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Search Aspect ( Great Swarcliffe Plantation )
Location - Leeds & District

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Elmet Towers, demolition (Swarcliffe) (1 comment)
Colour image2008. View shows Elmet Towers in the process of demolition. This block of high-rise flats off Swarcliffe Drive had been built in the mid 1960s along with the identical Manston Towers and Swarcliffe Towers and eight other tower blocks : Ash Tree Grange, Ash Tree Court, Pennwell Croft, Langbar Towers, Langbar Grange, Brayton Grange, Farndale Court and Sherburn Court. After the demolition of Elmet Towers, only Sherburn Court remained. The Great Swarcliffe Plantation is in the background of the photograph. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Elmet Towers, demolition (Swarcliffe)
Colour image2008. View from Swarcliffe Drive showing the demolition of Elmet Towers flats with the Great Swarcliffe Plantation in the background. Elmet Towers was one of 11 tower blocks built on the Swarcliffe estate in the 1960s, of which all but one were demolished during the 2000s. A large crane is seen picking off pieces from the top of the building. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Elmet Towers, demolition (Swarcliffe)
Colour image2008. View shows Elmet Towers off Swarcliffe Drive during the process of demolition. The Great Swarcliffe Plantation is seen on the left. Elmet Towers was one of 11 tower blocks built on the Swarcliffe estate in the 1960s of which only one remains today. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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