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(The) Nookin, nos. 1 - 7, nr junction of Barwick Road and the Ring Road (Seacroft) (8 comments)
Black & White image11th March 1964 View of The Nookin, a row of old red brick terraced cottages numbering from left to right, 7 - 1 and seen from the direction of Barwick Road. They are situated close to the roundabout on the ring road at the junction with Barwick Road. These cottages were owned at the time of the photograph by Messrs Mawson & Walton.
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(The) Nookin, nos. 1 - 7, nr Junction of Barwick Road and the Ring Road (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Black & White image11th March 1964 Rear view of numbers 1 to 7, The Nookin is situated close to the roundabout at the junction of Barwick Road with the Ring Road. There are no windows at the rear and the entrance has been bricked up. Old stonework is visible along with old brick work. At the time of the image the cottages were in the ownership of Mawson and Walton.
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105 ton Stator and Bogie, Wellington Hill (Seacroft) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd May 1941. View of 105 ton stator and bogie which is been drawn by 2 Fowler steam tractors. It is believed that the photo was taken on Wellington Hill (A58 Wetherby Road) which borders Roundhay and Seacroft.
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Aerial View, Beechwood School (Seacroft) (55 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Beechwood School can be seen in the centre of the bottom half of the view, with Brooklands Avenue on the right. On the right edge, in the centre is Seacroft Congregational Church.
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Aerial View, Easterly Road, Wetherby Road (Seacroft) (7 comments)
Black & White image29th March 1963 In the centre of this view is the junction of Easterly Road which runs from the bottom edge, and Wetherby Road, running from the right edge and curving upwards to the top edge. The three blocks of flats in the centre are, from left to right, Barncroft Court Grange and Towers.
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Aerial View, Easterly Road, Wetherby Road, Boggart Hill Drive (Seacroft) (18 comments)
Black & White image17th September 1962 Towards the background of this view, Kentmere Avenue runs from left to right. Boggart Hill Drive runs from the centre of this road towards the bottom left corner where the junction of Wetherby Road (on the left edge) and Easterly Road (bottom edge) is visible. Three blocks of flats, Barncroft Grange, Court and Heights, from left to right, are also in view.
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Aerial View, Foxwood School (Seacroft) (111 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Foxwood School, situated off North Parkway. This is now the East Leeds Family Learning Centre, Seacroft Gate.
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Aerial View, Kentmere Avenue (Seacroft) (14 comments)
Black & White image17th September 1962 North Parkway cuts across the top left corner of this view. Our Lady of Good Counsel Church is visible towards the left edge where North Parkway meets Kentmere Avenue. Kentmere Avenue runs to the right edge in front of Beechwood School. Foxwood Comprehensive School can be seen in the foreground on the left edge, this is now East Leeds Family Learning Centre.
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Aerial View, Kentmere Avenue, Boggart Hill Drive (Seacroft) (7 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This aerial view dates from the mid 1960s. Kentmere Avenue runs from the top left corner to the top right edge. Just left of the crossroads here, is St Richard's Church. Below this and diagonally left is Grange Farm Primary School. Boggart Hill Drive runs from these crossroads in the top right to the left edge. Barncroft estate is visible above Boggart Hill Drive with the Boggart Hill Estate seen below.
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Aerial View, North Parkway, Kentmere Avenue (Seacroft) (8 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Kentmere Avenue runs from the top left of this view with St Richard's Church above and the Kentmere estate below towards the right where it meets North Parkway. North Parkway runs from the right edge to the centre of the bottom edge. View dates from the mid 1960s.
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Aerial View, North Parkway, York Road, Brooklands Avenue (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, This aerial view of Seacroft dates from the mid 1960s. North Parkway runs from the centre of the top right corner where York Road runs diagonally across. Below this is an area where Seacroft town centre is under construction. Brooklands Avenue runs from here to the bottom right corner.
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Aerial View, Seacroft Ring Road, York Road (Seacroft) (2 comments)
Black & White image1964 York Road can be seen in the top left of this view. The Seacroft Ring Road, which is under construction, runs diagonally across to the bottom right corner. Below the Ring Road to the left, the Hansby estate is visible.
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Aerial View, South Parkway, Dufton Approach (Seacroft) (58 comments)
Black & White image17th September 1962 View looks across Seacroft, with Parklands Primary School in the centre, in the direction of Swarcliffe which can be seen in the top right. South Parkway runs from the centre of the left edge along the top of the school grounds. Dufton Approach runs from the left edge to the bottom right corner.
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Aerial View, Wetherby Road, Ring Road (Seacroft) (5 comments)
Black & White image17th September 1962 Wetherby Road runs from left to right across the front of this view, partially hidden behind trees. Seacroft Ring Road runs diagonally from the bottom left corner towards the top right corner. Ringwood housing estate is on the left of the Ring Road with Monkswood on the right. View looks towards Whinmoor and Swarcliffe.
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Aerial View, York Road, Baileys Lane, Ring Road (Seacroft) (3 comments)
Black & White image1964 In the top right hand corner of this view, the Seacroft Ring Road which is under construction, can be seen. York Road runs from the top edge and curves round to the right edge. In the centre left of this view, The Green is visible. Below this is Baileys Lane, then St James' C. of E. Church. St James Approach runs from the bottom left edge to join York Road in the centre.
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Aerial View, York Road, North Parkway, Baileys Lane (Seacroft)
Black & White image1964 York Road runs from the centre of the top edge of this view to the centre of the right edge. Two blocks of flats, Seacroft Gate, can be seen on either side of the road, this is at the junction of York Road and North Parkway which runs from the left edge. Below North Parkway is an area under construction where Seacroft town centre now stands. Baileys Lane runs from left to right with Brooklands Avenue. Above Baileys Lane on the right, The Green is visible.
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Alan Ayckbourn (Seacroft) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th February 1969 Alan Ayckbourn, playwright, photographed with his sons Philip and Steven. At this time he was drama producer for BBC North Region at Leeds
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Alston Lane Centre, Farewell party for Faye White (Seacroft)
Black & White imageNovember 1987. Group portrait of staff and local residents of Alston Lane centre on the occasion of a farewell party for the central organiser, Faye White, seen in the centre. She had worked as the central organiser for four years but prior to that she had five years experience as a schools social worker attached to Seacroft Park, Foxwood and Parklands Schools. She had also spent four years with the Family Service Unit in Seacroft.
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Alston Lane Centre, opening of the new extension (Seacroft)
Black & White imageOctober, 1989. Image shows the opening of the new extension to Alston Lane Centre with Councillor George Mudie and local residents present. Alston Lane Centre is situated in Hawkshead Crescent and the extension was formed by the conversion of an adjacent semi-detached house. The houses were linked by a newly built community hall. The old part of the centre was also refurbished including the kitchen facilities. The extension housed a fully-equipped creche, a classroom and four offices.
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Backhouse Yard, outside toilets (Seacroft) (6 comments)
Black & White image10th August 1942. View of the damaged roof of outside toilets in Backhouse Yard. A pot of paint is on the roof. Behind are two terraced houses.
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