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Search Aspect (Houghley Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cottages, The, numbers 1 and 2 (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows old stone-built, two storey dwellings known as 'The Cottages' and now numbered 1 and 2. The Cottages are located in Houghley Lane in what is part of Bramley Hill Top Conservation area. It is likely that the image dates from the 1920s as the hedges seen in the foreground, belonging to the back gardens of cottages in Houghley Lane, appear to have been recently planted. These cottages were newly built in the 1920s. An old map shows Hill Top Farm on the site in 1908.
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Houghley Lane, junction with Stanningley Road (Bramley) (3 comments)
Black & White image15th January 1947. View of Houghley Lane at the junction with Stanningley Road. Bishop Cowgill Memorial Home and the Convent of Mary the Immaculate are visible. The Wyther estate can be seen in the background. Iron railings, a van and street lamps are visible.
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Houghley Lane, junction with Stanningley Road (Bramley) (6 comments)
Black & White image15th January 1947. View of Houghley Lane at the junction with Stanningley Road. Bishop Cowgill memorial home and the convent of Mary the Immaculate are visible. The Aston Estate can be seen in the background. Iron railings, van and streetlamps visible.
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Houghley Lane, junction with Stanningley Road (Bramley)
Black & White image15th January 1947. View of Houghley Lane at the junction with Stanningley Road. Bishop Cowgill memorial home and the convent of Mary the Immaculate are visible. The Aston Estate can be seen in the background. Iron railings, a van and streetlamps visible. The picture has been ammended to show a proposed sign.
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Houghley Lane, snow (Bramley) (5 comments)
Colour image1969. View along Houghley Lane covered in snow showing Carmel House to the left, with St Bede's Vicarage to the right. Carmel House had originally been Hill Top House then became the Convent of the Good Shepherd. It was later divided into Carmel House, which dealt with child welfare, and St Bernadette's School. Further along Houghley Lane was Hill Top Tannery, later called Hill Top Mills and Planet Works.
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