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Results Found (7), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect ( industrial school )
Location - Leeds & District

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Ring Road under construction (Shadwell)
Black & White image27th August 1923. Image shows the Ring Road under construction. Tramlines have been laid on rubble and there are open fields to either side of the unmade road. The road runs past the former site of Shadwell Industrial School.
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Shadwell Lane, Leeds Industrial School, aerial view (Moortown) (54 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Shadwell Lane showing Leeds Industrial School for Boys, later Shadwell Children's Centre. Residential streets at the top include Linton Avenue, Linton Grove and Linton Crescent.
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Shadwell School for Boys, haircut (Moortown) (3 comments)
Black & White imageNovember 1966. Image shows a young boy (Peter Jackson, who sent in the photograph) receiving a haircut on his arrival at Shadwell Approved School for Boys, as part of the strict regime that was in operation at the institution. Situated on Shadwell Lane, it had originally been built in 1879 as Leeds Industrial School.
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Shadwell School for Boys, joiners shop (Moortown) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1960s. View of Shadwell School for Boys showing some of the pupils at work in the joiners' shop. This was one of the trades that was taught at this approved school alongside academic tuition. Boys were sent here by a court after committing minor offences or being considered beyond parental control. The school, on Shadwell Lane, was originally built in 1879 as Leeds Industrial School for Boys, to cater for destitute or vagrant children in danger of coming under the influence of criminals.
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Shadwell School for Boys, joiners' shop (Moortown) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1960s. View shows boys at work learning a trade in the joiners' shop of Shadwell Approved School for Boys. This was one of various trades taught at the school alongside academic subjects; others included metalwork, painting and decorating and farm work. The school was built in 1879 and was originally Leeds Industrial School for Boys. Situated on Shadwell Lane, it is now the site of Stoneleigh Court apartments which have incorporated some of the old buildings.
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