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Local resident in First World War uniform (Wetherby) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated Image shows a young local resident, Percy Waterhouse in First World War uniform. Percy lived at 42 Woodhill View in the town.
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Tinshill Tower, from Tinshill Road (Cookridge)
Colour imageMarch 2013. View looking towards Tinshill BT Tower, also known as Cookridge Tower, from the area of Tinshill Road which runs from bottom centre to centre left. Woodhill Rise is on the left edge. To the right of centre is Carr Bridge Drive while on the far right flats on Tinshill Close can be seen. Tinshill BT Tower, situated on Otley Old Road, is a tele-communications tower built of reinforced concrete and is one of the highest points of Leeds, being located in an elevated part of the city with its base 192 metres above sea level. Cookridge Water Tower, also on Otley Old Road, is visible to the left of it.
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View from the top of St James's Church looking south (Wetherby)
Black & White image1950/1951. View from the top of St James's Church looking south, showing Market Place, the Town Hall and Woodhill in the background. The Town Hall is the large building with the triangular roof, right of centre. It stands in Market Place.
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