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Search Aspect (Woodland Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Gledhow Lane, Woodland Lane and Church Lane, junction (Chapel Allerton) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th April 1933. View shows the junction of Gledhow Lane (right), Woodland Lane (left) and Church Lane (behind the camera). The stone building on the right is the lodge to a large house named Allerton Park, which in the mid 19th century had been known as Blue Villa. This house is still there along with the right archway, and is marked on recent maps as Manor Lodge, but the archway to the left has been demolished. Semi-detached houses are under construction on the left, with a notice on the left archway saying "Houses for sale, G & H Stephenson & Co. Ltd., Alwoodley". The houses are numbered in ascending order from 48 Woodland Lane, though no sign of earlier numbers on Woodland Lane is evident. The junction has since changed a little, firstly with King George Avenue joining it, and later Church Lane being rerouted slightly to the south.
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Harrogate Road, numbers 232 to 236. (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th May 1930. Image shows two new semi-detached houses under constructiohn on the left, to be numbered as 236, left, and 234, right, Harrogate Road. Next, to the right, is Arnold G Wilson's garage at number 232 Harrogate Road. Woodland Lane runs off Harrogate Road, seen in the background, right. Old buildings stand on the corner of Woodland Lane and Harrogate Road. These are all numbered as Harrogate Road and begin with 230, continuing in a descending sequence. The Queen's Arms Hotel, owned by David Fernie and leased by Tetleys, is located at number 222 Harrogate Road, off camera at the right-hand side.
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Queen's Arms, Harrogate Road (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imagec1908. Image shows the Queen's Arms at 144 Harrogate Road, at the junction with Woodland Lane, and looking towards Moor Allerton Bottoms. The name S.Lincoln can be seen on the light above the door - Samuel Lincoln was licensee here from about 1903 to 1908. Tramcar number 51, a B.T.H. car with a "Bellamy type" top cover, on the route to Headingley, is approaching. A doorway on the right bears the words "Stabling & Good Accommodation for Cyclists"
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Regent Street (Chapel Allerton) (9 comments)
Black & White image24th February 1940. Property on Regent Street, stone cottages, on right, through gate way, detached residence, Hawthorn House. To the left, number 64 Woodland Lane, Smith and Sowden, dairy. This building is now numbered 68 and is not to be confused with Alcuin School, numbered at 64 until its closure in July 2009, and situated in the former St. Matthew's Church Hall next door.
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The Queen's Arms, postcard (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of Harrogate Road showing the Queen's Arms public house on the right at the junction with Woodland Lane. A tram is seen on the road.
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