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Adel Lane (Adel)
2nd February 1954. Looking north along the lane most of the view is taken -up with a large wooded area. In the distance can be seen a parked car and an electric lamp post. On the right of the pavement is a low stone wall with a large leafed hedge behind it. The left hand side of the road has a large brick, detached mock tudor house with a conservatory and leaded windows. A hedge runs from the wall of the house to the street and at the front is an iron telegraph pole.
[internal reference; 8496:CLIC Adel 10]
Allerton Grange Way (Moortown)
3rd October 1941. Fields and trees to one side of Allerton Grange Way.
[internal reference; 205:CLIB Allerton 9]
Austhorpe Road (Cross Gates) (4 comments)
19th July 1948. view of the sign and premises of Bulmer Bros. Joiners and builders. Not much can be seen of the brick terrace itself, but the garden has several small trees and some shrubbery is visible. In the middle background a telegraph pole and a row of terraced houses can be seen.
[internal reference; 8526:CLIC Aus 6]
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.
[internal reference; 8162:CLIC Broad 12]
Broad Lane (Bramley)
2nd June 1951. iew east along Broad Lane near to the junction with Waterloo Lane. To the left of the picture is a patch of grassy land, behind which is a small stone wall which continues down along Broad Lane. On the right side of the photograph are a row of houses. Outside one of the houses two women are stood on the pavement. Joined to the house is a small stone wall behind which grow a number of trees. There are also two telegraph poles and a street lamp in the picture. The road surface appears to have had a number of repairs.
[internal reference; 8163:CLIC Broad 11]