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Search Aspect ( Foundry Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Bellbrook Place , numbers 1 to 3, off Foundry Lane (Harehills)
Black & White image6th June 1939. View of numbers 1 and 3 Bellbrooke Place off Foundry Lane, now called Foundry Approach. These houses have large bay windows and small gardens with a low wall and hedges. Other blocks of houses similar to these run parallel in blocks of threes, and these may also have originally been built as three as, on a map dated 1933, number 1 is larger in size than number 3 and there appear to have been three entrances. Several of these blocks at the start of the Bellbrookes were demolished in the 1940s for road widening which never actually took place. The people are walking in Bellbrooke Street. Bellbrooke Place continues with number 5 at the other side of the junction with Bellbrooke Street.
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Bridge, Wyke Beck Bridge, Foundry Lane (Killingbeck) (9 comments)
Black & White image18th October 1946. Picture shows the bridge over Wyke Beck at Foundry Lane. The bridge is made out of bricks but the bank reinforcements have been made out of stone. A wooden fence is visible to the left with fields and trees in the background.
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Footpath across Lynchet embankments (Killingbeck)
Colour image23d May 2008. View of a footpath across lynchet embankments from Foundry Lane to the former site of Killingbeck Farm. The lynchet embankments are evidence of farming in the area dating back to medieval times. Image courtesy of John Garnett.
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Former site of Killingbeck Farmhouse (Killingbeck)
Colour imageUndated. This spot is the former site of Killingbeck Farmhouse which was later converted to the administration block of the new Smallpox Hospital built c1915. This was on a separate site to the main Killingbeck Hospital which at the same time was converted for the specialist treatment of tuberculosis. Farming in this area goes back centuries and is evidenced by the lynchets running between Foundry Lane and the farm site. Lynchets are banks of earth left by continued ploughing of the slope over many years. Killingbeck Farm once provided eggs and poultry for the patients of Killingbeck and Seacroft Hospitals. Image courtesy of John Garnett.
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Foundry Lane Improvement (Harehills)
Black & White image6th June 1939. ew of terraced houses in streets leading from Foundry Lane,(now called Foundry Approach) the houses have bay windows at the front with small walled gardens. The back of the houses have sash windows and a small yard.
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