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Search Aspect ( Allerton House )
Location - Leeds & District

Chapel Allerton, aerial view (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image1930. Aerial view of Chapel Allerton showing Harrogate Road running from centre left to bottom right. Stainbeck Lane runs up to join this at Stainbeck Corner, with the Methodist Church to the left of the junction and the Police Station and Library to the right. Town Street leads off in between. Further back are terraced houses on the Hawthorns then Norfolk Gardens and Allerton Park above to the right. On the left, Allerton House is towards the bottom set in large tree-covered grounds. More terraced housing is above, on Victoria Street and Woodland View, then a recreation ground including tennis courts with Pasture Lane to the right and Northbrook Street on the far left.
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Stainbeck Corner, static water supply basin (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image23d July 1942. Construction of a static water supply basin in the grounds of Allerton House on the corner of Stainbeck Lane, digging and bricklaying in progress on the war-time project. The photograph shows Stainbeck Corner, with No. 2 Perkins Confectioners, J. Miles, No. 4, A. Benton's Shoe Shop and Trapp's Petrol Station. On the right, on Harrogate Road is the public library and police station (centre) with the Midland Bank, Thrift Stores and George Stephenson Butchers, on the other side of Town Street (left).
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