|||Aerial View, Gipton (Gipton) (34 comments)
Aerial view of the Gipton area. In the top left corner are fields which lay behind Killingbeck Hospital, off Wykebeck Valley Road. Up to the right corner area of housing is Coldcotes Circus, then a corner of Harehills Park is in view. Bottom right Foundry Drive has a roundabout then the Fairway public house.
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|||Amberton Approach (Gipton) (2 comments)
|25th May 1937.
At the junction with Oak Tree Drive, Oakwood Lane and Amberton Approach. Number 2 Greengrocer and Fishmonger business Almond brothers were the owners.
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|||Amberton Approach, shops. (Gipton) (9 comments)
|14th October 1937.
Parade of shops on Amberton Approach, Oakwood Lane. From left to right are Jarrett Bros, P. Bennett, confectioner, Almonds fish and fruit, Mittons Newsagent.
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|||Bowling Green, Fearnville Recreation Ground (Gipton)
|7th September 2000.
View of one of the bowling greens at Fearnville Recreation Ground, just off Oakwood Lane.
People can be seen on the green and at the bowling hut at the far side of the green.
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|||Brander Mount, children (Gipton) (3 comments)
View shows a group of children pictured on Brander Mount, taken on a Whit Sunday when all were dressed in their best outfits. Those in the picture include Bobby and Dennis McGrath, Pauline Brady, Anne Kennedy, Diane and Sylvia Harrison, Dorothy Langley, Helen Mitchell and Dennis and Johnny Ainsley. Semi-detached houses are seen in the background.
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