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Search Aspect (Archery Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Archery Road, from Blackman Lane (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View looking north-west along Archery Road from Blackman Lane. Blenheim Square is on the right. No.29 Blackman Lane on the left is the shop of Victor Levin Ltd. Streets further up on the left are Back Archery Road, Archery Street, Back Archery Street and Archery Terrace. A man is crossing the road which has cars parked on both sides.
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Archery Road, looking south-east (Woodhouse)
Colour imagec1976-81. View shows Archery Road looking south-east from the junction with St. Mark's Road. Devon Road is the first turning on the left, followed by a row of terraced houses numbered 54 to 46 Archery Road, then the junctions with Blenheim Avenue and Back Blenheim Avenue. Leading off on the right are Archery Place, Back Archery Terrace, Archery Terrace, Back Archery Street, Archery Street and Back Archery Road.
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Archery Road, looking south-east (Woodhouse)
Colour imagec1976-81. View looking south-east along Archery Road. Blenheim Square is on the left, where a bonfire is being built up, presumably for Guy Fawkes Night as trees are displaying autumnal colours. In the background, Blenheim Lodge (centre) and All Souls Church (left) can be seen on Blackman Lane.
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Back Archery Place from the junction with Archery Road. (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of red brick terraced house in Back Archery Place. The wall at the end is the boundary of Blenheim School which dated from 1879 and is now demolished. University buildings, including the Student Medical Practice now occupy the site. The spire of Emmanuel Church on Woodhouse Lane is visible in the background. Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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Blenheim School, from Blenheim Square (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View looking through Back Archery Road from Blenheim Square, towards Blenheim School, in the background. This was the boys' secondary school, one of three facing onto Blenheim Walk, which also included Blenheim Primary School and Blenheim Girls' Secondary School.
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