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Search Aspect ( White Cross )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cairn Avenue from Otley Road (Guiseley)
Colour imageApril 2004. View of Cairn Avenue taken from Otley Road (A65). Barratt Homes on the Chevin Court Estate are under construction. These include a mix of 2 bedroomed apartments, 3 and 4 bedroomed town houses and detached homes with 4, 5, 6 or 7 bedrooms. This area, close to the junction of the A65 with the Bradford Road, A6038, is known as White Cross and is almost opposite the White Cross Hotel. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Cairn Avenue from Otley Road (Guiseley)
Colour imagec2010. Image shows the relatively new but well established estate of Chevin Court at White Cross. This mix of apartments, town houses and detached homes was constructed by Barratts in 2004. The camera looks across Otley Road (A65) to Cairn Avenue on the fringe of the estate. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Farnell Landrover, White Cross Garage, Bradford Road (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. Image shows Farnell Landrover, White Cross Garage in Bradford Road. This is the site of the former Victoria Works (Walsh & Clarke). The upper storey of the cream building, in the background left, has been the venue of various nightclubs, including the Blue Kitten in the 1950s, the Paradise Club (late 1960s to mid 1970s) and Flashman's (1970s-1980.) Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Farnell Landrover, White Cross Garage, Bradford Road (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. Image taken at Farnell Landrover, White Cross Garage, located in Bradford Road. This building was the former Victoria Works. The first floor has been the venue of several nightclubs including the Blue Kitten in the 1950s, later to become the Paradise Club in the late 60s to mid 70s, then Flashman's (1970s-1980s). Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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Harry Ramsden's White Cross (Guiseley)
Colour image2004. Image shows Harry Ramsden's famous fish and chip restaurant located at White Cross. The business began in 1928 when Harry Ramsden first served fish and chips from a wooden hut before moving into these new premises. After financial difficulties the restaurant closed on the 19th December 2011 and was sold to the Whaler group. It reopened after extensive refurbishment as a branch of the Wetherby Whaler. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
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