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Search Aspect ( Lawns Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Balm Beck (Hunslet)
Black & White image22nd November 1946. View of Balm Beck as it flows east from Balm Road to Lawns Lane.
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Farnley Hall Park (Farnley)
Colour image2005. View of footpaths meandering through Farnley Hall Park part of the Estate which, from the late 15th Century belonged to the Danby family. It is now owned by Leeds City Council and is classed as a 'remnant of Historic Parkland' and a 'Leeds Nature Area'. There is a vehicle and pedestrian access from Back Lane and Pedestrian access from Lawns Lane.
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Gainsborough Fields, Lawns Lane (Farnley) (3 comments)
Black & White image18th June 1953. View of Nos.1 and 3 Gainsborough Fields. On the left is a dirt road separated from the gardens by a stone wall. The far garden has a garage in it. Behind are Nos.1 and 3, semi-detached houses. The one on the left is named "White Haven".
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Lawns House School, junction of Chapel Lane and Lawns Lane (Farnley) (7 comments)
Black & White imagec1952. Birds eye view of Lawns House School at the junction of Chapel Lane and Lawns Lane. From 1943 to 1957 it was for the education of the deaf and partially deaf children. From 1947 some of the pupils were accommodated at nearby Farnley Hall. On the closure of Lawns House School in 1957 pupils were transferred to Elmete Hall at Roundhay. The building was purpose built as the James Graham Open Air School, known in 1932 as the 'Farnley Open Air School for Debilitated Children'. It catered for children with health problems such as T.B., Scarlet Fever, Asthma etc. St. Michael & All Angels Church can be seen at the top edge of the image with Lawns Lane running beside it. There is a glimpse of Chapel Lane through the trees and behind the buildings in the background. Only the main building, Lawns House, remains standing. The other properties have been demolished and the site is now a housing estate.
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Lawns Lane (Farnley)
Black & White imageUndated Postcard showing tree lined road enclosed by stone walls.
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