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Search Aspect (Grove Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bantam Grove Lane, Bantam Grove Mill (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. Drawing of Bantam Grove Mills, also known as Grove Mills, on Bantam Grove Lane. Some of the buildings date back to at least the 1850s when Bantam Grove dyeworks was marked on a Ordnance Survey map; the chimney dates from 1899. The best known owners were David Bradley Ltd. and the mill closed in the 1960s. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bentley Lane, no. 116 (Meanwood) (13 comments)
Black & White image12th February 1952. Junction of Bentley Lane with Grove Lane, showing a pair of semi-detached houses, with the premises of E. Hawkshaw, newsagent, on the end. The shop has window displays on either side of the wooden door. The left-hand window has advertisements for Mansion Polish and Players Please. To the sides and below are Cherry Blossom, Brooke Bond, Girl, Pools Special, Practical Wireless, Tit-Bits, and Radio Times. A triangular sign for Players Please is above the door. To the right, along the low wall, are posters for the Yorkshire Evening News, Champion, and Home Companion. Beyond the semi-detached houses is a stone built terrace. There are two telegraph poles on Bentley Lane. To the left, the side of a one storey rendered building, a dustbin and large wooden gates. In front of the shop, a forecourt with posts, a pavement with grass verge and Grove Lane. Children in school uniform can be seen to either side of the picture.
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Grove Lane (Headingley)
Black & White image24th February 1930. View of advertising hoardings behind a wooden five-bar fence. Behind the hoarding are stone built houses. In the background are rows of terrace houses.
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Grove Lane (Headingley)
Black & White image29th January 1936. Grove Lane, stone boundary wall, large property in view, possibly Moorfield House.
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Grove Lane (Headingley)
Black & White image29th January 1936. Grove Lane, stone boundary wall, large property in view, possibly Moorfield House.
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