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Results Found (125), Result Page (1 of 25)
Search Aspect (Green Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Birch Avenue (Halton)
Black & White image18th October 1951. Looking north up Birch Avenue from Cross Green Lane. On the left, a row of brick terrace houses with bay windows and dormers. A small sign on the end house says Stanley Terrace. The houses have small front gardens surrounded by low brick walls with hedges and trees. On the other side of the road on the right, a long wall with rendered and brick houses behind the trees and shrubs. The cobbled avenue has grass verges and flagged stone pavements, with a car parked half way down, and a gas lamp at the near end.
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Castleton Care Home, Green Lane (Wortley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Castleton Care Home in Green Lane, built on the former site of Green Lane School. In the foreground is the junction with Holdforth Green. On the right the entrance to Castleton Primary School is visible. Wortley Heights, a residential tower block built in 1966, can be seen in the background.
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Cemetery Lane, Green Lane junction (Lofthouse)
Black & White image18th April 1980. View of the junction of Cemetery Lane and Green Lane, showing a disused electricity sub station on the corner. The cemetery is just behind on the left.
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Clyde Street, Green Lane nos. 22, 24 (Wortley)
Black & White image3rd June 1959 Odd numbered properties on Clyde Street can be seen on the left of this view. Numbers run towards the right in ascending order to number 73. On the right are two properties on Green Lane, number 24 is a private residence with a drapers, 'Direct Supply Stores' at number 22. This shop was an agent for Imperial Laundries which was run by Harry Redvers Austin.
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Cookridge Lane, Green Lane (Cookridge)
Black & White image16th July 1952. View looking north along Cookridge Lane past the junction with Green Lane. Telegraph poles line the street. Smithy Farm can be seen in the background.
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