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Aerial View over Chapeltown and Harehills (Harehills)
Black & White image1983. Aerial view over Chapeltown and Harehills from Roseville Road, part of which is seen in the bottom left-hand corner. Roseville Works is visible at the bottom edge. The camera looks across an area densely populated with red brick streets. On the right, the large brick building with decorative gables is the former Kepler Council School which was later known as Roseville County Secondary School. It fronts Gledhow Road. Another school is visible towards the top left. It has two towers with pointed roofs and dutch-style gables. This is the former Gipton Board School, built in 1897, and fronting Harehills Road between Conway Street and Conway Mount. It became Harehills County Secondary School and the Harehills Middle School. The line of Harehills Lane runs horizontally along the top edge and Kershaw Works can be seen at number 200. This was the Rank Optics factory but at the time of this image it had been vacated and was about to be purchased by Leeds City Council.
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Aerial View, Hudson Road (Harehills) (11 comments)
Black & White image1930 Image shows aerial view of Hudson Road. On the left are terraced houses and on the right the rooftops of the Burton factory. In the background are fields.
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Air Raid Shelter (Harehills)
Black & White image12th November 1938. Stanley Road Harehills. Air Raid Shelter, at Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor under construction, showing interior brickwalls and roof beams. The site of the Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor is between Stanley Road and Florence Street, with the latter over the wall to the right. In the background are several 2 wheeled carts and a van. To the left, out of view was the Tramway depot along the north west boundary of the site with tracks exiting the building into Stanley Road. This later became a diinfestation centre by 1971. The refuse destructor is in the centre of the site to the left.
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Air Raid Shelter (Harehills)
Black & White image12th November 1938. At Stanley Road Refuse Destructor, air raid shelter under construction. Shows roof joists (at ground level). Workmen with spades are on site. The area has a high brick wall at the back with a large wooden gate.
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Air Raid Shelter (Harehills)
Black & White image12th November 1938. Air Raid shelter under construction at Stanley Road Refuse Destructor. Three workmen with tools and wheelbarrow can be seen. A shed in the back ground. Also in background is Refuse Destructor.
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