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Adel Lane (Adel)
Black & White image14th August 1944. This large whitewashed brick house is obscured by folliage of the sycamore trees at the front. You can see the double bay windows at the front and a window at the side with decorative shutters. Various shrubs and bushes are growing along the grass verge and under the trees.
[internal reference; 8489:CLIC Adel 5]
[2]
Austhorpe Lane (Austhorpe) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th June 1952. A general view of the lane looking downhill, showing on the left a row of brick semi-detached houses. The nearest house has a rounded bay window. A dirt bank separates the houses from the road. There are two telegraph poles on the left. Many mature trees can be seen in the far distance. A Ford Prefect is parked beside the wall on the right of the road.
[internal reference; 8529:CLIC Aus 10]
[3]
Austhorpe Lane (Austhorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1952. A row of brick semi-detached houses with round bay windows. They have small front gardens with low stone walls. Between the dirt pavement and the road there is a grass covered bank of earth.
[internal reference; 8531:CLIC Aus 12]
[4]
Blackman Lane,Pleasant Dairy. (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageApril 1904. Front view of premises of J.C Bilton, Plumber (see also CLIB Black 19). To right of photo is covered passage leading through to other side of house.
[internal reference; 410:CLIB Black 22]
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Foundry Lane improvement (Harehills)
Black & White image19th September 1935.Looking from Harehills Lane down Bellbrooke and Foundry Lane (renamed Foundry Approach). Also seen are Bellbrook Place and Broughton Terrace, Grimshaws removal van is crossing Bellbrooke from Bellbrooke Grove. Shops seen are Bellbrooke fisheries, Smiths Grocers, L. Thompson bakers, British and Argentinian Meat Co. Ltd, Thrift stores, and Rymers fruiterer.
[internal reference; 231:CLIB Harehills 10]