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Flight of steps, Belle Vue Road to Burley Road (Burley) (6 comments)
Black & White imagec1970s. View of the Ninety-nine steps, a series of steps which lead down steeply from Belle Vue Road to Burley Road, and cross Westfield Road. There is a double hand-rail down the centre. The photograph was taken during early 1970.
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Gledhow Valley, new road to Lidgett Lane. (Chapel Allerton) (2 comments)
Black & White image12th November 1934. Allerton Grange Way under construction. In main view is a path and steps leading from wooded area up to main road.
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Grafton Street (Little London)
Black & White imageMay 1903. View shows the yard in Grafton Street by the North Street recreation ground. To the left is a set of metal steps. A figure sits sewing in the upstairs window. A sign for Cundell - joiner, shopfitters and undertakers is shown. Various people are looking at the camera.
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Grosvenor Hill, steps (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White image1970. View shows a flight of steps leading down from Grosvenor Hill (formerly Camp Road) to Servia Hill (formerly New Camp Road). At the bottom of the stps are the junctions with Servia Avenue and Claro Avenue. To the right of the picture is the side of no.47 Servia Hill. On the left, no.40 Grosvenor Hill is occupied by the Royal Fisheries.
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Kirkstall Abbey (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageJune 1967. Close up view of stone steps at Kirkstall Abbey. There is a metal gate part way up the steps. Kirkstall Abbey is an example of early Cistercian architecture. It was completed between 1152 and 1182. Its community was disbanded in 1539 with the dissolution of the monasteries. The abbey was then used as a quarry for local building works and for farming. From 1799 repairs and restoration work were carried out and it was opened to the public in 1895.
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