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Aerial view of Rock Lane, The Fortress Kennels (Bramley)
Colour image6th July 1979. Image shows an aerial view of the Fortress Kennels on Rock Lane off Rodley Lane. This image was taken for a planning application in 1979. The markings show the proposed location of a detached bungalow and extension to existing building, to form a dog breeding and training kennels, a cattery and self contained boarding kennels for dog breeding.
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Aerial View, Greenthorpe Estate (Bramley) (27 comments)
Black & White image1963 On the left is Henconner Lane with Bramley Town end in the top left corner. Moving right, is the Wyther Estate across Stanningley Road. In the top right area are Armley Hill Top cemetery and St Mary's Hospital just below this are tower blocks and new housing which is the Poplar Estate. Below this, the Greenthorpe Estate, stretching down to Pudsey Road, with Armley Heights estate to the right.
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Albert Square (Bramley) (3 comments)
Black & White image27th April 1960 Small enclave of terraced dwellings built in stone and called Albert Square. From left to right, they number 1 to 5. A high stone wall separated Albert Square from Broad Lane and access is via a gate in the wall.
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Albert Square, Stephenson's Row, Rear View of cottages (Bramley)
Black & White image27th April 1960 The backs of dwellings in Stephenson's Row, left and Albert Square, right are positioned at right angles to each other. They are virtually blind backs with only one window visible. The houses in Stephenson's row number from left to right 13, 11 and 9 in Albert Square from the left they number 3, 2 and 1.
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Alley Joining Outgang and Lower Town Street (Bramley) (7 comments)
Black & White imagec1966. Alley with stone terraced houses and paved with stone setts.
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