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2nd Northern General Hospital, Beckett's Park, Training College (Headingley) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, The teacher training college at Beckett's Park was built in 1913. During the First World War it was converted to a military hospital. It was officially called the 2nd Northern General Hospital but was more commonly referred to as Beckett's Park Hospital. There were 3200 beds and the hospital treated 57,200 soldiers between 1914 to 1918. The hospital was gradually returned to educational uses until the outbreak of the Second World War when it was used to treat the Dunkirk wounded. The college is now part of Leeds Metropolitan University.
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Aerial View of Headingley Cricket and Rugby Grounds (Headingley) (9 comments)
Black & White image24th August 1947 Headingley Cricket Ground is in the centre with the oblong Rugby Ground below it. Kirkstall Lane runs above the cricket pitch, St Michaels Lane is below, passing the Rugby Ground.
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Aerial View, Headingley Lane, Otley Road, St Michael's Church (Headingley) (4 comments)
Black & White image1926. Aerial view of Headingley. Headingley Lane runs from the top edge. In the centre of the view is St Michael's Church. Outside the church is the War Memorial situated at the junction of Headingley Lane, St Michael's Road, which runs towards the right edge, and Otley Road. Along the top edge are Manor and Richmond streets with the Granby streets seen in the bottom right corner.
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Alma Cottages (Headingley) (4 comments)
Black & White image5th December 1972. View looks onto a garden situated between numbers 2 and 3 Alma Cottages. Part of number 3 is just visible on the right edge. On the left is a small castellated structure which housed a privy.
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Alma Road (Headingley) (2 comments)
Black & White image11th February 1936. High wall along Alma Road, showing height of wall. Man standing in front of wall for scale. In the distance can be seen a cupola with weathervane on top.
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Alma Road, looking east (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View looking east along Alma Road, probably taken around the early to mid 1960s. To the left are semi-detached houses at nos.3-5. On the right is a cleared area which will become Arndale House. Behind this is a house numbered 36 Otley Road which will also shortly be demolished to make way for the new building development.
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Alma Road, Moorfield House (Headingley) (6 comments)
Black & White imageMarch 1983 View shows the doorway of Moorfield House situated on Alma Road. This house was built in 1866 for William Glover who was the owner of a Leeds chemical firm. Ornate stone carvings frame the door and fanlight windows. This building is still standing.
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Appleyards Leeds Ltd (Headingley) (12 comments)
Black & White image11th July 1956. View of premises of petrol station - Appleyard of Leeds at Headingley Lane. Banners advertising The Daily Express and The Daily Sketch are displayed on the wall in front of and to the side of the garage. Petrol pumps can be seen on the forecourt. A Shell petrol sign is on a lamp post at the entrance.
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Arndale Centre (Headingley)
Colour image13th October 1999. View looking along Otley Road towards Arndale Centre and Arndale House on the right. Traffic and traffic lights can be seen, with North Lane to the left and Wood Lane to the right
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Arndale Centre (Headingley) (17 comments)
Black & White imageJune 1967 View shows the recently opened Arndale Centre, a covered parade of shops situated off Otley Road between Alma Road and Wood Lane. When the centre originally opened it contained, amongst other businesses, a Post Office and a branch of Lloyds Bank.
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Arndale Centre, Headingley (Headingley) (13 comments)
Black & White imageJune 1967. View shows the Bowling Alley and also Kentucky Fried Chicken. 2 women are on the street, one with a pushchair. A car is parked on the corner.
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Arndale Centre, Headingley (Headingley)
Black & White imageJune 1967. View shows Arndale House and Carlines Supermarket. A lorry is unloading in the street. There are cars and a second lorry on the street.
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Arndale Centre, Headingley (Headingley)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Close up of Walkers shop sign. There are plants in front of the shop.
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Arndale Centre, Headingley (Headingley) (10 comments)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Close up of Silvio's bakery and Alpine Coffee Bar in the Arndale Centre.
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Ash Road (Headingley) (4 comments)
Black & White image31st March 1936. Gardens in Ash Road, showing curved path of crazy paving, newly-planted shrubs, sapling, greenhouse. Semis and terraced houses to rear of picture.
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Ash Road (Headingley)
Black & White image31st March 1936. Gardens in Ash Road. Wooden fence dividing property. Greenhouse in the centre of photograph, rows of semis in background.
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Ash Road Allotments, visit of Allotment Gardens Sub-Committee (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image17th July 1947. View taken at the allotments on Ash Road, on the occasion of a visit by members of the Council's Allotment Gardens sub-committee. One of the plot holders is seen in the foreground, right. This image was digitised as part of the ‘Future Prospects of Urban Parks’ project, conducted by the University of Leeds in partnership with Leeds City Council, supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (grant number: AH/N001788/2).
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Ashwood, Headingley Lane (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1983 This photograph was taken in March 1983 showing the birth place of Alfred Austin who was born 1835 and died 1913. He was a barrister until his fathers death then he became a writer. In 1896 he was created poet laureate following Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Ashwood was built around 1836 in Gothic revival style.
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Back Newport Place, Static Water Supply (Headingley)
Black & White image7th July 1942. View of workmen working on constructing static water supply basin. Houses in background are in Back Newport Place.
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Back Newport Place, Static Water Supply Tank (Headingley)
Black & White image31st August 1942. nstruction of static water supply tank in front of houses on Back Newport Place. nos. 60-64 can be seen in the background. Washing on line in front of No 60. Three workmen on site.
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