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Search Aspect (Cottingley Gardens )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cottingley Gardens, view from the rear of number 15 (Cottingley)
Black & White imageUndated. View from the rear left corner of number 15 Cottingley Gardens over Beeston. Washing is hanging on the line and a train is passing by in the distance. The houses seen are prefabs, built as an answer to the housing shortage after World War II.
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Cottingley Gardens, view from the rear of number 15 (Cottingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image taken in the rear garden of a prefabricated house, addressed as number 15 Cottingley Gardens. The view looks down from Cottingley Walk towards Cottingley Crescent which veers left and right. Millshaw Leather Works, the firm of W.L. Ingle Ltd. can be seen to the right. Beeston is on the far left and Middleton is to the far right.
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Cottingley Gardens, view of prefabs (Cottingley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of prefabs taken from the garden of another prefabricated home, number 15 Cottingley Gardens. It looks beyond the trees down onto Cottingley Walk and over to Elland Road and Ingles Mill.
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Ring Road Beeston, Elland Road junction, from Cottingley Towers (Cottingley) (1 comment)
Colour image1970s. Looking down from the top of Cottingley Towers, showing at the centre left the junction between Ring Road Beeston, the top road, and Elland Road, the lower road. Below these are houses on Cottingley Crescent, Cottingley Gardens and Cottingley Walk. On the top half of the photo are Millshaw and the Cardinels to the right and Beeston on the left. Taken between 1971 and 1973.
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