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Search Aspect ( Supertram )
Location - Leeds & District

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Belle Isle Road (Belle Isle) (2 comments)
Colour image2005. View of the dual carriageway Belle Isle Road, looking in the direction of the City Centre. It is a potential corridor for the route south from the city of the proposed Leeds Supertram.
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Hebden Approach showing a Children's Playground (Whinmoor) (2 comments)
Colour image2000. View looking across a children's playground situated back from the junction of Sherburn Road North and Hebden Approach. At the rear, a row of residential properties in Hebden Approach can be seen. There are two sets of swings, a slide and an adventure climbing frame in the play area, but since this photograph was taken these have been dismantled in readiness for the construction of part of the network of the East Leeds line of the new Supertram.
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Old Red Lion Pub on York Road at the Junction with Baildon Drive. (Whinmoor) (16 comments)
Colour image2000. View of the Old Red Lion on York Road. The front has been laid out with shrubs and there are hanging baskets at first floor level. The colourfully painted pub sign depicting a lion's head hangs on the corner of the building. There are plans for the new Supertram route to cross York Road by the Old Red Lion. It will turn left off Baildon Drive and meet the A64 York Road where there will be a signalised junction. Interestingly, the Old Red Lion Inn was the first Inn after the toll bar on the turnpike at Whinmoor, stage coaches used the Old Red Lion on route to and from York.
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Playground set back from the junction of Sherburn Road and Hebden Approach (Whinmoor)
Colour image2000. View of a children's playground in Whinmoor set back in a green space between Sherburn Road and the junction with Hebden Approach. In the background are terraced houses and a view across York Road to Sherburn Court, a block of high-rise flats situated in Sherburn Approach. It was built in 1966 to a height of 44 metres with 15 floors of accommodation. Development is beginning in this area of the construction of the East Leeds network of the Supertram.
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