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Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View over Chapeltown and Harehills (Harehills)
Black & White image1983. Aerial view over Chapeltown and Harehills from Roseville Road, part of which is seen in the bottom left-hand corner. Roseville Works is visible at the bottom edge. The camera looks across an area densely populated with red brick streets. On the right, the large brick building with decorative gables is the former Kepler Council School which was later known as Roseville County Secondary School. It fronts Gledhow Road. Another school is visible towards the top left. It has two towers with pointed roofs and dutch-style gables. This is the former Gipton Board School, built in 1897, and fronting Harehills Road between Conway Street and Conway Mount. It became Harehills County Secondary School and the Harehills Middle School. The line of Harehills Lane runs horizontally along the top edge and Kershaw Works can be seen at number 200. This was the Rank Optics factory but at the time of this image it had been vacated and was about to be purchased by Leeds City Council.
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Aerial view over Harehills from Sheepscar (Sheepscar)
Black & White image1983. Aerial view over Harehills from Sheepscar showing E.B. Balmforth Ltd. Leather Manufacturers at number 4 Meanwood Road, the white building in the foreground. On the right, in the foreground, is the former Leeds, Skyrac and Morley Savings Bank at number 183 North Street, at the junction with Meanwood Road. At the top right is the former Kepler Council school which later became known as Roseville County Secondary School and fronts Gledhow Road. The low wide building near the top left edge is UBM Rycroft, Plumbers's and Builder's Merchant in Roseville Avenue. Properties in Roseville Road can be seen a quarter of the way down from the top edge.
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Aerial view over Harehills with Sheepscar (Sheepscar)
Black & White image1983. Aerial view over Harehills from Sheepscar. The line of Roseville Road can be seen, just up from the bottom edge. The large building at the right edge with decorative gables is the former Kepler Council School which fronts Gledhow Road and later became Roseville County Secondary School. Another school with decorative gables is visible towards the left, just under halfway down. This is the former Gipton Board School built in 1897 and fronting Harehills Road. Harehills Lane runs horizontally along the top edge and in the centre Kershaw Works can be seen, the Rank Optics Factory at number 200. At the time of this photograph, the factory, which specialised in the technology of Fibre Optics, had recently closed and relocated to Brentwood in Essex.
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Back to Back red brick terraced housing (Harehills) (10 comments)
Black & White image1953 Aerial view of back to back red brick terraced housing. Snaking round from the left edge into the bottom left hand corner is Roundhay Road. Joining it is Roseville Road and then off towards the right is Gledhow Road. Following Roundhay Road Upwards St Aidan's Church is visible at the left edge. The streets cutting diagonally across are mainly the Bayswaters and they meet Harehills Road. Harehills Road runs from the left to a third of the way down from the top right edge. Far left on Harehills Road the white building is St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, then Harehills Road Congregational Church. The large building on Harehills Road is Harehills County Secondary School and it is surrounded by the Conways, streets of red brick terrace homes. Harehills Lane runs from left to right just down slightly from the top edge. Part of St James' Hospital occupies the bottom right hand corner.
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Barrage Balloon (Roundhay) (8 comments)
Black & White image16th May 1940 Image shows a Barrage Balloon which has broken away from its moorings on the East Coast and is drifting over the West Yorkshire Bus Depot on Roseville Road. In the distance can be seen St. Clement's Church which once stood at Sheepscar. The area in the foreground was known as 'the quarry' in the 1960s and was an old brickworks.
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