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Search Aspect ( Allerton Park )
Location - Leeds & District

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Allerton Park no. 4 (Chapel Allerton) (25 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Looking South at number 4 Allerton Park, Falloden Nursing Home. The building has a wooden fence enclosing shrubs and trees. A car is parked outside.
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Chapel Allerton Park, postcard (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imagec1906. Postcard view of Chapel Allerton Park showing a footpath and flower beds. A row of terraced houses is seen in the background.
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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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Gledhow Lane (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th June 1950. General view of Gledhow Lane at a junction, (probably with Allerton Park). A streetlamp is on the corner in front of the cornerpiece of a stone wall. The lane is tree lined.
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Highfield House, Allerton Park (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the stone-built Highfield House, a Georgian style property located in Gledhow Lane. In 1881 it was inhabited by Christiana Campbell, widow of Alexander Campbell and mother of James and George Campbell who ran the Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd. in Jack Lane. George and his family lived in a neighbouring house called Rose Bank. This image possibly shows George, his wife Eliza and children, Elizabeth and George Alexander. Nowadays, Highfield House is addressed as number 15 Allerton Park and is occupied in 2009 by Dr Simon & Mrs Debra Fellerman.
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