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Search Aspect ( Ingram Parade )
Location - Leeds & District

Holy Trinity Church, from Church Street (Rothwell) (2 comments)
Black & White imageSeptember 1969. View of Holy Trinity Church taken from Church Street with Ingram Parade on the right. The White Swan Public House is on the right.
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Meynell Avenue (Rothwell) (6 comments)
Black & White image8th October 1979. Image shows Meynell Avenue looking in the direction of Churchfield Lane. Churchfields are at the top on the left. The junction with Ingram Parade is in the centre. In the foreground, left, are numbers 4 and 4A, E.M. Longbottom, a shop, and William Hill's Bookmakers. Adjacent to William Hill's is Van Dungie House at the corner with Ingram Parade.
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Meynell Avenue, at the junction with Ingram Parade, Van Dungie House (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image8th October 1979. View of Meynell Avenue at the junction with Ingram Parade. Two young boys can be seen on Ingram Parade in front of Van Dungie House. The factory of Van Dungie Ltd. manufactures corporate clothing and uniforms at the present time (2004). The homes on the right are numbers 6, left and 8 Meynell Avenue.
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