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Search Aspect ( Beckett Wing )
Location - Leeds & District

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St. James's Hospital, Bexley Wing, construction (Burmantofts)
Colour image2005. View shows construction taking place of the Bexley Wing of St. James's Hospital, the new state-of-the-art cancer centre which was to open in 2007. The Beckett Wing, dedicated to care of the elderly, can be seen on the left. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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St. James's Hospital, Bexley Wing, construction (Burmantofts)
Colour image2005. View looking across Beckett Street towards St. James's Hospital where construction is taking place of the new Bexley Wing, set to become a world-leading cancer treatment centre. This was to be opened in December 2007. Also in the picture are other hospital buildings including the Beckett Wing on the left. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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St. James's Hospital, Bexley Wing, construction (Burmantofts)
Colour image2005. View shows the Bexley Wing of St. James's Hospital under construction, taken from an upper floor of Shakespeare Grange, part of which is seen on the right. Bexley Wing, home to St. James's Institute of Oncology, was to open in December 2007. Beckett Street runs in front of the hospital with Alma Street on the left and the Beckett Wing on the other side of it. In the background are several tower blocks, from left, Lovell Park Grange, Oatland Court, Oatland Heights, Oatland Towers, Carlton Close, Carlton Croft, and Holborn Court. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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St. James's Hospital, Bexley Wing, construction (Burmantofts)
Colour image2006. View shows the Bexley Wing of St. James's Hospital under construction, seen from an upper floor of Shakespeare Grange, part of which is seen on the right. In contrast to image no.2012529_173654, taken from the same place, the building seen here is almost complete, though cranes are still at work on the site. The Bexley Wing would open in December 2007 as the St. James's Institute of Oncology. To the left is the Beckett Wing of the hospital, dedicated to care of the elderly, with Alma Street between the two. Tower blocks seen in the background are, from left, Lovell Park Heights, Lovell Park Towers, Lovell Park Grange, Oatland Court, Oatland Heights, Oatland Towers, Carlton Close, Carlton Croft and Holborn Court. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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St. James's Hospital, Bexley Wing, construction (Burmantofts)
Colour image2006. View from Beckett Street showing construction nearing completion of the Bexley Wing, the new state-of-the-art oncology department of St. James's Hospital. It admitted its first patients in December 2007 but the official opening ceremony took place in July 2008. To the left is the Beckett Wing of the hospital. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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