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Broad Lane (Bramley)
2nd June 1951. he view west along Broad Lane at the junction with Lincroft Crescent to the left. To the right is a small stone wall with a broken wooden gate. Lower down on the right the cottages are the Forster's Buildings. Behind the wall are fields with St.Catherine's Mill in the background. On the corner of Lincroft Crescent a post box is set into the wall. There is a telegraph pole and a gas street lamp on the pavement.
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Broomhill Harrogate Road (Moortown)
2nd April 1936. A large stone built house with a slate roof sits behind a wall amidst a grove of mature trees which have been heavily pollarded. The road has two sets of tram lines. There is a gas streetlamp and some iron poles to carry the electric cables to power the trams. A G.P.O. post box is set into the wall.
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Cardigan Road, Old Bear Pit (Headingley)
14th May 1956. Picture shows the old bear pit on Cardigan Road. The three tunnels are visible leading into the pit. Boulders, wood and debris can be seen in the pit. Cardigan Road is visible at the top of the photo where a post box can be seen. Trees and grass also visible.
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Clarence Road Post Box (Horsforth)
13th October 1932. Cast iron post box and stamp machine, situated on Clarence Road, near the junction with New Road Side. The stamp machine notice states that the machine will issue 1/2 penny stamps for 1 penny.
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Cookridge Lane, post office (Cookridge) (1 comment)
5th March 1956. View shows Cookridge Village Post Office at nos. 17-19 Cookridge Lane by the junction with Mavis Lane. Telephone box, post box, advertisements for various tobaccos visible.
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