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Search Aspect (Gipton Wood )
Location - Leeds & District

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Easterly Road, Thrift Stores (Gipton) (3 comments)
Black & White image21st October 1936. View of Thrift Stores at 176 Easterly Road with junction of Gipton Wood Road. Clifford Gunby, butchers can be seen on the right at 174 with Marjorie Stokoe, Ladies Hairdresser just visible next door.
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Gipton Wood (Gipton) (1 comment)
Colour image12th March 2006. View of Gipton Wood. It was taken at a point about 50 metres into the wood from the entrance at the top of Gipton Wood Place.
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Roundhay Road, tramway construction (Oakwood) (2 comments)
Black & White image24th August 1921. View of work in progress on the construction of a rapid tramway track on a section of Roundhay Road, roughly opposite where Tesco is now situated. Houses were built on the steep incline in the 1930s with the rear of the houses facing onto Roundhay Road and the front on Copgrove Road. The wooded area to the left is Gipton Woods. Workmen and tools can be seen. Horses and carts are also visible.
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The Bungalow, Oakwood Grove (Oakwood) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of 'The Bungalow' located on the north side of Oakwood Grove, off Oakwood Lane, and next to Gipton Wood. It is featured in the 1984 book 'The Bungalow: the production of a Global Culture' by Anthony D. King where it is said to date from 1900-01. The property is still known as 'The Bungalow'.
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