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Search Aspect (Branch Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Armley Road, from Branch Road (Armley)
Black & White image28th January 1982. View from the junction with Branch Road (left) and Crab Lane (right), looking towards Armley Road. The side of The Nelson public house is seen in the centre. Further back is the tower of Armley Primary School, formerly Armley Board School, now (2013) an office block known as Tower Court. On the right is a block of high-rise flats, Westerly Croft.
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Armley Road, looking west (Armley)
Black & White image28th January 1982. View of Armley Road looking west towards the junction with Branch Road (left), Stanningley Road (ahead) and Ledgard Way (right). The Nelson public house is on the right. For many years the landlord of this establishment was Samuel Ledgard, more famous as the owner of a major independent bus company. On the far left is part of the Primitive Methodist Chapel, later to become a branch of Mike's Carpets. In the centre of the photo is a side view of Armley Park School, now (2013) an office block known as Armley Park Court.
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Armley Road, Westerly Croft, storm damage (Armley) (3 comments)
Black & White image12th February 1962 Westerly Croft under construction in Armley Road. A February storm had caused damage to the building. The flats were completed in 1962 and were 36 metres high on 12 storeys. A similar block, Westerly Rise, was completed in 1963 in Mistress Lane. The junction of Armley Road with Branch Road and Stanningley Road is off camera, right.
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Branch End, Branch Road (Gildersome) (2 comments)
Black & White imageAugust 1971. View of Branch End with Highfield woollen mills in the background, this mill was owned by the Wilson family and was also known as Wilson Mill Yard. Part of the mill burnt down in the 1920s.
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Branch Motors (Wortley)
Black & White image31st August 1955. View of premises of Branch Motors on Branch Road showing petrol pumps and vehicles in the left and garage works on the right. There is fenced off wasteland in the foreground and terraced houses in the background.
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