|||Camp Road, looking north (Little London)
View looking north along Camp Road towards Lovell Park Towers in the centre. This tower block, along with the neighbouring Lovell Park Heights and Lovell Park Grange, was built in 1967 and reaches a height of 47 metres over 17 floors. This part of Camp Road has since been replaced by Lovell Park Road.
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|||Clay Pit Lane Lovell Park Road Flyover (Little London)
|29th November 1999.
View of Clay Pit Lane with Lovell Park Road flyover overhead.
On the left are the 3 Oatland blocks of flats.
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|||Claypit Lane/Lovell Park (City Centre)
|29th November 1999. View looking along Claypit Lane on to Lovell Park Road Halifax PLC can be seen on left.
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|||Inner Ring Road Construction, aerial view (City Centre)
View of the Inner Ring Road under construction. The building started in January 1964 with the 1200' tunnel which opened in January 1967. The section between Woodhouse Lane and Quarry Hill was opened in August 1968. In the foreground, left, is Carlton Barracks, home of the Territorial Army. At the right hand side is the tailoring firm, Hepworth's Ltd, now Ventura. Claypit Lane runs from left to right across the centre and over the new Inner Ring Road. The next flyover is Lovell Park Road with Elmwood Mills to the left of it and Tower House and Merrion Centre multi-storey car park to the right. Above, the square surrounded by trees is Lovell Park and on the right of the park is the on the circular plot there is the Leeds Public Dispensary on North Street. Immediately above is Crispin House. The ABC is visible at the top of Vicar Lane. Quarry Hill Flats are visible at the very top edge.
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|||Inner Ring Road in the direction of the City Centre (City Centre) (1 comment)
View of Inner Ring Road in the direction of the City Centre. Traffic is visible crossing over the Inner Ring Road on Lovell Park Road. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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