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Search Aspect (Headingley Cricket Ground )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View of Headingley Cricket and Rugby Grounds (Headingley) (8 comments)
Black & White image24th August 1947 Headingley Cricket Ground is in the centre with the oblong Rugby Ground below it. Kirkstall Lane runs above the cricket pitch, St Michaels Lane is below, passing the Rugby Ground.
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Coloured Aerial View, Headingley Cricket and Rugby Grounds (Headingley)
Colour image1972 Coloured aerial view of Headingley Cricket and Rugby Grounds. Coming in from middle left is Kirkstall Lane, passing the oval Cricket Ground. Below is the oblong Rugby Ground. St Michaels Lane is seen on the right, passing the Rugby Ground.
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Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Black & White image27th July 1927. Her Royal Highness, Princess Mary attends a garden party held at Headingley Cricket Ground. The Princess carries an impressive bouquet of carnations and trailing fern and is escorted by Sir Edwin Airey, of the building company, William Airey and Son Leeds Ltd. The Lady Mayoress walks behind the Princess and the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton brings up the rear of the procession.
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Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Black & White image27th July 1927 Her Royal Highness, Princess Mary on her arrival at Headingley Cricket Ground to attend the childrens Palace Garden Party. Sir Edwin Airey of the building firm William Airey and Son Leeds Ltd. bows as he greets the Princess. The Lady Mayoress, Ella Lupton can be seen to the right of the Princess with her back to the camera. The cricket pavillion can be seen in the background.
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Garden Party, Headingley Cricket Ground (Headingley)
Black & White image27th July 1927 Her Royal Highness Princess Mary recieves a curtsey as she is presented with a bouquet of Carnations at the Childrens Palace Garden Party held at Headingley Cricket Ground. Sir Edwin Airey, a former Lord Mayor of Leeds (1923) and of William Airey and Son (Leeds) Ltd, the building company, stands to the left of the Princess. Far right in top hat and chains of office is the Lord Mayor, Alderman Hugh Lupton. The weather appears to be uncertain as the party are carrying umbrellas. Headingley Cricket Pavillion can be seen in the background.
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