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Broomhill , Harrogate Road (Moortown)
Black & White image2nd April 1936. This view of Broomhill shows, behind the stone wall a line of mature trees and two barely seen houses. The road has tram lines, several telegraph poles and gas streetlamps. In the distance there is a horse and cart and a steamroller.
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Calverley Cutting, from Apperley Bridge (Calverley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Calverley Cutting leading up into Calverley Wood (left) and West Wood (right), seen from Apperley Bridge with Harrogate Road bending off to the right. The old stone property, left, is Waterloo House and Brook House is glimpsed through the trees, right of centre. The photo was taken prior to the building of Harrogate Road Bridge, which would be sited to the left from roughly where the gas lamp is. The photographer would have been standing in front of the George and Dragon beside which was the old stone bridge which had previously carried the Bradford/Harrogate traffic.
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Central Vilna Synagogue (Moortown) (8 comments)
Black & White imagec1967. View of the front of the synagogue from Harrogate Road. Originally the Kingsway Cinema. Converted to a synagogue in 1959. Building demolished after a fire in late 1990s. Flats now stand on the site.
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Chained Bull Hotel, Harrogate Road (Moortown)
Black & White image18th February 1925. View shows a close up of the entrance to the Chained Bull Hotel on Harrogate Road. John Griffiths is named as the licensee and Ind Coope & Co. Ltd are the proprietors. A new Chained Bull hotel was in the process of being built at the time, just behind this one, leaving this building dating from the 18th century to close and subsequently be demolished. The new public house, later known as The Bull, would itself be demolished in 2008.
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Chapel Allerton Methodist Church, Harrogate Road (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageMarch 1980. View of Chapel Allerton Methodist Church on Harrogate Road, looking from the junction with Stainbeck Lane. Built in an Early English style at a cost of £12,000, the foundation stone was laid on 26th May 1874. The church opened in 1877 with space to accommodate 1000 people. It has since been demolished, the last service having been held in November 1981.
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