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Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Angel Row off Wakefield Road, looking west. The Angel Inn is just to the north, on Wakefield Road.
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Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Angel Row in Robin Hood. Angel Row is situated off Wakefield Road to the south of Middleton Lane, and looking west. The terrace, and Angel Inn public house just to the north are both still in existence, although the outbuildings seen on the right here have been removed.
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Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the terrace of Angel Row, off Wakefield Road, looking east. The land in the foreground was the site of Rothwell Haigh Quarry, which is now occupied by new housing on Glebe Crescent. Until the early 1900s, Angel Row was known as Lucky Row.
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Gospel Hall, Sharp Lane (Robin Hood)
Black & White image1950s. View shows the Gospel Hall on the north side of Sharp Lane, near the junction with the A61 Leeds-Wakefield Road, and still in use as a church at that time. Behind it is the GPO Repeater Station, used to boost telephone signals. It was built in the early 1950s, at the start of the Cold War period, and demolished around 2007. The Gospel Hall was converted to use as a library, again around the early 1950s, and was demolished around 2004. There are now residential properties on the site.
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Jarvis Square / Jarvis Walk (Robin Hood)
Colour imageSeptember 2006. View of modern red brick built bungalows in the Jarvis Square / Jarvis Walk area. These replaced old prefabricated bungalows which were built after the Second World War. These prefabs lasted far longer that the 10 year lifespan they were designed for. They were intended as a short term solution to a post war housing shortage.
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