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Search Aspect ( Harlech Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cross Flatts Park Middle School, Harlech Road (Beeston)
Colour imagec1989. View shows Cross Flatts Park School on Harlech Road, probably taken around 1989 at the time that it was Cross Flatts Park Middle. Previously it had been a primary school, with separate buildings for infants and juniors; this was the rear entrance to the infants department, facing Harlech Mount. The houses in the backround are on Harlech Road. In 1991 the school was completely rebuilt as one inclusive building and it is back to being Cross Flatts Park Primary School again.
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Cross Flatts Park Middle School, Harlech Road (Beeston) (17 comments)
Colour imagec1989. View of playtime at Cross Flatts Park School on Harlech Road, probably taken around 1989 at the time that it was Cross Flatts Park Middle. Previously it had been a primary school, with separate buildings for infants and juniors; the infants school was the small building on the left, while the junior school was the two storey building and is now back to being Cross Flatts Park Primary School again.
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Cross Flatts Primary School, Group Photograph of Pupils (Beeston) (9 comments)
Black & White imagec1940s. Image shows a group of pupils at Cross Flatts Primary School in Harlech Road, off Dewsbury Road. The boys are holding jam jars up to the camera. The Headmaster of the boys' section of the school at this time was Mr. William Thomas James. Image courtesy of Mr. James (Jimmy) Sollitt.
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Ginnel, between Maud Avenue and Cross Flatts School (Beeston) (2 comments)
Colour image1989. View shows a ginnel running between the back of Maud Avenue and the boundary wall of Cross Flatts school, which crosses Harlech Road then Burlington Road before eventually leading out onto Tempest Road.
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Harlech Road from the junction with Burlington Place (Beeston) (12 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Harlech Road, in the area known locally as Cross Flatts, runs parallel with Tempest Road. The view is from the junction with Burlington Place and shows red brick terraced back to back homes on the east side, right. On the left are a series of short terraced streets at right angles with Harlech Road. At the bottom of these streets is Cross Flatts Park.
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