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Gaitskell Grange, Holbeck Moor Road (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View of Gaitskell Grange, a block of high-rise flats which was one of a row of five situated along Holbeck Moor Road which had been completed in the 1960s but were due to be demolished not long after this photo was taken in the spring of 2010.
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Gaitskell Grange, Holbeck Moor Road (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View of Gaitskell Grange, a block of high-rise flats which was one of five situated along Holbeck Moor Road. The others were Gaitskell Court and three blocks named Holbeck Towers, one of which is just seen on the left. The flats, completed in the 1960s, were all due to be demolished shortly after this Spring 2010 photo. The white building on the right is Holbeck Working Men's Club.
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Gaitskell Grange, Jenkinson Lawn (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View from Jenkinson Lawn showing the rear of Gaitskell Grange, a block of high-rise flats dating from the 1960s which faced out onto Holbeck Moor Road. The photo was taken in Spring 2010 shortly before they were demolished, along with a number of other blocks of flats in the area, as part of a wider regeneration plan.
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Holbeck Moor Road, high rise flats (Holbeck)
Black & White image25th January 2004. View of several blocks of high rise flats looking from Holbeck Moor across Holbeck Moor Road. In all there were five blocks of high rise flats following the line of Holbeck Moor Road. Looking from the Domestic Street end, and moving from left to right, the first three blocks were all called Holbeck Towers with flat numbers in each block as follows: numbers 1 to 61, 62 to 121 and 122 to 181. The fourth block was Gaitskell Grange with flat numbers 1 to 61 and finally the fifth was Gaitskell Court , also with flat numbers 1 to 61. The tower blocks containing 300 flats between them have recently (2010) been demolished as part of a wider regeneration plan for the Beeston Hill and Holbeck areas of the city, involving PFI (Private Finance Initiative) funding. New sustainable and affordable housing is to be provided as part of the redevelopment scheme.
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Holbeck Moor Road, high-rise flats (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View taken in Spring 2010 looking north-west along Holbeck Moor Road, showing Holbeck Moor on the left and a row of blocks of high-rise flats on the right. The flats are, from right, Gaitskell Grange then two blocks of Holbeck Towers, the first comprising flats numbered 122 to 181 and the second comprising numbers 62 to 121. The flats were all shortly to be demolished as part of a regeneration plan for the area. Seen in the background is the spire of the former St. Matthew's C of E Church, now a community centre.
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