|||Armley, street clearance around St. Bartholomew's Church (Armley)
View shows a cleared area beside St. Bartholomew's Church, which is visible in the background. Possibly looking from Fitzarthur Street, from where a digger is seen in the foreground. Streets in this area were demolished in the early 1980s.
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|||Churwell Park, the tennis court (Churwell)
Postcard view of the tennis courts in Churwell Park. These were erected in 1928 and replaced the site of three football pitches which had previously been used by local boys of varying age groups. St. Bartholomew's Church in Armley is visible in the middle distance. Postcard by Lilywhite Ltd., Brighouse. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Gott's Park (Armley)
View of Gott's Park showing formal flower beds in the foreground. The spire of St. Bartholomew's Church can be seen in the background on the left and the tower of Christ Church can be seen in the background on the right. The photograph dates from the late 1940s.
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|||Laneside, the Leeds Landscape from (Churwell)
View of the Leeds landscape from Laneside, also showing the Jewish Cemetery in the centre. The cemetery is at the side of Gelderd Road. In the distance St. Bartholomew's Church at Armley is visible. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Lowtown, view down (Pudsey)
View down Lowtown towards Hough Side Road. The shops and properties number from 95 (with white painted stone archway in the foreground), at the corner with Kent Road (formerly Crimbles Road), to 117 Lowtown at the junction with Hough Side Road. St. Bartholomew's Church is visible in the distance.
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