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Search Aspect (Fewston Avenue )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cross Green Lane, junction with Fewston Avenue (Cross Green)
Colour imageUndated. Looking along Cross Green Lane showing the junction with Fewston Avenue in the centre, where Goodall's off licence is at the end of a row of terraced housing. Cross Green Lane continues around the corner at the other side of the terrace, while Cross Green Comprehensive School can be seen on the right. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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Fewston Avenue, junction with Glencoe Road (Cross Green) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th April 1966. View of Fewston Avenue showing the junction with Glencoe Road in the centre. Terrace houses seen on Fewston Avenue are numbered (from front) 22 to 42. These form back-to-backs with nos.1 to 23 Fewston Street (seen on the right).
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Fewston Avenue, looking south-east (Cross Green)
Colour imageUndated. View looking south-east along Fewston Avenue from the bridge over the railway cutting in the foreground. Streets of terraced housing leading off on the left are St. Hilda's Crescent, Grove, Avenue, Mount and Place while leading to the right are Back Cross Green Crescent then Cross Green Crescent, Grove and Road. The view looks towards Knostrop and Skelton Grange in the distance. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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Fewston Avenue, looking south-east (Cross Green)
Colour imageUndated. View looking south-east along Fewston Avenue showing the bridge over the railway cutting in the foreground. Streets of terraced housing seen leading off to the left are St. Hilda's Crescent, Grove, Avenue, Mount and Place, The view looks towards Knostrop and Skelton Grange in the distance. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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Fewston Avenue, looking towards Back Cross Green Crescent (Cross Green)
Colour imageUndated. View shows Fewston Avenue running alongside a grassed area in the foreground that was previously the site of Fewston Street. Terraced houses on Back Cross Green Crescent, which form back-to-backs with Cross Green Crescent, are seen in the background. St. Hilda's Church on Cross Green Lane is on the right. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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