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Armley Road, Railway (Armley)
Black & White image1st May 1931 Railway bridge across track which divides
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Armley Station, Canal Road, view of the platform (Armley)
Black & White image1966. View of the platform at Armley Station on Canal Road. The station served passengers travelling between Leeds and Shipley and opened in 1846 as part of the Leeds and Bradford Railway. The railway was then taken over by the Midland, then the London Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923. Finally, it became part of Eastern Region of British Railways during nationalisation in 1948. The station closed in 1965 as a result of the Beeching report. The building still stands in Canal Road but has since been converted to business premises.
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Austhorpe Road no. 170 (Cross Gates)
Black & White image26th September 1929. Bridge over Leeds-Wetherby line, house on right is number 170 Austhorpe Road. The Wetherby line, now disused, has just split from the Leeds-York line, out of view to the left.
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Austhorpe Road, railway bridge (Cross Gates) (3 comments)
Black & White image26th September 1929. View of railway bridge over Leeds to Wetherby line. The line was closed to traffic in 1964. The view is looking back along the line to where the Leeds to Wetherby line has just separated from the Leeds to York line. House on right is no 170 Austhorpe Road.
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Back Chestnut Avenue, rear view of houses (Cross Gates)
Black & White image30th September 1929. View of backs of houses in Back Chestnut Avenue, which runs between Back Austhorpe Road and Railway Road. There are back gardens with gates to each at intervals within the brick boundary wall. These homes have their front entrances in Chestnut Avenue.
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