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Search Aspect ( Hartley Avenue )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Wharfedale Avenue, from Wharfedale Street (Meanwood)
Black & White image1970. View looking up Wharfedale Avenue from Wharfedale Street. Terraced houses can be seen which are in immaculate condition and have been fully converted. The view looks up to Woodhouse Ridge in the background and beyond that, clearly visible through the trees in winter, the rear of semi-detached houses on Hartley Avenue.
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Wharfedale Grove (Meanwood)
Black & White image5th September 1949. View of the south-west end of Wharfedale Grove. The unmade, grassy road ends in a high brick wall, which has a set of railed steps leading up towards Woodhouse Ridge. In the distance, Hartley Avenue is just visible.
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Wharfedale Grove, looking towards Hartley Avenue (Meanwood)
Black & White image1970. View shows Wharfedale Grove looking up the hill towards Woodhouse Ridge and beyond that to the rear of semi-detached houses on Hartley Avenue, which are clearly visible through the trees in winter. Terraced housing is seen on either side of Wharfedale Grove. The road is not maintained and is overgrown.
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Wharfedale Place (Meanwood)
Black & White image5th September 1949. View of the south-west end of Wharfedale Place. The road is unmade and grassy, with a metal dustbin and a streetlamp on it. The end of the road is a high brick wall, with steps leading up towards Woodhouse Ridge. In the background The Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society Ltd. on Hartley Avenue is visible.
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Woodhouse Ridge, retaining wall (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970. View of Woodhouse Ridge showing an old stone retaining wall, replaced in part by brick, at the rear of houses on Melville Place (foreground) and Hartley Avenue (background).
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