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Search Aspect ( Providence Avenue )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Providence Avenue, derelict bowling green (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View of Back Providence Avenue showing an area of derelict land, formerly a bowling green, bordered by a stone wall. Four-storey houses are in the background which front onto Providence Avenue.
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Back Providence Avenue, looking towards Quarry Mount Primary School (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View shows Back Providence Avenue looking towards Quarry Mount Primary School, with its clock tower seen in the distance. On the left are the backs of terraced houses which face onto Providence Avenue. Beyond the wall on the right is a derelict bowling green.
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Pennington Terrace, derelict bowling green (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View shows a derelict bowling green surrounded by a stone wall at the junction of Back Providence Avenue (left) and Pennington Terrace (right). Terraced housing is situated on both of these streets while St. Gabriel's Church can be seen in the centre background and the clock tower of Quarry Mount Primary School on the right.
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Providence Avenue, junction with Delph Lane (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageAugust 1985. View from Providence Avenue at the junction with Delph Lane. A corner shop with a window bricked up has advertisements for Cadbury's chocolate and John Player cigarettes. Across Delph Lane is Delph View, where Delph Manor Adult Residential Centre can be seen.
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Providence Avenue, looking east (Woodhouse)
Colour imageAugust 1985. Looking east along Providence Avenue towards Quarry Mount Primary School on Pennington Street. Providence Avenue is a cobbled street with parking spaces on the left hand side and four-storey red brick terraced houses on both sides.
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