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Search Aspect ( Thorpe Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Austhorpe Lane, looking north (Austhorpe) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th June 1955. View shows semi-detached houses on Austhorpe Lane, running in ascending order from no. 123 on the left. Telegraph poles are visible. Austhorpe Hall is just off the picture beyond the stone wall to the right.
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Austhorpe Lane, looking north (Austhorpe) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th June 1952. A view of the lane looking downhill, showing on the left a row of brick semi-detached houses, running in ascending order from no. 125 on the far left. A dirt bank separates the houses from the road. There are two telegraph poles on the left and many mature trees can be seen in the far distance. A Ford Prefect is parked beside the wall on the right of the road; off the picture beyond the wall is Austhorpe Hall.
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Austhorpe Lane, nos. 121-133 (Austhorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1952. View shows Austhorpe Lane rising from the right to the left of the photograph. The unsurfaced road is bordered by high earth verges covered in grass and shrubs. A woman dressed in long overcoat and gloves can be seen looking up the hill. Behind the right hand verge are the fronts of a row of semi-detached houses with bay windows and porches. These are numbered, from the left, 121 to 133. Off the picture on the other side of the road is Austhorpe Hall. A garden wall and fence are to the right, a tree and telegraph pole to the left.
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Austhorpe Lane, nos. 123-131 (Austhorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1952. View shows a row of brick semi-detached houses with round bay windows. No. 131 Austhorpe Lane is on the right, then numbers follow in descending order to 123 just visible on the left. They have small front gardens with low stone walls. Between the dirt pavement and the road there is a grass covered bank of earth.
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Austhorpe Road, railway bridge and signal box (Cross Gates)
Black & White imagec1900-10. Looking south along Austhorpe Road showing the bridge across the Leeds & Selby railway with the railway signal box to the right. This stretch of road is now known as Austhorpe Lane. The photo was taken by Mr. John W. Hague, who had a newsagents shop at no.15 Station Road.
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