View shows a row of aged person's flats most likely erected before the Second World War. They are situated on Leeds and Bradford Road, Bramley, and are built in blocks of four. Each consists of a living room, bed recess, scullery, bathroom and fuel store and they are typical of those built on many of the city's council estates at the time. These four blocks facing the road are numbered 117 to 155 Leeds and Bradford Road and are located just past the junction of Broadlea Hill at the junction with Leeds and Bradford Road.
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