|||Abbey House Museum, Stephen Harding Gate (Kirkstall)
|c late 1960s.
Interior view of Abbey House Museum showing a reconstructed Victorian Street, Stephen Harding Gate, named after St. Stephen Harding, Abbot of St. Citeaux, one of the founders of the Cistercian Order. Illingworth & Kilburn, on the left, is a typical grocers' shop of the late 1800s; this is followed by the glover and hosier's shop of Ann Carter. On the wall to the right is a Templar Cross, originally mounted on a building in Templar Street, which indicates that the building once belonged to the Manor of Whitkirk owned by the Knights' Templar.
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|||Adel Church etc., multi-view postcard (Adel)
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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|||Adel Lane, crossroads (Weetwood)
|2nd September 1930.
View from Adel Lane of the crossroads at the junction with Long Causeway, left, Smithy Mills Lane ahead and Weetwood Lane, right. On the right, a wooden seat surrounds a tree, with people in the shade.
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|||Aerial view from Tingley roundabout to Thorpe Lane entrance (Tingley) (10 comments)
Aerial view from Tingley roundabout to Thorpe Lane entrance at Tingley Crossroads.
Photograph from the David Atkinson Archives.
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|||Aerial View of Cross Gates Carriage/Works during fire incident (Cross Gates) (9 comments)
|29th March, 1975
Aerial view of Cross Gates Carriage Works on Manston Lane, the firm of Charles H. Roe. A small fire is being attended to by several engines. Nine metro buses worth £120,000 each had to be pushed to safety. Charles H Roe's company was formed in 1916. After closure in the 1980's new investment was generated and buses are still being built here under the name of Optare Lted. Curving down from the right edge is Manston Lane. Barnbow Royal Ordnance factory is bottom right. People can be seen walking along the path on the site of the dismantled railway line which runs from top to bottom, left. Running parallel with it are houses and gardens in Pendas Way.
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