|||Armley Park Court, formerly Armley Park School, Stanningley Road (Armley) (22 comments)
View from Stanningley Road showing the former Armley Park School now converted to offices and called Armley Park Court. A sign on the side of the building advertises 'Office Suites available on flexible terms at low cost.' The red brick board school opened on 27th September 1900.
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|||Armley Park School (Armley) (61 comments)
View of the red brick built Armley Park School. It was erected as a Board School and was opened by member of the board, Mr Charles Ingham on 27th September 1900. The infant's department on the ground floor catered for children over the age of three and had 400 places. On the first floor there was accomodation for 780 mixed scholars. Stanningley Road runs in front of the school and Cecil Road is at the right edge. Homes in Cecil Street are visible at the rear of the school, while homes in Salisbury Grove are at the right edge. Batty's Home Clearance business is in the foreground.
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|||Armley Road at the junction with Stanningley Road (Armley) (43 comments)
This view is taken from Mistress Lane looking towards Armley Road and Stanningley Road. The Methodist Church stands at the junction with Stanningley Road, left. At the right edge, the Nelson Hotel at number 212 Armley Road is visible and Samuel Ledgard's is at number 216 where the square entrance can be seen. In the background the chimney of Phillip's Yeast Products is evident. The dome of Armley Park School in Stanningley Road is on the right side of the road.
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|||Armley Road, looking west (Armley)
|28th January 1982.
View of Armley Road looking west towards the junction with Branch Road (left), Stanningley Road (ahead) and Ledgard Way (right). The Nelson public house is on the right. For many years the landlord of this establishment was Samuel Ledgard, more famous as the owner of a major independent bus company. On the far left is part of the Primitive Methodist Chapel, later to become a branch of Mike's Carpets. In the centre of the photo is a side view of Armley Park School, now (2013) an office block known as Armley Park Court.
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|||View from Westerly Croft, looking north-west (Armley) (6 comments)
|13th April 1964.
Right-hand one of a series of 3 photographs taken from Westerly Croft, a block of flats at the junction of Armley Road and Stanningley Road, that fit together to form a panoramic view. This one looks up Stanningley Road with Cecil Road in the foreground leading off to the right. Beech View is on the left, then the Esso garage and the chimney of Winker Green Mill. Armley Park School is in the centre with the bowling green of Armley Liberal Club in the foreground. Further back are the streets of the Cecils on the right and the Hopes behind the school, then Armley Park and Gotts Park in the background.
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