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Search Aspect ( Fitzroy Drive )
Location - Leeds & District

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Fitzroy Drive (Roundhay)
Black & White image14th January 1933. General view along Fitzroy Drive. The road is unsurfaced with a wooden fence on either side. A car and a person are visible.
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Fitzroy Drive (Roundhay)
Black & White image14th January 1933. General view of Fitzroy Drive, an unmade, muddy road. A wooden fence is to the left.
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Gledhow Lane, Fitzroy Drive junction (Oakwood) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th November 1984. View of Gledhow Lane by the junction with Fitzroy Drive, seen on the right. The building shown is a surgery which faces onto Roundhay Road, just visible on the left of the picture, and is numbered 665 Roundhay Road.
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Roundhay Parochial Hall (Roundhay)
Black & White image18th August 1927 The Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton, and the Lady Mayoress, Ella Lupton attend the ceremony performed by Lord Brotherton of Laying the foundation stone of Roundhay Parochial Hall. Lord Brotherton, on the right, wearing a button-hole, poses with the ceremonial trowel. He was the first Baron of Wakefield and resided at 'The Hall' Roundhay. The foundation stone is inscribed with the words 'This stone was laid by Col Sir Edward A. Brotherton' and the date. Roundhay Parochial Hall is situated in Fitzroy Drive affiliated with St John's Chruch, Roundhay.
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Roundhay Road, Gledhow Lane junction (Oakwood)
Black & White image5th November 1984. View of Roundhay Road at the junction with Gledhow Lane. On the far left can be seen part of no. 661 Roundhay Roud, the end of a parade of shops. In the centre are a pair of semi-detached houses, nos 663 - 665. No. 665 is a surgery which extends along Gledhow Lane as far as the junction with Fitzroy Drive, seen on the right.
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