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Search Aspect ( Seacroft Gate )
Location - Leeds & District

Ring Road Seacroft and York Road, from Seacroft Gate flats (Seacroft)
Black & White image28th February 2013. View from an outside corridor of Seacroft Gate flats looking down on the roundabout at the junction of York Road (left to right) and Ring Road Seacroft (top to bottom right). Coal Road runs alongside the Ring Road above the roundabout. Flats of Eastdean Grange (the block containing nos. 18-25) are seen in the centre.
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Seacroft aerial view (Seacroft)
Black & White image1962. Aerial view of Seacroft looking west. An area has been cleared in the centre for the building of Seacroft town centre, flanked by Seacroft Avenue, Seacroft Crescent and North Parkway; the latter winds around to the top centre of the photo. York Road runs up to the centre from the bottom right, passing between the two tower blocks of Seacroft Gate. Other tower blocks seen higher up are, from left, Brooklands Towers, Bailey Towers and Ramshead Heights; Queensview is yet to be built.
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Seacroft Avenue, from junction with Seacroft Crescent (Seacroft)
Black & White imagec1967. View along Seacroft Avenue from the junction with Seacroft Crescent. The Maternity and Child Welfare Clinic is on the right, while the bus station is further up towards the left. Seacroft House is beyond this with flats of Seacroft Gate behind it in the background.
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Seacroft Civic Centre, from Seacroft Gate (Seacroft)
Colour imagec late 1960s. View looking towards Seacroft Civic Centre probably taken from high up on one of the blocks of Seacroft Gate flats, with the other block visible on the far right. North Parkway runs in front of the Centre which includes the former Windmill fish and chip restaurant (empty here, but soon to re-open as the Skyliner restaurant) on the left, followed by Crown House government offices and a row of shops.
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Seacroft Shopping Centre, Queen's Parade (Seacroft)
Black & White imagec1967. View from a footbridge over Seacroft Crescent (which leads from Queensview high-rise flats) looking towards Queen's Parade and the Seacroft shopping centre, part of the Seacroft Civic Centre development opened in 1965. The high-rise flats of Seacroft Gate can be seen in the background.
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