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Location - Leeds & District

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Hill Top Moor (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. This was the remains of former Common lands of Armley. Until the 1850s, cloth was still being woven by hand in Armley, open spaces were used as public tenter grounds and Hill Top Moor was one of these. This view looks west towards Hill Top Road. It is thought that the building just glimpsed through the trees is the Travellers' Inn.
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Hill Top Road, looking south (Hyde Park) (2 comments)
Black & White image1971. View of Hill Top Road looking south towards the junction with Hartwell Road. Westfield Works is on the corner on the left while beyond the wall on the right is All Hallows Church. In the background the row of terraced houses leading downwards is Alexandra Crescent.
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Old School Lofts, formerly West Leeds High School in Whingate (Armley)
Colour image2007. View of the former West Leeds High School, the boys' campus, located in Whingate. The Garde II listed building has undergone conversion to 67 studio, one, two and three bedroomed apartments. The new road giving access to the parking area is College Lawns which joins Hill Top Road at one end and ends in the midst of a new housing estate behind Old School Lofts.
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Westfield House, Hill Top Road, gates (Armley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageMay 1973. View of gates to Westfield House, Hill Top Road. The House, built as a gentleman's residence was owned amongst others by Richard Wilson, magistrate and banker in the early years of the twentieth century and then by the Lodge family. The house was later reduced in size and converted into flats.
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