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Search Aspect ( Ings Road )
Location - Leeds & District

Holderness Terrace numbers 14 - 22 (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White image6th December 1972. Image shows Holderness Terrace numbered, from the left, 22 to 14. Holderness Terrace is a row of through, red brick terraced homes running between Queens Road, off camera, left, and Kings Road, off camera, right. This was one of a series of short streets between the two roads, and the names of the streets on either side were Howden Grove and Holderness Street. Queens Road and Kings Road are located off Alexandra Road. A car, reg: 570 EPY is parked outside number 14.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, looking north (Osmondthorpe) (3 comments)
Colour image21st January 1991. Colour photograph looking north along Osmondthorpe Lane showing the junction with Ings Road on the left. A petrol filling station can be seen beyond this with a removals and storage van parked at the side. The white building behind is Timmerdale's ice cream factory. Semi-detached housing is on the right of the picture and cars are parked by the side of the road.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, looking south (Osmondthorpe) (5 comments)
Colour image21st January 1991. Colour photograph looking south along Osmondthorpe Lane, showing A.J.R. Superstores, general grocer and off licence, at no. 84 on the right. Beyond this is Timmerdales ice cream factory with an advertising hoarding on the wall. The junction with Ings Road follows this, and semi-detached housing can be seen further down and on the left of the picture. A bus stop is in the centre.
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Osmondthorpe Lane, Timmerdale's Ice Cream Factory (Osmondthorpe)
Colour image21st January 1991. Colour photograph of Timmerdale's ice cream manufacturers' equipment factory at the corner of Osmondthorpe Lane and Ings Road. Advertising hoardings adorn the front and side of the building, including an advertisment for cigarettes on the side. Cars are parked at the front of the building. A.J.R. Superstores can be seen on the right.
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Osmondthorpe Old Hall, Osmondthorpe Lane (Osmondthorpe)
Black & White image2nd June 1931. View of Osmondthorpe Old Hall located on the east side of Osmondthorpe Lane taken not long before it was demolished in the 1930s. Many of the windows are boarded up. The Osmondthorpe Old Hall Estate also included a farm and this property may have been part of it. It were later converted to two cottages. The original Old Hall was a large, square building but it was demolished and entirely rebuilt in 1814. Among its owners were the Ibbetson and Skelton families. Another important large house was Osmondthorpe Hall which dated from the early eighteenth century and was situated on the west side of Osmondthorpe Lane before it was destroyed by fire in 1924. In 1886 the then owner, John Robinson, sold 50 acres of the grounds to the Council so that a park could be provided for the residents of east Leeds. This involved the construction of the broad, tree-lined Victoria Avenue through the park from York Road. More of the grounds were sold off in 1906 as building plots.
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