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Asquith Avenue, Victoria Road junction, aerial view (Morley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the area around the junction of Asquith Avenue, from the left, and Victoria Road, from the right. Victoria Primary School can be seen in the centre. The unmade road below Asquith Avenue is Nepshaw Lane. Photograph from David Atkinson Archive.
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Bank Street, Church Street and Victoria Road, Aerial View (Morley)
Black & White image1929. Aerial view of the triangle of land between Bank Street, Church Street and Victoria Road. The mill with the tall chimney in the centre of this land is J.& S. Rhodes, Prospect Mills, whose high water tower is at the side of Victoria Road near the entrance to the newly completed Ingle council housing estate. Towards the Dartmouth from this are the old buildings of Providence Mill, which eventually became absorbed within the Prospect. At the bottom of the image, between Brunswick Street and Bank Street, is Victoria Mills, which also had a tall chimney and belonged to Benn and Webster's. Since closure, the large, roadside building has been converted into flats. Albion Mills, which burned down in 1950, is shown in the top right-hand corner abutting on to Church Street. Along Bank Street, well above the level of the Valley Stream, (here, culverted), are the old Prospect House, Yew Tree House, Bank House and Corporal Crowther's House with the New Old Chapel at the Church Street junction. Yew Tree House was built in 1650 by Richard Huntington and sold by him to Dorothy Waller, daughter of the poet, Edmund Waller. This house is now divided in two with one half now called Swinden House, named after a Dr Swinden who inhabited this house after it had been divided. These houses are now nos. 78 and 80 Bank Street and are Grade II listed. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Boundary stone, Victoria Road (Morley)
Colour imageAugust 1968. Image shows the Boundary Stone between Churchwell and Morley on Victoria Road. The pair of semi-detached houses, Northfield, left, and Hillgarth, right, are actually in Morley as at this point the boundary runs down the middle of the road. Photograph by David Atkinson, part of the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bridgewater Place under construction (Holbeck)
Colour image2006. View of Bridgewater Place under construction, taken from Holbeck, near Marshall Mills. Bridgewater Place in Victoria Road was constructed between 2004 and 2007 and has 32 floors. An opening ceremony was held on 26th April 2007 and the local BBC news was braodcast from the top of the tower in a special 'Look North' programme. The building was designed by Aedas Architects Ltd and the developers were Landmark Development Projects and St. James Securities. The Main Contractor was Bovis Lend Lease. The lower 10 floors contain 21,800sq metres of office space and there are 200 residential apartments on the upper 20 floors. The basement and lower ground floors are given over to car parking. Image courtesy of James Bell.
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Bridgewater Place, under construction (Holbeck)
Colour image2000s. View from Victoria Bridge showing Bridgewater Place under construction. Situated at the corner of Victoria Road and Water Lane, this would become the tallest building in Leeds on its completion in 2007. Its 32 storeys would include luxury apartments, office and retail space, and car parking. Taken sometime between 2004 and 2006.
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