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[1]York Road, nos. 942-950, rear (Seacroft)
York Road, nos. 942-950, rearUndated. View shows a yard and outbuildings at the back of nos. 942-950 York Road, which is accessed from Stocks Approach. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[2]Church Close, nos. 1 - 3 (Seacroft)
Church Close, nos. 1 - 3Undated. View of Church Close off York Road, situated opposite St. James' Church. A pair of semi-detached houses are seen, nos. 1(left)and 3. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[3]York Road, no.1047 (Seacroft)
York Road, no.1047Undated. View shows a large house situated at no. 1047 York Road, taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[4]York Road, nos. 1049-1051 (Seacroft)
York Road, nos. 1049-1051Undated. View shows a pair of old cottages on York Road, no. 1049 on the left and 1051 on the right. These are both Grade II listed buildings and were originally one house, dating back to the mid 18th century with 19th century alterations. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
[5]York Road, nos. 1051-1055 (Seacroft)
York Road, nos. 1051-1055Undated. View of York Road showing part of a row of old houses. No. 1051 is on the left, one of a pair of listed buildings, then nos. 1053 and 1055. Taken someime between 1975 and 1995.
[6]The Green, no. 51 (Seacroft)
The Green, no. 51Undated. View of a house at no. 51 The Green, taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[7]The Green, no. 51, rear view (Seacroft)
The Green, no. 51, rear viewUndated. Rear view of a house at no. 51 The Green, with attached outbuildings. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
[8]The Green, no. 69, Mayfield Farm (Seacroft)
The Green, no. 69, Mayfield FarmUndated. View shows Mayfield Farm, a large old property at no. 69 The Green. The former farmhouse is on the right with an adjoining barn on the left. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[9]The Green, no. 69, Mayfield Farm (Seacroft)
The Green, no. 69, Mayfield FarmUndated. View shows the former farmhouse of Mayfield Farm situated at no. 69 The Green, a large brick-built property with a barn attached. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[10]Laburnum Farm, outbuilding (Seacroft)
Laburnum Farm, outbuildingUndated. View shows the rear of an outbuilding which was situated next to Laburnum Farm, at the west end of Seacroft village green. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
[11]Church Close, nos. 2-10 (Seacroft)
Church Close, nos. 2-10Undated. View shows a terrace of 5 dwellings on Church Close, situated off York Road. The houses are numbered from 10 on the left down to 2 on the right. Trees are in blossom in the foreground. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[12]Church Close, nos. 2-10 (Seacroft)
Church Close, nos. 2-10Undated. View show the side and rear of a row of 5 dwellings on Church Close, off York Road. No. 2 is nearest the camera then the others follow in ascending order to no. 10. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[13]York Road, no. 914, rear view (Seacroft)
York Road, no. 914, rear viewUndated. View shows the rear of a house at no. 914 York Road, seen fron Stocks Rise. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
[14]York Road, nos. 942 - 950 (Seacroft)
York Road, nos. 942 - 950Undated. View shows a terrace of houses on York Road, just past the junction with Stocks Approach, off the picture to the right. They are numbered, from right, 942 to 950. On the left is the rear of a house on Taylor's Close, a more recent development. Taken sometime between 1975 and 1995.
[15]The Green, nos. 42-56 (Seacroft)
The Green, nos. 42-56Undated. View shows a row of old houses on The Green, numbered (from right) 42 to 56. Behind them is the block of high-rise flats Queensview. Taken between 1975 and 1995.
[16]Pigeon Cote Villa, Bailey's Lane (Seacroft)
Pigeon Cote Villa, BaileyUndated. View of Pigeon Cote Villa, situated in a cul-de-sac off Bailey's Lane, taken sometime between 1975 and 1995. It was originally sited on Bailey's Lane itself at the time that the lane went straight up to Pigeon Cote Farm. When the farm was demolished to build a housing estate the lane was diverted, leaving the villa in a cul-de-sac off the main road. The tall block of flats in the background, right, is Ramshead Heights.
[17]St. Stephen's Junior School, Rugby Team (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
St. StephenSeptember 1956. View shows St. Stephen's Junior School Rugby Team of 1956-57. The photograph was taken in East End Park, at the bottom field near the railway lines, before the game against All Saints School off York Road. St. Stephen's School was situated on Accommodation Road in Burmantofts, by the junction with Nippet Lane. Photograph courtesy of Brian McGrath, one of the boys in the team.
[18]Burmantofts Girls School, woodwork centre (Burmantofts)
Burmantofts Girls School, woodwork centrec1957-58. View taken outside the woodwork centre attached to Burmantofts Girls School, situated on Beckett Street near St. James' Hospital. The three boys pictured in front of their woodwork teacher's car are John Bullock (left), Brian McGrath (centre) and John Hickling (right). The boys walked up from Burmantofts Boys School in Lincoln Green once a week to attend woodwork classes. Image courtesy of Brian McGrath.
[19]Otley Road, looking north-west (Headingley)
Otley Road, looking north-west1998. Looking north-west along Otley Road at Far Headingley. Kindercare Nursery is on the left, occupying the former St. Chad's C of E School building. This is followed by the junction with Drummond Avenue then semi-detached houses numbered 203 to 213.
[20]Church Wood Avenue, from Otley Road (Headingley)
Church Wood Avenue, from Otley Road1998. Looking up Churchwood Avenue from the junction with Otley Road. Semi-detached houses are on the left, starting with no. 213 Otley Road on the corner then houses in ascending order from no. 3 Churchwood Avenue. To the right of the road are the Headingley Water Treatment Works, the site of which has since been redeveloped as housing. The road leads up to the Headingley campus of Leeds Metropolitan University, now known as Leeds Beckett University.