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Location - Leeds & District

East End Park, postcard (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1913. Postcard view of East End Park with a postmark of 22nd September 1913. The artificially created lake is seen on the left while Victoria Avenue, which runs through the park, is on the right. The park keeper's cottage is visible in the background.
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Harrogate Road, number 154 (Yeadon) (3 comments)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of number 154 Harrogate Road seen at the crossroads of Harrogate Road and Victoria Avenue with Bayton Lane and Yeadon High Street. Semi detached houses in Moorland Drive off Bayton Lane are visible in the background, left. Number 152 Harrogate Road is at the right edge. The central property, number 154 is a shop selling groceries and frozen foods, sweets and tobacco. There are three petrol pumps. The proprietor is Parish & Son, Yeadon Ltd.
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Leeds Bradford Airport, aerial veiw, looking south-east (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Leeds Bradford Airport looking south-east, possibly taken in the 1950s but at least before 1964 when the third runway was built as only two can be seen here. Yeadon Tarn is on the bottom right, with Victoria Avenue running from left to right above; on the left is the crossroads where Warren House Lane leads down from Victoria Avenue and White House Lane leads up towards the airport complex, the uppermost buildings being the large hangars used as flight sheds for the AVRO factory which built aircraft during World Ward Two. Scotland Lane runs from left to right further up and Cookridge is in the background.
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Leeds Bradford Airport, aerial view, looking east (Yeadon) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Leeds Bradford Airport, looking east, showing two runways at right angles to each other, so it must have been taken before the third runway was completed in 1964, probably during the 1950s. Yeadon Tarn is seen at the bottom left with Victoria Avenue above, running diagonally down from left to right. The view looks towards Cookridge at the top right.
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Leeds Bradford Airport, aerial view, looking north (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Leeds Bradford Airport looking north, showing two runways at right angles to each other. Taken possibly in the 1950s, certainly before 1964 when a third runway was built. Hangars and other airport buildings are seen towards the top while the hugh AVRO factory, which built aircraft during the Second World War, dominates the top centre. Victoria Avenue cuts across the top left. Bayton Lane runs down from centre left to bottom right with Yeadon Moor Road leading off from it just to the left of centre.
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