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Search Aspect (Signpost )
Location - Leeds & District

Cross Gates Lane and Station Road (Cross Gates)
Black & White image20th February 1937. Terraced house on Cross Gates Lane each house having a door and a window on the ground floor and one upper window. In the foreground is a signpost reading To Leeds and To Selby, also a street lamp.
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King Lane, junction with Alwoodley Lane, signpost and milestone (Alwoodley)
Black & White image5th July 1906. View of a signpost behind an old dry stone wall at the junction of King Lane (foreground) and Alwoodley Lane, pointing one way in the direction of Eccup and Arthington and the other, Chapeltown and Leeds. A milestone dated 1764 points the way to Leedes, 4 miles and Otley, 5 miles. The grade II listed milestone still exists (2017) though it has been resited slightly as the area has become built up, and is now reset into a patch of soil on the pavement outside no. 2 Alwoodley Lane.
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Queen Street, Queen Hotel, signpost (Morley)
Colour imageOctober 1999. A signpost in the Queen Street pedestrian precinct outside the Queen Hotel. The arms can be fastened on to the centre post pointing in any direction and therefore are likely to be the targets of vandals. One of them (Public Library) has already been turned the wrong way round. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive by Ronnie Barraclough.
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Queen Street, Yorkshire Bank, signpost (Morley)
Colour imageUndated. View of a signpost outside the Yorkshire Bank on Queen Street, giving directions to the Heritage Centre, Bus Stops, Town Hall and Public Library. Photograph from David Atkinson Archive.
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Scott Hall Road, near Stainbeck Lane (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image10th May 1935. Types of houses on Scott Hall Road, near junction with Stainbeck Lane . A signpost can be seen on the central reservation, pointing to Moortown and Harrogate, Chapeltown, Meanwood and Headingley, and Leeds. Houses are mainly semi-detached.
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