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Search Aspect ( Lovell Park Heights )
Location - Leeds & District

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Little London, aerial view (Little London)
Black & White imageApril 1966. Aerial view looking from the Little London area in the foreground towards the City Centre at the top. Running through the centre from bottom right to top left is Lovell Park Road which becomes Wade Lane further up. To the left is North Street while running across the photo towards the top is Albion Street/Woodhouse Lane. At the bottom are 3 blocks of high-rise flats, from left, Lovell Park Heights, Lovell Park Grange and Lovell Park Towers. Visible towards the top centre are the Merrion Centre, the Civic Hall and at the very top the Town Hall.
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Lovell Park Hill, Lovell Park Heights (Little London)
Black & White image19th January 2006. View showing part of Lovell Park Heights tower block off Lovell Park hill. Along with Lovell Park Grange and Lovell Park Towers, this formed part of a development of 3 residential blocks built in 1967, each with 17 storeys at a total height of 47 metres. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Lovell Park Hill, showing high rise flats (Little London)
Black & White image19th January 2006. View from the vicinity of Lovell Park Hill showing three blocks of high rise flats. On the left is Lovell Park Towers, centre Lovell Park Heights and right Lovell Park Grange. They were all constructed in 1967 to a height of 47 metres on 17 floors. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Meanwood Road at the junction with Clay Pit Lane (Little London)
Colour image8th March 1983 View of Meanwood Road at the junction with Clay Pit Lane showing Number 4 Meanwood Road on the left, the premises of E.B. Balmforth Ltd., Leather Manufacturers. In the background, left Lovell Park Grange and Lovell Park Heights are visible.
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Meanwood Road at the junction with Clay Pit Lane (Little London)
Colour image8th March 1983 Image shows Meanwood Road at the junction with Clay Pit Lane. The brick building in the foreground with advertising is Number 4 Meanwood Road, the premises of E.B. Balmforth Ltd., Leather Manufacturer. The highrise flats in the background, right, are Lovell Park Grange and Lovell Park Heights, built in 1971 to a height of 47 metres comprising, along with Lovell Park Towers, 297 flats.
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