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Search Aspect ( Ring Road (Seacroft) )
Location - Leeds & District

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Seacroft Mill and Mill Green View, from Ring Road (Seacroft) (Seacroft)
Black & White imagec1967. View looking east from Ring Road (Seacroft) showing the old Seacroft Mill in the foreground with its windmill to the left, originally used for grinding corn. The other buildings were also once used as part of a farm; these have since been demolished but the windmill remains, though it has now been incorporated ino a hotel. Behind the mill are houses on Mill Green View, with Mill Green Gardens and Mill Green Close further back. The view looks towards the Swarcliffe estate where tower blocks seen in the background are, from left to right : Farndale Court (with part of Langbar Grange seen behind), Brayton Grange (with Langbar Towers barely visible behind), Ash Tree Grange, Ash Tree Court and Pennwell Croft.
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Seacroft Town Centre, aerial view (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Colour imagec1999. Aerial view of Seacroft centred on the shopping centre, in the process of a multi-million pound redevelopment scheme which has involved the demolition of most of the original buildings, built in the mid 1960s. North Parkway runs along the bottom of the site, Seacroft Avenue on the left and Seacroft Crescent along the top and right. Several tower blocks can be seen; Queensview being the tallest one behind the shopping centre, with Brookland Towers and Bailey Towers above this and the two blocks of Seacroft Gate on the left. At the bottom left is a roundabout connecting York Road with Ring Road (Seacroft) while on the bottom right is the Eastdean estate.
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Seacroft Town Centre, aerial view (Seacroft)
Colour imagec1999 Aerial view of Seacroft centred on the site of the shopping centre, in the process of a mult-million pound redevelopment scheme which started in 1999 with the demolition of the original 1960s buildings. Seacroft Avenue, Seacroft Crescent and North Parkway surround the site. At the roundabout on the bottom, Ring Road (Seacroft), running from left to right, crosses York Road, from left centre to bottom centre. Several tower blocks can be seen : Queensview is the tallest in the centre, with Brookland Towers and Bailey Towers at the top, two blocks of Seacroft Gate at the bottom and Ramshead Heights on the right.
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Seacroft Town Centre, aerial view (Seacroft)
Colour imagec1999 Aerial view of Seacroft with the shopping centre, in the process of undergoing major redevelopment, shown in the middle, surrounded by Seacroft Avenue, Seacroft Crescent and North Parkway. Ring Road (Seacroft) runs from bottom centre to the roundabout on the right, where it joins York Road, running across the middle from left to right. Several blocks of high rise flats can be seen : from left to right, Brookland Towers, Bailey Towers, Queensview, Ramshead Heights and two blocks of Seacroft Gate. On the bottom is the Hornsby housing estate.
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Seacroft Town Centre, aerial view (Seacroft)
Colour imagec1999 Aerial view of Seacroft with the shopping centre in the middle. Major redevelopment of the centre, originally opened in 1965, is underway. It is surrounded by on the left North Parkway, above Seacroft Avenue and on the right Seacroft Cresent. The tower block on the right is Queensview while on the left are the two tower blocks of Seacroft Gate. The roundabout on the left connects Ring Road (Seacroft), running vertically, and York Road horizontally. At the bottom of the picture is the Eastdean estate, comprising Eastdean Grove, Eastdean Gardens and Eastdean Rise.
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