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Search Aspect ( Park Lane College )
Location - Leeds & District

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Green Lane School, Green Lane (Wortley) (20 comments)
Colour imageAugust 1994 View of Green Lane School in the process of demolition. It was built in 1872 and closed 110 years later in September 1982. It was well remembered for its rooftop playground. At one time the school was an annex to Park Lane College and later it became a furniture store for the Education department. For a period prior to demolition it remained empty and was badly vandalised.
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Park Lane College from the Police Headquarters in Westgate. (City Centre)
Colour imageSpring 1972. View of the new Park Lane College, left, taken from the former Police Headquarters in Westgate during the construction of stage 3 of the Inner Ring Road. This section of the Inner Ring Road, between Westgate and Wellington Bridge was completed in 1975. The foundation stone was laid by Margaret Thatcher on 3rd November 1971.
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Park Lane College from Wellington Street showing clearance for the Inner Ring Road. (City Centre)
Colour imageLate 1972. View of the new Park Lane College from Wellington Street. Margaret Thatcher laid the foundation stone on 3rd November 1971. The heaps of earth and old bricks in the foreground are the result of demolition and clearance of the area prior to the construction of stage 3 of the Inner Ring Road. This stage, between the Westgate Tunnel and Wellington Road was completed by 1975.
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Westgate from Park Lane College. (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour imageSpring 1972. View looking towards Westgate from Park Lane College, taking during the construction of the Inner Ring Road, Stage 3. The section between Westgate and Wellington Road was completed in 1975. In the centre background is the former Police Headquarters and on the right is the old BT offices which was demolished c1991/92. BT moved from here in the early 1980s.
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Westgate Roundabout towards the new Park Lane College. (City Centre)
Colour imageSpring 1972. View from Westgate Roundabout towards the new Park Lane College at the time of the construction of stage 3 of the Inner Ring Road. This section between Westgate and Wellington Road, was completed in 1975. Margaret Thatcher laid the foundation stone of Park Lane College on 3rd November 1971. It was designed by J.C. Riddell.
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