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Search Aspect (Arthington )
Location - Leeds & District

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Arthington Road (Eccup)
Black & White image15th August 1950. View of a milestone at the junction with Eccup Lane and Arthington Road. The square stone is set to the side of the road. In the background are fields. The stone has a hand with finger pointing left to Headingley and a hand points right to Eccup and Harewood.
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Arthington Avenue (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated. Terraced houses on Arthington Avenue. Road is un-made.A streetlight is attached to the side of one of the houses.
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Arthington Avenue (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated. Terraced houses (back-to-back) on unmade road. Opposite some of the houses is a yard with what could be outside toilets.
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Arthington Hall Convalescent Hospital, postcard (Arthington) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1954. Postcard view of Arthington Hall on Arthington Lane. This country residence, mostly an early to mid 18th century rebuilding of an earlier house, was the home of the Sheepshanks family from 1830 onwards. It was used as a convalescent hospital during the Second World War and for some time after, as on this postcard which bears a postmark of 1954, but has since been reverted to a residence. It is now a Grade II listed building.
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Arthington Lane, Ash Tree House (Harewood)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Arthington Lane looking in the direction of Pool, showing a cottage known as Ash Tree House. The cottage is situated about half a mile beyond Arthington Hall and Arthington Park, opposite the lane to Mill Farm.
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