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Search Aspect ( Shire Oak Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Otley Road, aerial view (Headingley)
Black & White image16th July 1937. Aerial view showing Otley Road running up from the bottom right, becoming Headingley Lane at the top left by the junction with St. Michael's Road. St. Michael's Church is seen on the corner. Streets above Otley Road are Granby Terrace, Bennett Road and North Lane while below Otley Road are Shire Oak Road, Shire Oak Street and Wood Lane. The Methodist Church is seen just below centre towards the right. Even back in 1937 the road is quite busy with traffic. A proposed by-pass is shown in red that was never built.
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Otley Road, junction with Shire Oak Street (Headingley)
Black & White imagec1983. View of Otley Road showing the junction with Shire Oak Street on the right. Flexiwords computer shop is on the corner at no.18 Otley Road; this is followed by businesses including the Leeds and Holbeck Building Society, Barclays Bank, Woodcock Travel and Supasnaps. The Arndale Centre is on the left beyond the junction with Wood Lane.
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Otley Road, looking north west (Headingley)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking north-west along Otley Road, taken around the 1930s, shops on the right include Hubert Savile, stationer, at no. 12, Sorkins stores, grocers, no. 14 and George Henson, butcher, no. 16. After the junction with Shire Oak Street are R.A. Smith, draper at no. 18 and the Georgian Cafe no. 20. Shop fronts on the left are not visible but a clock sign for J.R. Welch, ladies hairdressing, can be seen. The road is quite busy with cars and tramlines are also visible.
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Otley Road, looking towards Arndale Centre (Headingley)
Colour image13th October 1999. View along Otley Road, with Bennett Road at the left edge. The junction with Shire Oak Street is seen at the right of centre, on the left of the brick gabled building. Shops and businesses, including Oasis Hair Salon, left, at number 37 Otley Road, are visible. The Arndale Centre is seen in the distance on the right.
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Otley Road, painting by Pete Lapish (Headingley)
Colour imagec1900. Turn of the 20th century view of Otley Road in this study by Yorkshire artist, Pete Lapish. It looks towards Far Headingley. At this time the trams terminated at West Park. At the left edge, at number 45 Otley Road, on the south-west side, the grocery store of George Frederick Parkin is visible. Further along, at number 49, is the confectionary business of the Misses Emily and Florence Maud Lawson. Further down still is the junction with North Lane. At the right edge, on the north-east side of Otley Road, there is Joseph Sidney Savile & Co., stationers at number 12, followed by Charles Hardy Hollingworth, boot manufacturer at number 14. The junction with Shire Oak Street is also visible on the right. Some images by Pete Lapish are available to purchase as postcards or greetings cards from Leeds Visitor Centre - see our 'useful links' page.
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