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Search Aspect (Houghley Ghyll )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Adel Church etc., multi-view postcard (Adel)
Black & White imagec1910. Multi-view postcard with a postdate of 11th January 1910. The main image is of Adel Church, with smaller circular images around the outside featuring Cross Flatts Park and Houghley Ghyll on the left and two pictures of Woodhouse Moor on the right.
[internal reference; 2011316_171961:Artemis Pack 26 (Leeds Multi-Views) no.12]
[2]
Bramley, multi-image postcard (Bramley)
Colour imageUndated. Multi-image postcard featuring six different views of Bramley. Two large images show Priesthorpe Road (top) and Town End (bottom) while there are smaller pictures of Houghley Ghyll, Stocks Hill, the Parish Church and Recreation Grounds.
[internal reference; 201167_172220:Artemis Pack 42 (Bramley) no 9]
[3]
Houghley Ghyll Lane (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1904. View of Houghley Ghyll Lane in an early Twentieth Century postcard. It went from Houghley Ghyll to eventually join Stanningley Road. Bramley Town End is to the right of Houghley Lane and over to the left, the Wyther estate at Armley was built.
[internal reference; 2004225_78709048:T LIC Houghley (1) PC]
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Houghley Ghyll, postcard (Bramley)
Black & White imagec1911. Postcard with a postmark of 27th May 1911 showing Houghley Ghyll, a wooded area with a stream running through.
[internal reference; 201167_172202:Artemis Pack 40 (Armley) no 15]