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Search Aspect ( Butt Hill )
Location - Leeds & District

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Butt Hill (Kippax)
Black & White imageUndated, Postcard view of Butt Hill, looking from the junction with Brigshaw Lane. The finger signpost points left to Preston.
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Cross Hills, close to the junction with High Street (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. View of Cross Hills. Towards the left the High Street begins at the bank building to the left of the lamp post. The light coloured building with the net curtains at the ground floor windows is Jean Hill, Ladies Hair Stylists at number 20 Cross Hills. To the right of the hairdressers is the Midland Bank. Butt Hill is off to the right.
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Cross Hills, junction (Kippax)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of the Cross Hills junction in the centre of Kippax, showing High Street on the left, Butt Hill in the centre and Leeds Road to the right. Shops in the picture include Halifax Estate Agents at no.16 Cross Hills on the left and Cross Hills Fisheries next to this at no.14. The Royal Oak public house can be seen in the distance.
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Smith's Chemist at number 10 Cross Hills (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. View of Smith's Chemists at at number 19 Cross Hills looking towards Butt Hill. In the centre, the Royal Oak Public House can be seen at number 2 Cross Hills. At one time this building was Kippax House, the home of the Clayton family, well known locally; it was also for many years a G.P.'s surgery, where it is said that the cold rooms in the cellar were used as a mortuary.
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