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Search Aspect (Meanwood Park )
Location - Leeds & District

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Hollin Drive (Headingley) (1 comment)
Black & White image11th May 1955. View of Hollin Drive taken from Meanwood Park. The properties have recently been built, and two men are in the process of roofing them. Two collapsed walls in the foreground contain Meanwood Beck.
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Hollin Drive (Headingley)
Black & White image11th May 1955. View looking South from Meanwood Park towards Hollin Drive (semi-detached houses). In the foreground is a felled tree. The wall visible on the left is in front of Meanwood Beck.
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Meanwood Beck, Meanwood Park (Meanwood) (1 comment)
Black & White image13th June 1948. View looking south-west at bridge number 78 over Meanwood Beck. The concrete footbridge crosses the beck between Meanwood Park (over the stone wall on the right) and Highbury Cricket Club on the left. The pavilion, sight screen and a spectator's bench are visible. A sign post is prominent.
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Meanwood Beck, Meanwood Park (Meanwood) (2 comments)
Black & White image13th June 1948. View of bridge number 78 over Meanwood Beck. The concrete footbridge crosses the beck as it flows through a stone channel between Highbury Cricket Club's pitch on the right, and Meanwood Park on the left (over the stone wall). A sign advertising a match between Highbury Works C.C. and Calverley is visible.
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Meanwood Park Hospital (Meanwood) (11 comments)
Black & White image22nd October 1919 Originally a family home, Meanwood Hall, built after 1762. It was rented in 1919 by Leeds Corporation to provide a home or 'colony' for people with with severe physical or learning disabilities. In 1921 Leeds Corporation bought the whole estate. The number of patients grew from 87 to 841 in 1941. To provide for growing numbers of patients villas were built in the grounds. The hospital is now closed and the site redeveloped for housing.
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