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Search Aspect ( Oatlands )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alfred Cross Street, Oatlands Inn (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White image17th April 1958 View of the Oatlands Inn public house, it was one of Tetleys houses. Situated at number 10 Alfred Cross Street.
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Meanwood Road looking towards junction with Clay Pit Lane (Little London)
Colour image8th March 1983 View of Meanwood Road looking in the direction of the junction with Clay Pit Lane. 5 blocks of highrise flats are visible, the 3 on the left are the Lovell Parks and the 2 seen right are the Oatlands.
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Oatlands, one time home of architect, Robert D.Chantrell, Camp Road (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of 'Oatlands' the one-time home of the architect Robert Dennis Chantrell (1793-1872), probably most well known in Leeds for his designs for the re-building of Leeds Parish Church, although he was responsible for other notable Leeds architecture of the day, for instance, Leeds Public Baths, Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society Hall, shops in Bond Street and the South Market. He did not design this house however, or even make extensions to it, it is thought. It was believed to have dated from the 18th century and would not have been considered noteworthy architecturally at the time. Although close to the centre of Leeds, locations further to the north, such as Headingley, tended to be more fashionable at this time. The house was quite large due to the additions that had been built onto it but it was more like a substantial cottage than a grand house. Robert Chantrell moved into Oatlands with his family in the July of 1833 and lived there until he relocated to Lincoln's Inn Fields in London in the mid 1840s. From Mr Brown's album of photographs of old Leeds. Photograph by Wormald of Leeds.
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Sheepscar Beck, Oatlands Bridge (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated. Image showing Oatlands Bridge which carried Sackville Street over Sheepscar Beck. The view, believed to date from the 1960s, looks downstream in a south-easterly direction.
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