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Adel Crags (Alwoodley) (3 comments)
Black & White image6th July 1951. Image shows trees in the background and rough pasture in the foreground, near Adel Crags, sometimes referred to as Alwoodley Crags. To the right the houses in view are numbers 653 and 655 King Lane.
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Adel Crags from King Lane (Alwoodley) (6 comments)
Black & White image6th July 1951. View of King Lane from the bottom of The Avenue, with rough pasture and woods in the Adel Crags area in the background. Adel Crags are sometimes referred to as Alwoodley Crags. To the right a farmhouse can be seen. The open field shown now has a small playground on it.
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Adel, aerial view (Adel)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of housing in Adel, taken around the 1950s or 1960s. Otley Road runs along the edge of the built-up area from centre right to top left. Holt Lane runs across the middle of the photo. Above Holt Lane, from left, are Kingsley Avenue, Gainsbrough Drive and Gainsbrough Avenue, crossed by Kingsley Drive at the top and Kingsley Road in the middle. Below Holt Lane are, from left, Broomfield and Whinfield, with Farrar Lane just visible at the bottom right. The Lawnswood Arms public house is seen facing Otley Road near the centre right, while Adel Methodist Church is to the left of this at the corner of Holt Lane and Gainsbrough Avenue.
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Advertising hoarding, R. Barr Ltd., by signwriter Harry M. Kingston (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of an advertising hoarding promoting R. Barr (Leeds) Ltd., coach operators, of Sayner Road, Hunslet, said to be 'renowned for their service to all parts of Gt. Britain.' The advert, located in the Wallace Arnold Tours bus station on The Calls, was painted by Harry M. Kingston, signwriter, of Kingston Sign Designs Ltd., 25 Upper North Street.
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Advertising hoarding, Wallace Arnold Tours, by signwriter Harry M. Kingston (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. An advertising hoarding promoting Wallace Arnold Tours, at their bus station on The Calls, the work of master signwriter Harry M. Kingston, whose business, Kingston Sign Designs, was based at 25 Upper North Street. Wallace Arnold Ltd., motor coach tourists, of 59 Corn Exchange, are here advertising '6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 days tours' with 'first class hotels' and 'comfortable coaches'.
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