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Search Aspect ( Moresdale Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Foundry Lane, taken in front of number 750 (Seacroft)
Black & White image1927. Image taken in front of number 750 Foundry Lane, one of a pair of semi-detached houses. The view looks beyond fencing along the roadside across to hedgerows and dates from 1927. The land opposite the houses is nowadays occupied by South Seacroft One Stop Centre, addressed as numbers 91 to 93 Moresdale Lane. Gordons Chemist Ltd is situated at number 91 and at number 95 is the surgery of Dr. R.E. Pearson & Partners. There is also now a housing estate located where the fields are visible, the streets of which have names taken from the Lake District. This section of Foundry Lane is between Somerville Grove and Somerville Mount.
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Seacroft Grange Primary School, Moresdale Lane (Seacroft) (3 comments)
Colour image2000 View of the entrance to Seacroft Grange Primary School situated on Moresdale Lane. The school is a one storey brick building with railings around the perimeter. Due to falling numbers in the area, this and another school have been threatened with closure, with plans in place for a new two form entry school to be built. Since then alternative proposals have been put forward but the final decision on the future of Seacroft Grange at this time is not yet known (2003).
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Seacroft Grange Primary School, Moresdale Lane (Seacroft) (4 comments)
Colour image2000 View of Seacroft Grange Primary School in Moresdale Lane, showing the carpark and entrance. Leeds City Credit Union operate from here on a weekly basis, and there is 'Sure Start' scheme, both offering support to the community, particularly young families.
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Wilson's Arms, Meresdale Lane, demolition (Seacroft) (3 comments)
Colour image12th August 2003. View shows demolition in progress of the Wilson's Arms public house on Moresdale Lane, situated between the junctions with Foundry Mill Street, to the left, and Foundry Mill Mount, to the right. The pub was built by Ramsden Brewery in the 1930s. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Wilson's Arms, Moresdale Lane, demolition (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Colour image12th August 2003. View shows the Wilson's Arms on Moresdale Lane during the process of demolition. This public house was situated between the junctions with Foundry Mill Mount and Foundry Mill Street. It had been built by Ramsden Brewery in the 1930s. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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