|||Amberley Road looking north from Oldfield Lane (Wortley) (10 comments)
View of Amberley Road looking north from the junction with Oldfield Lane. Oldfield Lane Post Office is at the left edge. In the background, St. Bartholomew's Church in Wesley Road, Armley can be seen. The railway bridge is also visible.
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|||Amberley Road nos. 2, 4, Oldfield Lane nos. 92, 94 (Wortley)
|28th October 1964
On the left is number 4 Amberley Road, then 2. At the corner is Oldfield Lane Post Office, this is 94 Oldfield Lane. On the right is 92 Celia Taylor, ladies hairdresser. Oldfield Street is the next street on the right.
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|||Beech Hotel, 8 Tong Road (Wortley) (4 comments)
Image shows the Beech Hotel at number 8 Tong Road. This public house is located between Hainsworth Street and Copley Yard close to the junction with Oldfield Lane. The tower block of flats, Clyde Court, is visible in the background.
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|||Copley Yard, proposal for urinal (Wortley)
|17th November 1928.
View of Copley Yard showing proposed site for urinal. Sutherland Street is in the foreground and the view looks towards Oldfield Lane in the distance. On the left is the Salvation Army citadel while the white building on the right is the Beech Hotel.
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|||Highfield Crescent seen from Oldfield Lane (Wortley) (5 comments)
View of Highfield Crescent seen from Oldfield Lane. The photographer was standing on the approximate former site of 'Reggie's Beer Shop' at number 90 Oldfield Lane. It is listed in a directory of Leeds for 1947 as the premises of Thomas Reginald Stevens, Beer Retailer. Homes in Hatfield Crescent number from Oldfield Lane to the top 2 - 28. They have small gardens and each has a bay window. The left hand side of Highfield Crescent was also once lined with red brick back-to-back terraced homes but without gardens and which opened straight onto the pavement. They had outside lavatories and dustbins every four houses. They were back-to-back with Highfield Grove. Oldfield Stores, in the foreground, right, at numbers 45 and 47 Oldfield Lane used to be 'Arthur Bell's Milkshop'. He is listed in the 1947 Directory as 'Arthur Bell, Dairyman'. Extreme Right of image Highfield Avenue Can be glimpsed.
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