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Search Aspect ( Upland Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Clock Cinema, Roundhay Road (Harehills) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Clock Cinema and buildings in Roundhay Road near the junctions of Upland Road and Easterly Road. The Clock Cinema opened on 21st November 1938. It was designed by Norman Fowler of architects, Messrs. Kitson, Parish, Ledgard & Pyman of Leeds. At the time of this photograph the film showing was 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
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Coupland Road postcard (Garforth)
Black & White imageEarly 1900s. A copy of a postcard produced in the early 1900s of Coupland Road.
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Coupland Road, Salvation Army Citadel (Garforth)
Black & White imagec1920s. View shows a group of Salvation Army members outside their Citadel on Coupland Road. This was a wooden building with a corrugated iron roof situated just off Main Street. When the alignment of the junction with Main Street was changed in 1927 the Citadel had to be demolished. Included in the picture, from left to right, are : back row - Philip Mallison, Albert Kilburn, Gilbert Mallison; middle row - John Higgins, Tommy Kilburn (bandmaster), Major D. Thornton and an unknown female officer; front row - children Molly Mallison and Peggy Mallison
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Coupland Road, Salvation Army Citadel, interior view (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows a Harvest Festival at the Salvation Army Citadel on Coupland Road.
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Coupland Road's Salvation Army Citadel (Garforth)
Black & White image 1920s. Just visible on the right-hand side is the Salvation Army Citadel, which was situated on Coupland Road. The view down one street is towards the recreation grounds. Garforth had a very active Salvation Army unit, which included a band who would play at Town End every Sunday.
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