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Location - Leeds & District

Adel Church etc., multi-view postcard (Adel)
Black & White imagec1910. Multi-view postcard with a postdate of 11th January 1910. The main image is of Adel Church, with smaller circular images around the outside featuring Cross Flatts Park and Houghley Ghyll on the left and two pictures of Woodhouse Moor on the right.
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Back Cross Flatts Place (Beeston) (8 comments)
Black & White imageUndated View looks across Wooler Road along through properties on Back Cross Flatts Place. In this view the even numbered properties can be seen. Numbers run to the right in ascending order from number 50 on the left. At the end of the street seen on the right edge is the South Leeds Conservative Club.
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Bandstand, Cross Flatts Park (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image10th August 1899. View of bandstand in Cross Flatts Park. The park, which is 44 acres, opened in 1891.
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Beeston Road, looking north-east (Beeston) (16 comments)
Colour image2005. View of Beeston Road looking west. The terraced streets on the right run between Wooler Road and Beeston Road. The Shop on the corner, right, is number 1 Cross Flatts Crescent, Tanned FX. The next street moving left is Cross Flatts Terrace, then Cross Flatts Place and Cross Flatts Parade.
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Beeston Road, number 219, Cranbrook House, (Beeston) (3 comments)
Colour image15th November 2010. Image shows number 219 Beeston Road, a red brick end terraced house located adjacent to Cross Flatts Park. It is built with a 'turret' containing bay windows to the ground and first floors. The name-plate on the turret wall is faded but, if magnified, reveals that this building bears the name, "CRANBROOK HOUSE". A Leeds Directory for 1906 shows this to be the residence of Alderman Joseph Fearnley Carter. At this time he was serving on several committees on behalf of Leeds City Council including Highways, Markets, Parks and the Distress Committee.
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