|||Aerial View, Greenthorpe Estate (Bramley) (20 comments)
On the left is Henconner Lane with Bramley Town end in the top left corner. Moving right, is the Wyther Estate across Stanningley Road. In the top right area are Armley Hill Top cemetery and St Mary's Hospital just below this are tower blocks and new housing which is the Poplar Estate. Below this, the Greenthorpe Estate, stretching down to Pudsey Road, with Armley Heights estate to the right.
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|||Gamecock Inn, Greenthorpe (Bramley)
View of the Gamecock Inn, Greenthorpe, on a site at the junction of Pudsey Road with Butt Lane (Gamble Hill). A woman and young boy stand at the entrance with their dog.
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|||Gamecock Inn, Greenthorpe Late 1960s. (Bramley) (3 comments)
View of the Gamecock Inn, a large public house at the junction of Pudsey Road with Butt Lane in Greenthorpe area. The photograph is taken from Pudsey Road, (foreground) and at the left edge the junction with Henconner Lane is visible. Butt Lane is off to the right with the pillar box on the corner.
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|||George Henry Kirk, Greengrocer at Greenthorpe. (Bramley) (3 comments)
Image shows George Henry Kirk as he stands at the entrance of his greengrocery business at Greenthorpe. The single storey building is clad in corrugated iron and through the windows and open door boxes, crates and weighing scales are visible. Above the windows the sign reads, 'G.H. Kirk, Fruit and Vegetables. Mr. Kirk is wearing a white overall and dark apron. A telephone call box is seen at the left edge.
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|||Greenthorpe Farm (Bramley)
|25th April 1931.
Off Henconner Lane, stone farm buildings, barn on right. To the left, water pump with stone basins. Man in centre.
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