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Search Aspect (M621 )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial view of Morley (Morley)
Colour imageUndate. Aerial view of Morley. The M621 can be seen at the top with the bridge carrying Rooms Lane across it. The red brick houses beneath are on the Ibbetson estate. The white roofs and large buildings in the middle of housing are Deanfield Mills. The road in the centre above the playing fields is Asquith Drive. The smallest of the three patches of green to the right, is the Scout camping site. On the left of the playing fields Adwalton House is visible with a square, flat roof. Safenet services operating from here supplying secure transportation for cash and valuables for Royal Mail. Several Wagons can be seen. The buildings at the bottom left are part of the Highcliffe Industrial Estate is Bruntcliffe Avenue. The red brick building at the bottom right is the Seven Hills Leisure Village, formerly Dean Hall Mill Morley Finishing Mill. Little of the mill now remains, it dates from 1872. There is also a fishing lake and conference centre on the site which belongs to Morley Hotels and Leisure. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Asquith Avenue, M621 motorway bridge, under construction (Morley)
Colour image1970s. View of the M621 motorway under construction showing the building of the bridge at Asquith Avenue. Taken sometime between 1971 and 1973.
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Baker & Hyman Ltd, Electrical Engineers (Beeston)
Colour image7th March 2008. Image shows the brick built premises of Baker & Hyman Ltd. known as Portland House in Moor View. It stands close to the M621 at the corner of Creskell Road with Moor View, in an area which used to be known locally as 'Mint'. The building was originally the Mint Methodist Chapel dating from 1892. At the time of this image it was for sale.
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Beeston Hill, view looking towards Elland Road football ground (Beeston)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View from Beeston Hill showing the east stand of Elland Road Football Stadium (home of Leeds United) on the left. In the middle-ground the M621 is visible.
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Beeston Royds Trading Estate, J. R. Hutton Ltd and Oldham Signs (Beeston)
Black & White image7th May 1981. View, taken from the edge of the M621 motorway, of Beeston Royd Trading Estate on Gelderd Road. On the left is Oldham Signs, on the right is J.R. Hutton Ltd, floor coverings.
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