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Search Aspect (Lincoln Green )
Location - Leeds & District

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Beckett Street Board School (Burmantofts) (28 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Beckett Street School built in 1885. The infants were taught on the ground floor and the Senior Girls occupied the floor above. On the left there is a glimpse of the Cookery and Handwork annexe built at the later date of 1904. The school eventually became known as Lincoln Green Primary School but the building was demolished and the site is now a car park for St. James's Hospital.
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Beckett Street Board School (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Beckett Street Board School from Beckett Terrace, built in 1885. Junior (Mixed) Pupils were located on the ground floor and Senior Boys on the floor above. Part of St. James's Hospital can be seen on the right. The school was later to become Lincoln Green Primary School but the site is now a car park for the hospital.
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Burmantofts, aerial view (Burmantofts) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Burmantofts looking east, with Beckett Street running across the centre from left to right, becoming Burmantofts Street after the junction with Nippet Lane on the right. Torre Road branches off from Nippet Lane upwards in the centre, while York Road is seen at the top right. Lincoln Green Road runs down from Beckett Street to join Cherry Row, which runs along the bottom, becoming Dolly Lane on the left. Several tower blocks can be seen, including in the foreground from right, Cherry Court, Marston Mount, Boston Towers, Spalding Towers, Grantham Towers, Lindsey Mount, Lincoln Towers and Ferriby Towers, with more tower blocks on the Ebor Gardens estate in the distance.
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Burmantofts, aerial view (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Burmantofts showing the Ebor Gardens housing estate in the foreground, between York Road at the bottom and Burmantofts Street, with Rigton Drive and Haslewood Drive running through the estate. Burmantofts Street becomes Beckett Street towards the right, with Nippet Lane leading off below to the right and Lincoln Green Road upwards towards the left. Tower blocks are seen in the middle distance including the three blocks of Cromwell Heights on the left. In the far distance are Little London and Sheepscar to the left and Harehills to the right, with Roundhay Road running upwards towards the top centre.
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Ebor Gardens, aerial view (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Burmantofts showing the Ebor Gardens housing estate in the foreground, right, including Rigton Drive, Rigton Approach, Haslewood Drive and Haslewood Close. Towards the bottom left is the junction of (clockwise from bottom left) Marsh Lane, New York Road, Burmantofts Street and York Road. To the left of the junction part of Quarry Hill Flats can be seen. Above the junction are St. Patrick's R.C. Church and Agnes Stewart C of E High School. Beyond are tower blocks of Naseby Grange (the tallest one) with to the left of it 3 blocks of Cromwell Heights and to the right (from left) Cherry Court, Marston Mount, Boston Towers, Grantham Towers, Spalding Towers, Lincoln Towers, Lindsey Mount and Ferriby Towers.
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