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Search Aspect ( Leeds Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Allerton Bywater Library, Leeds Road (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image1995. View of the former premises of Allerton Bywater Branch Library on Leeds Road. In 2004 the library moved to the old Allerton Bywater Infants school on Vicars Terrace as part of the Millennium Village Project to regenerate the former mining area. Just visible on the left is no. 2 Leeds Road.
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Allerton Bywater Library, Leeds Road (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image1995. View of the old Allerton Bywater Library on Leeds Road. This branch was transferred in 2004 to new premises in the former Allerton Bywater Infants School on Vicars Terrace.
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Allerton Bywater Library, Leeds Road (Allerton Bywater)
Colour image1995. View of the former Allerton Bywater Branch Library on Leeds Road. The library has since been transferred to the old Allerton Bywater Infants School as part of of a multi-million pound regeneration project.
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Cliffe Lane, view from (Rawdon)
Black & White image9th December 1980. View from Cliffe Lane, foreground, showing the rear of stone properties fronting Leeds Road, left. The two storey adjoining building at the extreme left edge is Low Green Stores, a grocers. In the centre there is a walkway between the properties and Friends' School opened on 2nd April 1832 and was founded by the Society of Friends (Quaker Movement). The locality is known as Low Green and is a Conservation area.
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Cross Hills as it joins Leeds Road (B6137) showing the Methodist Chapel (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. Image shows part of Cross Hills as it becomes Leeds Road (B6137). The large brick built Methodist Chapel stands at the junction with Well Lane. The building was demolished in 1969. At the left edge Kippax West Riding County Library can be seen at number 13 Cross Hills. Directly opposite the Chapel is the White Swan Public House at number 15 Cross Hills. The Cross Hills area is the centre of Kippax. Road signs point to Great Preston, Allerton Bywater, Aberford and Castleford.
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