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Hawthorn Cottage (Armley) (6 comments)
1975. View through the gates of the stone-built Hawthorn Cottage, located near Tower Lane.
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Tower Lane (Armley) (4 comments)
20th November 1963 View looks froom the premises of Tower Lane Garage towards Tower Works where the Leeds Meter Co Ltd, operated from. Parked cars can be seen in the foreground, one inside the wooden fronted garage.
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Tower Lane (Armley)
18th November 1963 View shows the back of the Tower Lane Garage at number 30 Tower Lane. The main part of the garage can be seen in the lights visible along the curved corrugated iron roof. On the left is a pick up truck belonging to the garage. Wooden fronted garages follow to the right.
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Tower Lane (Armley) (1 comment)
20th November 1963 View shows an unidentified brick building on Tower Lane, situated to the side of number 54. The doors on the left may have been outside toilets. In the central opening is being used to store a motorbike. To the right is a white painted door and window. This part of the structure may have been a shed or a workshop.
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Tower Lane (Armley)
18th November 1963 In the centre of this view are two gates giving pedestrian and vehicular access to numbers 40 and 50 Tower Lane from the road. Just inside the gates is an outside toilet block with a wall mounted bird table. The backs of numbers 34 to 38 Tower Lane can be seen in the background. On the right is an Esso sign outside Tower Lane Garage.
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