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Search Aspect ( Potternewton View )
Location - Leeds & District

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Scott Wood Lane, detached house called Scott Hall Gardens (Potternewton) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th June 1948. iew of a stone built detached house in Scott Wood Lane, close to the junction with Potternewton View. It is marked on an O.S. map for 1952 as 'Scott hall Gardens'. One of the windows at the side of the house has been bricked up. A wooden shed is in the foreground next to the garden. Houses in the Potternewtons are visible in the background.
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Scott Wood Lane, detached house called Scott Hall Gardens (Potternewton)
Black & White image15th June 1948. mage shows the front view of a stone built detached house in Scott Wood Lane, close to the junction with Potternewton View. Steps lead up to a porch. A border surrounds the house and bushes and a shrubbery line the front.
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Scott Wood Lane, detached house, Scott Hall Gardens (Potternewton)
Black & White image15th June 1948. Image shows a detached house in Scott Wood Lane, close to the junction with Potternewton View. It is marked on an O.S. map for 1952 as 'Scott Hall Gardens'. The back garden of the premises is covered in rubble and earth. An outhouse can be seen on the right.
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Scott Wood Lane, detached stone property called 'Scott Hall Gardens' (Potternewton)
Black & White image15th June 1948. View of a stone built detached property, with a wooden porch. It was located on Scott Wood Lane close to the junction with Potternewton View and is marked on an O.S. map for 1952 as 'Scott Hall Gardens'.
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