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Barrack Road (Chapeltown) (2 comments)
Black & White image18th October 1927. View looking along Barrack Road on to Chapeltown Cavalry Barracks. The barracks were on both sides of Barrack Road.
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Cambridge Row (Chapeltown) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd October 1953. A house and off license facing number 60 Chapeltown Road. Advertisements for Tetleys, Hey's Gold Cup and Guinness ales are on the shop. Number 60 is another off licence, selling Combe's Nut Brown Ale. A poster for the film 'Harvey' is in front.
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Chapel Allerton, Recreation Ground, Bandstand (Chapeltown)
Black & White imagec. late 1890s. View of the bandstand, possibly photographed when it was newly built, in Chapel Allerton Recreation Ground. The council purchased the site for the park in 1897 and it covered an area of between 6 and 7 acres. The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Ald. John Gordon officially opened Chapel Allerton Recreation Ground on 2nd July, 1900. It was conveniently situated for visitors taking the tram route along Chapeltown Road and Regent Street. In the early years the space was redesigned to include more grassed areas for children, a cricket ground and bowling green. This meant that some of the original ornamental flower beds anbd shrubberies were sacrificed.
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Chapeltown and Harehills Assisted Learning Computer School (CHALCS) (Chapeltown)
Black & White imageDecember 1988. Image shows children learning computer skills at the Chapeltown and Harehills Assisted Learning Computer School (CHALCS) based at Technorth, number 9 Harrogate Road. The project was funded by Task Force and took place outside school hours, on weekends and during the summer and Easter school holidays. The learning was geared to suit children from the age of eight upwards.
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Chapeltown at the junction with Uppermoor (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Black & White image9th August 1978 View of Chapeltown, left, at the junction with Uppermoor, right. The road in the background is Greenside. The Commercial Hotel at number 48 Chapeltown stands at the junction, right. There is a sign for the King's Arms on Greenside and the public house can be seen set back slightly from the road.
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