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Buslingthorpe Lane, junction with Spring Hill (Buslingthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Buslingthorpe Lane showing the junction with Spring Hill on the right. A woman in an apron stands outside the house on the left, which is possibly no.129 Buslingthorpe Lane, while a man wearing a top hat is walking down Spring Hill. Photograph by Wormald of Leeds.
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Eastmoor Farm, Spring Hill (Adel)
Colour imageMarch 2013. View shows Eastmoor Farm on Spring Hill. This was originally the farm for Leeds Reformatory for Boys (later Eastmoor Approved school) on the opposite side of Spring Hill, which opened in 1857. The school has now been closed and is currently (2013) undergoing building work for a large housing development.
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Spring Hill (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image20th June 1950. View looking north west from Spring Hill. Factory is possibly Springwell Works. Houses on Woodhouse Ridge can be seen in the background.
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Spring Hill (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image20th June 1950. View looking north-east at the south-west side of Spring Hill, which was situated off Buslingthorpe Lane (Scott Hall Road end). Showing on the left a derelict shop with advertising boards for Colman's mustard and starch, and a row of terraced houses awaiting demolition. There is a man on the right looking over the wall.
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