|||Advertising Hoardings (Stourton) (3 comments)
|31st January 1939.
View of advertsing signs on Wakefield Road at Thwaite gate.
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|||Barley Hill Road, looking south-west towards Wakefield Road (Garforth)
View of Barley Hill Road, looking south-west towards Wakefield Road. The building in the foreground, left, is Barley Hill Road Council School, built in 1907. Beyond, are two rows of terraced houses intersected by Poplar Avenue. On the right-hand side of Barley Hill Road a recreation ground was created, with a bowling green, tennis court, putting green and childrens' playground. In the background the road bends round to the right to join Wakefield Road. Barley Hill Road used to be known as Occupation Lane but is shown on a map dated 1908 with the name of Barley Hill Road.
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|||Blackgates House, NUPE offices (Tingley)
View of Blackgates House in Wakefield Road after it had undergone conversion for the use of NUPE. NUPE is the acronym for the Trade Union for Public Employees. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Blackgates School, Wakefield Road (Tingley)
View of Blackgates School in Wakefield Road. The school offered a full range of elementary education when it opened in 1894. It is now no longer used for education. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Blackgates, looking towards Tingley Crossroads (Tingley)
Postcard view looking along Wakefield Road from Blackgates, near the infant school, towards Tingley Crossroads. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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