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road (East Ardsley)
East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road2005. A metal sign displays information about East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club situated in Bradford Road. In 2002, the Cricket Club celebrated its 125th anniversary, having been established in 1877. The team began playing in a field behind the Black Swan Public House and transferred to the Jeffrey Field in 1882.
[86]East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road (East Ardsley)
East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road2005. East Ardsley United Cricket Club began in 1877 when a team was put together and held matches at the rear of the Black Swan Public House. The Club moved to the Jeffrey field in 1882. When the pitch was laid out at a cost of £3.10s ( £3.50p ). East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club now have their own clubhouse, seen here, incorporating dressing rooms, kitchen and bar complex.
[87]East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road ( A650 ) (East Ardsley)
East Ardsley United Cricket & Athletic Club, Bradford Road ( A650 )2005. View of East Ardsley United Cricket Club. A sign in large lettering states that the Cricket Club was established in 1877. Seats are arranged on the balcony of the first floor. The Cricket Club is a member of the Central Yorkshire League. It is located opposite the Bay Horse Public House close to junction 41 of the M1, on the A650.
[88]Ernest Smith, Morley Cricketer (Morley) (1 comment)
Ernest Smith, Morley CricketerUndated. Photograph of Ernest Smith, a noted Morley cricketer. Born on 19th October 1869 he was the youngest son of William Smith, author of "Morley Ancient and Modern". He received a triple blue at Oxford University in cricket, rugby and association football and later played for Yorkshire, being in the Championship winning side of 1893. Despite being known as one of the games' greatest hitters, in the last game of the season he batted for 60 minutes without scoring when Yorkshire needed to avoid defeat to win the Championship. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[89]Fountain Street, Morley Temperance Hall (Morley)
Fountain Street, Morley Temperance HallC1907 View of Morley Temperance Hall and a parade of shops at the bottom of Fountain Street. It was built in 1895 with wrought iron railings as an intergral part of the architecture, as were the railings of the Ebenezer Primitive Methodist Chapel from whose steps the photograph was taken. The Temperance Hall was a well-known venue for silent movies in the years around the 1914-18 war. The lean-to shed at the side of the building has several posters advertising excursions from the nearby Great Northern Station (Morley Top), and one for Morley v. Birstall at cricket. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive
[90]Foxwood School (Seacroft) (40 comments)
Foxwood SchoolConcrete area in front of Foxwood School now the East Leeds Family Learning Centre. To the right, a group of boys play cricket in the playground.
[91]Frank Sugg Ltd, letterhead (City Centre) (1 comment)
Frank Sugg Ltd, letterheadc.1900 Letterhead from a bill for Frank Sugg Ltd., 'manufacturers of cricket, football, hockey, tennis, golf, croquet, fishingtackle and gymnasia',12 Lord Street,Liverpool, 4 New Station Street, Leeds.
[92]Friends' School, Low Green, seen from Cliffe Lane (Rawdon)
Friends9th December 1980. View of the, former premises of the Friends' School at Low Green off Cliffe Lane. The photographer is standing in Cliffe Lane looking into a yard surrounded by very old stone buildings. The Society of Friends (Quaker Movement) began to build schools in the early 1830s, initially to provide religious guidance and education to families who were not of the Society but who did attend meetings of worship. Part of the building was originally a wool warehouse and the money for conversion was raised by subscription by 1832. (The school opened on 2nd April 1832). It celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 1882 when an open day was held which included an exhibition of work and an old scholar's cricket match. At the time of this image the premises were occupied by various small businesses. There are signs for Moorland Press, Commercial Printers and Print Designers and Aireborough Eng Co. Ltd. Sheet Metal and General Engineers.
[93]Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground27th July 1927. Her Royal Highness, Princess Mary attends a garden party held at Headingley Cricket Ground. The Princess carries an impressive bouquet of carnations and trailing fern and is escorted by Sir Edwin Airey, of the building company, William Airey and Son Leeds Ltd. The Lady Mayoress walks behind the Princess and the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton brings up the rear of the procession.
[94]Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground27th July 1927 Her Royal Highness, Princess Mary on her arrival at Headingley Cricket Ground to attend the childrens Palace Garden Party. Sir Edwin Airey of the building firm William Airey and Son Leeds Ltd. bows as he greets the Princess. The Lady Mayoress, Ella Lupton can be seen to the right of the Princess with her back to the camera. The cricket pavillion can be seen in the background.
[95]Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground27th July 1927 Her Royal Highness Princess Mary recieves a curtsey as she is presented with a bouquet of Carnations at the Childrens Palace Garden Party held at Headingley Cricket Ground. Sir Edwin Airey, a former Lord Mayor of Leeds (1923) and of William Airey and Son (Leeds) Ltd, the building company, stands to the left of the Princess. Far right in top hat and chains of office is the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton. The weather appears to be uncertain as the party are carrying umbrellas. Headingley Cricket Pavillion can be seen in the background.
[96]Garforth Cricket Club, team photograph (Garforth) (5 comments)
Garforth Cricket Club, team photograph1931. View shows the Second Team of Garforth Cricket Club in 1931, posing with the Riley-Smith Shield which they won in consecutive seasons from 1928 through to 1932. It was taken outside the pavilion at the Church Lane Cricket Ground. Players pictured, from left to right, are: back row - 3 unknown, then Sidney Stead, Maurice Gent, Joe Glover, unknown, George 'Codge' Kilburn, Alvera Pickersgill; middle row - Harold Siberry, Billy Gent, John Goodall, Wilf Kilburn; front row - Ronnie Backhouse, unknown.
[97]Garforth Parochial School, cricket team (Garforth)
Garforth Parochial School, cricket teamc1933-34. View of Garforth Parochial School cricket team in 1933-34. Mr. Rayson, headmaster, is on the right. Team members are, from left : back row - Ian Maskill, Jim Shipton, Jim Nicholson, Ernest Lambert, middle row - Hemsworth or Goodall, Maurice Barber, Tom Kirk, Eddie Walker, unknown; front row - Wilf Brook and Harold Bramley. A trophy is displayed at the front.
[98]Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, cricket match (Gledhow)
Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, cricket matchAugust 1915 View shows a game of cricket taking place in the grounds of Gledhow Hall while it was being used as a military hospital during the First World War. A team of nurses, seen here batting, are taking on a team of patients from the hospital.
[99]Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, Nurses cricket team (Gledhow)
Gledhow Hall Military Hospital, Nurses cricket teamAugust 1915 View shows a team of nurses from Gledhow Hall Military Hospital who played a game of cricket against a team of soldiers from the hospital in August 1915. The nurses are wearing the full nurses uniforms which they wore for playing the game.
[100]Grange Park and Cricket Pavilion (Wetherby)
Grange Park and Cricket Pavilion February 1981 View of Grange Park, the venue for the Wetherby show, and covering 201 acres. The land was sold in 1984 for £390,000 to David Hudson who became Chairman of the Wetherby Agricultural Society, the organisers of the Wetherby show since 1840. The cricket pavilion, in the centre, was situated in Wetherby club cricket ground leased in Grange Park for £150 per annum. The construction of the new A1. Wetherby by-pass to relieve traffic congestion in the town forced the removal of the pavilion, and it was ceremoniously burned down in 1986, 60 years after it was built.