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Results Found (7), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect (Lofthouse Library )
Location - Leeds & District

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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour image1995. View of Lofthouse Branch Library on Carlton Lane, which dates from 1961. Houses can be seen on the right.
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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour image1995. View of Carlton Lane showing Lofthouse Library, the white building in the foreground which dates from 1961. Houses can be seen further along the road which leads north in the direction of Carlton and the Rothwell.
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Carlton Lane, Lofthouse Library (Lofthouse)
Colour imagec1980s, View of Lofthouse Branch Library situated on Carlton Lane, which opened on 24th June 1961.
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Lofthouse Library and Post Office in Carlton Lane (Lofthouse)
Colour image2005. Images shows a single storey white building with corrugated roof which houses Lofthouse Library and Post Office. Opening times for the library are displayed on a red board outside. The library and post office are accessible by either a flight of steps or a ramp, both with handrails. The building, in pre-cast concrete opened on Saturday 24th June 1961. The previous library, located in Lofthouse Methodist Schoolroom, had only a small collection of 350 books suppied by Rothwell Library. The new library was able to accommodate several thousand books, and meant that most people in the Rothwell area had a library within half a mile of their home.
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Lofthouse Library and Post Office, Carlton Lane (Lofthouse)
Colour image2005. View of Lofthouse Library and Post Office situated in Carlton Lane. The buildings are in an elevated position and can be accessed by steps or a slope with handrails from street level. The library was opened in 1961 and replaced the former accommodation in Lofthouse Methodist Schoolroom. The new pre-cast concrete library building served a population of about 3000 people and was initially stocked with a book collection of 4,500.
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