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Championship Garden at Seacroft estate (Seacroft) (4 comments)
Black & White image1951. Image shows the Championship Garden at Seacroft Estate, entered into the annual Flowers for Leeds Competition. A cameraman is filming from a platform on board a truck to record the winning garden. Several residents can be seen watching the action, bottom right-hand corner.
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Foundry Approach, view over Killingbeck (Harehills)
Colour imageUndated. View over Killingbeck taken from Foundry Approach. The 1903 clock tower of Seacroft Hospital is visible in the background. Image courtesy of John Garnett.
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Foundry Lane, taken in front of number 750 (Seacroft)
Black & White image1927. Image taken in front of number 750 Foundry Lane, one of a pair of semi-detached houses. The view looks beyond fencing along the roadside across to hedgerows and dates from 1927. The land opposite the houses is nowadays occupied by South Seacroft One Stop Centre, addressed as numbers 91 to 93 Moresdale Lane. Gordons Chemist Ltd is situated at number 91 and at number 95 is the surgery of Dr. R.E. Pearson & Partners. There is also now a housing estate located where the fields are visible, the streets of which have names taken from the Lake District. This section of Foundry Lane is between Somerville Grove and Somerville Mount.
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Hansby Grange and York Road, from Seacroft Gate flats (Seacroft)
Colour image28th February 2013. View looking down from the high-rise flats of Seacroft Gate, showing the smaller flats of Hansby Grange in the centre foreground. This is the block containing nos. 18 to 25, while the one containing nos. 9 to 17 is partially seen on the far left. Hansby Bank is on the far side of the flats. York Road is on the right, with Deacon House, part of Leeds City College, visible on the corner with Seacroft Avenue. The Green can be seen in the background with St. James's Church at the far edge.
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Lynchets in a field looking towards Seacroft Estate (Killingbeck)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the distinct outline of Lynchets, agricultural terraces formed by the prolonged ploughing of the slope. The lynchets are thought to date back to at least the Medieval period. The lynchets stretch south-west from Foundry Lane towards the site of an old farm, Killingbeck Farm, which was later to become the site of Killingbeck Smallpox Hospital, built in 1915. The farmland was once part of the Temple Newsam Estate but a farm here was at one time called Killingbeck Grange Farm, 'Grange' meaning that it was a monastic farm with links to the Cistercian monks of Kirkstall Abbey. In the background there are three blocks of flats that can be clearly seen. These are, left, Parkway Towers in Brooklands Crescent, Parkway Court in Foundry Lane, centre, and Parkway Grange also in Foundry Lane, right, all built in 1967. The view is looking towards Seacroft Estate. Image courtesy of John Garnett.
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