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Search Aspect ( Red Hall Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View, Red Hall Lane, Coal Road (Shadwell)
Black & White image1962 In the centre of this view, the Red Hall housing estate is in the process of being built. Red Hall Lane runs from the right edge to the bottom edge where a field with bales of hay can be seen. Coal Road is just visible in the bottom left corner.
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Pigeon Cote, Red Hall Lane (Shadwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Grade II listed pigeon cote on the north side of Red Hall Lane, approximately 150 metres north-west of Redhall House. It most likely dates from the mid 18th century and was restored in 1975. The pigeon house is believed to be brick-lined with nesting holes. The exterior is built in course squared gritstone and it has a stone slate roof with a cupola at the apex. It is part of a range of farm buildings associated with Manor Farm. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Red Hall Aged Person's Home, Red Hall Lane (Shadwell)
Black & White imageDecember 1971. View shows part of Red Hall, on Red Hall Lane off Wetherby Road, at the time occupied by the Red Hall Aged Person's Home. This is an extension leading off from the back of the main house. Red Hall is a Grade II listed building dating from about 1650, which was built for Richard Lodge, a prosperous merchant of Leeds. During the following nearly three hundred years it was home to various prominent Leeds families : the Saviles (c1660s-1710), the Ibbetsons (1710-1769), the Simpsons and Atkinsons (1769-1840s) and the Sagar-Musgraves (1865-1937). In 1937 the house was sold to Leeds Corporation and was used by Leeds City Transport Department during the Second World War, before becoming an aged person's home. More recently (from around 1996) it has been the headquarters of the Rugby Football League.
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Red Hall Aged Person's Home, Red Hall Lane (Shadwell)
Black & White imageDecember 1971. View of Red Hall Aged Person's Home, occupying a listed building that was originally built for Richard Lodge in around 1650. This is a side view showing an extension to the main building. Red Hall was bought by Leeds Corporation in 1937 and was used as the city's Transport Department during World War II before becoming a residential home for elderly ladies. Since 1996 it has been the heaquarters of the Rugby Football League.
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Red Hall Aged Person's Home, Red Hall Lane (Shadwell)
Black & White imageDecember 1971. View of Red Hall Aged Person's Home on Red Hall Lane off Wetherby Road, showing part of the building that leads off at the back of the main Red Hall house. Red Hall originally dates from around 1650 when it was built for Richard Lodge. It was a private residence owned by prosperous Leeds families until 1937 when it was bought by Leeds Corporation, later becoming a local authority-run elderly person's home. Since around 1996 it has been the headquarters of the Rugby Football League. It is now a listed building.
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