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Abbey House Museum, grounds (Kirkstall)
Colour image2000s. View shows the grounds of Abbey House Museum, a public park with neatly laid out gardens, taken around 2005-2007. The building on the right is Abbey House Lodge situated on Morris Lane.
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Adel Lodge (Adel) (1 comment)
Black & White image1st December 1934. Situated at the junction of Long Causeway, to the left and Smithy Mills Lane. Large residence, home of Sir George William Martin JP.
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All Saints Lodge, Elland Road (Churwell)
Colour imageDecember 1968. View of All Saints Lodge built in 1911 on the site of the cottages known as Colliery Row. Local historian, Bob Dennis says that the first occupant of All Saints Lodge was the Reverend F.S. Sykes. He succeeded Reverend J.C. Handing when he left his appointment to become Vicar of Scammonden in 1913. All Saints Lodge is situated on Elland Road at the junction with Crossland Road, right. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Arley Grove from Aviary Road. (Armley)
Black & White image14th September 1982. View of Arley Grove from the junction with Aviary Road, foreground. The properties on the right are the rear of numbers 70 and 72 Armley Lodge Road, LeedsIndustrial Co-operative Society. Behind the caravan the District Church of St. Hugh is visible, with an entrance on Armley Lodge Road.
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Austhorpe Lane, Austhorpe Lodge, gatehouse (Austhorpe) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows on the left the gatehouse to Austhorpe Lodge, situated on Austhorpe Lane. On the right a man is herding cattle along the unmade road. Austhorpe Lodge is notable as being the birthplace, in 1724, of the celebrated engineer John Smeaton; it had been built in 1698 by his grandfather, also called John Smeaton, not long after the building of Austhorpe Hall (1694), a little to the north on Austhorpe Lane. Both Austhorpe Lodge and the gatehouse have now been demolished.
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