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Search Aspect (Elmete Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Elmete Hall, South East View (Roundhay)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Elmete Hall site of babies hospital. Photograph is facing south east and shows parkland, bushes and trees.
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Elmete Lane (Roundhay)
Black & White image21st February 1918. View of Elmete Lane. Elmete was an ancient British Kingdom, the name survives in the modern Barwick and Sherburn and Elmet.
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Elmete Lane, Beechwood, aerial view (Roundhay)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial photograph of Beechwood. The Beechwood Estate, "Lupton House", dates from the Georgian period, circa 1820s, and was Grade II listed by English Heritage in 1975. The seat of the prominent Lupton family, Beechwood had been purchased by 1861 by Francis Lupton Esq. (died 1884). By 1870, Francis Lupton was also the owner of two other estates; Potternewton Hall (in nearby Potternewton) and its adjoining Newton Hall - owned by his brother Arthur since the 1840s. On the photo's top right hand corner is a walled kitchen garden attached to the house. As landed gentry, Beechwood typically provided for the Lupton family's enjoyment of polo, hunting and tennis - see tennis court at bottom of photo. Much of Beechwood's extensive farmland was sold by the 1950s to create the Leeds council estate/township of Seacroft. Beechwood remained in the Lupton family until 1998. In 2015, Beechwood, including its former stables, gatehouse and servants wings, is used for offices.
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Elmete Lane, Elmete Hall, aerial view (Roundhay) (15 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view showing Elmete Hall in the centre. This Victorian mansion of Elmete Lane was built for James Kitson, a prominent engineer and Mayor of Leeds, in 1865. The Kitson family remained in the house until 1921, after which it was occupied by Bertram J. Redman, furnisher, until it was bought by Leeds City Council in 1956 for use as Elmete Hall School for the Deaf, with the boarding quarters known as Hammond Hall Hostel. It has since been sold for redevelopment as offices. Other buildings around it are, at the top left, the former Elmete Hall School, later Elmete Primary Centre and at the centre right,the former Roundhay Lodge School, later Elmete Wood School.
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Leeds Golf Club Course, Clubhouse (Roundhay) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1963. This image shows Leeds Golf Course c1963. in the background is the Clubhouse which was built at a cost of £3717.1s.10d and was formally opened on 2nd October 1909. The Leeds Golf Course is sometimes known locally as 'Cobble Hall' after the building located further along Elmete Lane.
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