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Aerial View, Leeds University (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated, The University buildings, with the Parkinson Tower. Woodhouse Lane is in the centre on the bottom edge, looping around the University. On the top edge, right of the lane is Leeds Polytechnic, the Civic Hall on the right. The area of terrace houses on the right would be cleared, site used for hospital extensions and University buildings. In the bottom right can be seen Clarendon Road, with the old police station and library at the junction with Woodhouse Lane. This is a corner of Woodhouse Moor, the statue of Queen Victoria which was re-sited from the Headrow is on the bottom edge. To the left is the junction of Raglan Road and Woodhouse Lane. Behind the property fronting the lane can be seen a number of pre-fabricated homes.
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Aerial View, Woodhouse Lane, Clarendon Road, Leeds University (Woodhouse) (10 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This view looks onto Leeds University Campus. In the centre foreground is the Department of Mechanical Engineering which was completed in 1961. Woodhouse Lane runs in front of this building from the left edge to the bottom right corner where The Library public house is now situated. Clarendon Road runs from here towards the top edge. To the left of Clarendon Road is Woodhouse Cemetery which is now part of the University Campus and is called St George's Fields. The headstones and memorials were removed from the cemetery in 1968. View dates from the mid 1960s.
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Albert Street nos. 2, 4 (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image29th October 1962. Remains of Albert Street, numbers 2 and 4 can be seen. The left side of this block was Moseley Street. Ridge Road is on the left, Meanwood Road on the right.
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Albert Street nos. 2, 4. Ridge Road no. 3 (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Black & White image29th October 1962 Albert Street has 2 houses remaining, number 4 with derelict property on the left side and 2 on the right. Two large posters advertise Skol lager and Hovis bread. The off-licence shop was licenced to Beatrice Brotton, number 3 Ridge Road. Moseley Street is on the right, Ridge Road continued onto Woodhouse Ridge.
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Alexandra Street nos. 1 - 4 (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, This is looking from Shay Street along Alexandra Street to Scott Terrace, which is visible on the right. Four houses, on the left is number 1, moving right are 2, 3 and 4. Marked 'Trustees of Robert Wray'. Photo taken in the 1950s before clearance.
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