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Search Aspect ( Crown Point Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Arthur Aarons Statue, Eastgate (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour image6th June 2006 View of the Arthur Aarons Statue in Eastgate. Arthur Aarons V.C. stands, as a young World Ward II airman, at the base of a tree climbed by children. The child at the top releases the dove of peace. In the background left, is the West Yorkshire Playhouse and B.B.C. studios in St. Peter's Square. The red brick building in the centre background is Munro House in Duke Street. The buildings under construction in the background are part of a mixed use development called Gateway. It is on the former site of Howarth Timber between Crown Point Road, Marsh Lane and East Street. The architects, Carey Jones, have designed over 640 studio, 1 bedroomed and two bedroomed apartments, a 218 bed hotel, office and commerical space. The buildings are on 15 storeys and completion is expected by 2008. Photograph courtesy of James W. Bell.
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Carlsberg-Tetley Brewery, Crown Point Road (Hunslet)
Colour image2010. View shows part of the Carlsberg-Tetley Brewery, seen from Crown Point Road, taken in the summer of 2010. The reception area and offices are behind the trees on the left. The brewery was established in 1822 and for many years enjoyed great success as Joshua Tetley and Son. In the 1990s it became part of Danish brewing giant Carlsberg who were to close this site down on 17th June 2011 and transfer production of Tetley's famous bitter to their other sites.
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Carlsberg-Tetley Brewery, Crown Point Road (Hunslet)
Colour image2010. View taken in summer 2010 from Crown Point Road showing a section of the Carlsberg-Tetley Brewery, formerly Joshua Tetley and Son, which was to close down on 17th June 2011.
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Chadwick Lodge, 24 Crown Point Road (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image18th November 1948. The front view of Chadwick Lodge, a stone built house with a slate roof and Georgian portico, situated at no. 24 Crown Point Road by the junction with Black Bull Street. Steps lead up from its garden. Built for the Chadwick family who were cloth and wool dyers, the first mention of Chadwick Lodge is found in a directory of 1842 when Joseph Chadwick was the occupant. In the 1851 census William Chadwick, dyer, lived there along with his wife Hannah and several children and servants. Following William's death Hannah and family continued to live there until c1871, after which occupants of the house during the rest of the 19th century included William Kitchen (dyer), George C. Topp and John S. Edwards (brewer). The Grade II listed building is still standing in the midst of new development all around.
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Crown Hotel, Crown Point Road (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Colour image2010. This view from summer 2010 shows the Crown Hotel at the junction of Crown Point Road (foreground) with Hunslet Road (left). This public house is believed to have been closed for some years and is now looking in a state of disrepair.
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