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Search Aspect ( Gledhow Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Chapel Allerton Hall, postcard (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of Chapel Allerton Hall, a large house situated off Gledhow Lane. Now (2011) addressed as King George Avenue, it has been converted into flats.
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Gledhow Hall at the Junction of Gledhow Lane and Lidgett Lane, 'Little Switzerland (Gledhow) (10 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, A view of Gledhow Hall possibly early 1900s. The land was originally monastic and was purchased from Elizabeth I by the Thwaites family. The Hall eventually came into possession of Liberal, James Kitson the first Lord Mayor of Leeds and head of the Monkbridge Iron and Steel Company. It was used as a military hospital during the First World War.
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Gledhow Lane (Gledhow)
Black & White image9th August 1917 View of houses on Gledhow Lane, back of properties and gardens. To the left, two boys on fence. The gardens have a good crop of vegetables.
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Gledhow Lane (Gledhow)
Black & White image5th January 1906 Gledhow Lodge formerly home of Chief Constable, Major G.G.Terry. View to front and side of house.
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Gledhow Lane (Gledhow)
Black & White image5th January 1906 Gledhow Lodge formerly home of Chief Constable, Major G.G.Terry. View of house from unmade road looking over stone wall, to side with bay windows.
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