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Bramley tram Depot, showing tram cars (Bramley) (1 comment)
1937. Image shows tram cars at Bramley Tram Depot in Henconner Lane at Bramley Town End. In the foreground is tram car number 152, one of four Horsfield designed trams built in 1930 in Leeds. (R.L. Horsfield was the General Manager of Leeds Tramways between 1929 and 1931.) Also seen in the background is number 193. This one is one of a series of 50 designed by Horsfield and built in 1931. Works tram number 10 is visible on the left.
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Gamecock Inn, Greenthorpe Late 1960s. (Bramley) (4 comments)
Late 1960s. 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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Green Hill Mount, Green Hill Road (Bramley)
19th November 1968. View looking east from Henconner Lane at the junction with Green Hill Mount (left) and Green Hill Road (right). Cars are parked on the road outside semi-detached houses.
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Green Hill Road, Nos.237-241 (Bramley) (2 comments)
1st December 1968. os.237 to 241 Green Hill Road, near Henconner Lane. Detached and semi-detached houses are on the left.
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Greenthorpe Farm (Bramley) (1 comment)
25th April 1931. Henconner Lane, farmer Charles Abraham Thackray. View of lane and farm buildings. The bridge to the right is carrying the railway line from Leeds through Bramley to Pudsey.
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