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Search Aspect ( Carlton Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Carlton Lane, Council School (Rothwell) (4 comments)
Black & White image1924. View looking down Carlton Lane toward Council offices which can be seen in the background. On the right is Carlton Lane Council Board School, which was opened in January 1880 for children between the ages of 3 and 9.
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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour image1995. View of Lofthouse Branch Library on Carlton Lane, which dates from 1961. Houses can be seen on the right.
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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour image1995. View of Carlton Lane showing Lofthouse Library, the white building in the foreground which dates from 1961. Houses can be seen further along the road which leads north in the direction of Carlton and the Rothwell.
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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour imagec1980s, View of Lofthouse Branch Library situated on Carlton Lane, which opened on 24th June 1961.
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Leeds Road, Number 253, Rose & Crown Public House (Lofthouse) (2 comments)
Colour image2005. View of the Rose and Crown Public House situated at number 253 Leeds Road at the end of Carlton Lane. Carlton Lane was formerly the road to Leeds before the construction of the Leeds to Wakefield Turnpike Road which opened in 1753. Signs are displayed on the gable end offering traditional food and advertising the Harlequin's Restaurant.
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