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Search Aspect ( South Parkway )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View, South Parkway, Dufton Approach (Seacroft) (44 comments)
Black & White image17th September 1962 View looks across Seacroft, with Parklands Primary School in the centre, in the direction of Swarcliffe which can be seen in the top right. South Parkway runs from the centre of the left edge along the top of the school grounds. Dufton Approach runs from the left edge to the bottom right corner.
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Seacroft Works Depot, South Parkway (Seacroft)
Colour image2006. View shows part of the Seacroft Works Depot off South Parkway by the junction with York Road. This building, with windows missing or boarded up, is shortly to be demolished. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Seacroft Works Depot, South Parkway (Seacroft)
Colour image2006. View shows the Seacroft Works Depot by the junction of South Parkway and York Road during the process of demolition. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Seacroft, aerial view (Seacroft)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Seacroft showing the shopping centre at the top right. York Road runs just below the top right to near the bottom centre. Leading off this are Stocks Approach at the bottom right, South Parkway bottom left, St. James Approach to the centre left and Bailey's Lane to the top centre. Tower blocks at the top are, from left, Brooklands Tower, Bailey Towers and Queens view.
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South Parkway, new housing development, Councillor Arthur Vollans (Seacroft)
Black & White imageNovember 1989. Councillor Arthur Vollans is pictured in front of a new housing development in South Parkway. The project was a joint partnership between Leeds City Council, the Yorkshire Metropolitan Housing Association and the Yorkshire Bank. The development was part new build and part conversion of old cottage-style flats which had been standing empty. The new scheme provided 57 homes including 6 3 bedroomed houses, 4 2 bedroomed houses, 12 one-bedroomed flats for the elderly and 33 sheltered flats with a warden on site.
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