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Search Aspect (Oak Road )
Location - Leeds & District

Armley Jail from Oak Road (Wortley)
Colour imageUndated. View form Oak Road with Armley Jail in the background. In the middleground Oak Road recreation ground can be seen and, between the recreation and the prison, properties in Gloucester Terrace are visible, left.
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H.M. Prison, Number 2 Gloucester Terrace (Armley) (13 comments)
Black & White imageUndated This view of H.M.Prison in Gloucester Terrace is taken from the recreation ground in Oak Road in the late 1940s. Children are visible playing on the slide, swings and roundabout. Oak Road is in the foreground. Armley Prison dates from 1847 and has recently been refurbished. It was still in use as a place of execution until 1960s. The prison accommodates 1254 individuals and there are 680 cells and wards for 55 prisoners.
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Hall Lane at the junction with Oak Road (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Hall Lane, left, at the junction with Oak Road, foreground, right. The properties on the right are numbers 2,4 and 6 Hall Lane. Further along, with a bay window, is number 8 Hall Lane. Armley Jail is visible in the distance.
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Hartrigg Hotel, Shire Oak Road (Headingley) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th March 1985 Image shows the large building of the Hartrigg Hotel at No.10 Shire Oak Road. On each side are mock tudor turretts. Headingley Castle is visible on the left just behind the hotel.
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Headingley, aerial view (Headingley)
Black & White image16th July 1937. Aerial view showing Headingley Lane running down from the top left to the junction with St. Michael's Road in the centre, after which it becomes Otley Road as it continues on to the bottom right corner. The war memorial is seen in the middle of the junction with St. Michaels Church behind. Other roads leading off from the main road include Bainbrigge Road, Bennett Road and North Lane (above) and Shire Oak Road, Shire Oak Street and Wood Lane (below). Marked on in red is a proposed by-pass that was never built.
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