|||Aerial View, Lawnswood High School (West Park) (10 comments)
|29th March 1963
The two wings of the school can be seen in the centre, with extensive playing fields. Otley Road is in the bottom right corner, the Ring Road runs from the top left across to the right edge, junction with Otley Road.
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|||Aerial View, Lawnswood High School (West Park) (15 comments)
Two separate schools built on the one site, Boys Modern School first known as Leeds Modern and the Girls Modern School. They were known collectively as Lawnswood High School. They were part of a plan to create secondary schools in the Leeds suburbs. Built around 1926 at a cost of £120,000. A new school building has now been built and the old school demolished.
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|||Headingley and Adel, multi-image postcard (Headingley)
Colour-tinted postcard with a postmark 24th June 1921 showing views of various areas of Leeds. A central picture of the Shire Oak tree at Headingley is surrounded by views of Headingley Lane, Woodhouse Ridge, the Seven Arches at Adel and Leeds Training College at Beckett Park (then the 2nd Northern General Hospital). Smaller circular photos of Adel Church, Kirkstall Abbey, the Ethel Preston Memorial at Lawnswood Cemetery and Adel Crag are also featured.
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|||Lawnswood Arms, Otley Road (Lawnswood) (8 comments)
Image shows the Lawnswood Arms, a Tetley's public house on Otley Road. This large pub displays a Mock Tudor frontage and the Tetley's huntsman logo above the entrance. Today this is a family pub with a Children's Wackey Warehouse located on the far right.
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|||Lawnswood Cemetery, Memorial (Lawnswood) (2 comments)
Image shows part of a memorial in Lawnswood Cemetery, off the West side of Otley Road. In the background an angel holds a torch aloft in a kneeling position. The statue in the foreground is holding a jar. The chapels at Lawnswood Cemetery were designed by George Corson between 1870 and 1876 and the Crematorium was a later addition of 1905. Lawnswood Cemetery opened in 1875.
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