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Location - Leeds & District

Pennington Street, junction with Pennington Place (Woodhouse)
Colour imageAugust 1985. View of Pennington Street showing the junction with Pennington Place on the left. Red brick terraced houses on Pennington Street are numbered in ascending order from no. 7. Running parallel to Pennington Street are Pennington Grove and Pennington Terrace. The view is taken from a cleared area where houses which formed back-to-backs with Bolland Street have been demolished.
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Pennington Terrace, derelict bowling green (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1970. View shows a derelict bowling green surrounded by a stone wall at the junction of Back Providence Avenue (left) and Pennington Terrace (right). Terraced housing is situated on both of these streets while St. Gabriel's Church can be seen in the centre background and the clock tower of Quarry Mount Primary School on the right.
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Woodhouse, view from University Engineering Department (Woodhouse)
Colour image25th June 1975. View of Woodhouse taken from Leeds University Engineering Department, centred on Pennington Street. Quarry Mount Primary School is on the right at the junction with Cross Quarry Street, with Bolland Street, Thomas Street and Quarry Place running down below it to Woodhouse Street in the foreground. On the left, Pennington Grove and Pennington Terrace lead up from Pennington Place, with the Providences further back. The chimney of the Meanwood Road Refuse Destructor can be seen in the background.
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