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Search Aspect ( Headingley Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Aerial View, Headingley Lane, Otley Road, St Michael's Church (Headingley) (3 comments)
Black & White image1926. Aerial view of Headingley. Headingley Lane runs from the top edge. In the centre of the view is St Michael's Church. Outside the church is the War Memorial situated at the junction of Headingley Lane, St Michael's Road, which runs towards the right edge, and Otley Road. Along the top edge are Manor and Richmond streets with the Granby streets seen in the bottom right corner.
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Appleyards Leeds Ltd (Headingley) (12 comments)
Black & White image11th July 1956. View of premises of petrol station - Appleyard of Leeds at Headingley Lane. Banners advertising The Daily Express and The Daily Sketch are displayed on the wall in front of and to the side of the garage. Petrol pumps can be seen on the forecourt. A Shell petrol sign is on a lamp post at the entrance.
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Ashwood, Headingley Lane (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1983 This photograph was taken in March 1983 showing the birth place of Alfred Austin who was born 1835 and died 1913. He was a barrister until his fathers death then he became a writer. In 1896 he was created poet laureate following Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Ashwood was built around 1836 in Gothic revival style.
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Buckingham House Estate (Headingley)
Black & White image22 April 1939 Plan of proposed improvements to Buckingham House Estate, on junction of Buckingham Road and Headingley Lane.
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First Church of Christ, Headingley Lane (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated The church was at some point renamed the Elinor Lupton Centre and is now an annexe for Leeds Girls High School. The church building, approaches, lawn and car park covering approximately 3800 square yards.
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