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[1]Hollin Lane, postcard (Headingley)
Hollin Lane, postcardc1907. Old view of Hollin Lane from a postcard sent on 24th August 1907.
[2]Town Hall, Roundhay Park and City Square, postcard (City Centre)
Town Hall, Roundhay Park and City Square, postcardc1907. Multi-view postcard of Leeds with a post date of 17th August 1907, showing views of the Town Hall, the Waterfall and Mansion at Roundhay Park, and City Square.
[3]Church Lane, postcard (Cross Gates)
Church Lane, postcardc1908. Old view of Church Lane, from a postcard posted on 12th October 1908.
[4]Beckett Street, postcard (Burmantofts)
Beckett Street, postcardUndated. Postcard view of Beckett Street from around the early 20th century, seen from just past the junction with Green Road. Shops visible include (from left) Charles E. Dightam, jeweller and watchmaker at number 37, Thomas Briggs, tobacconist and confectioner at 39, William Tebbs, dyer at number 41 and Thomas George, florist at 43. THe spire of St. John the Baptist Church on Robson Street is seen in the background.
[5]Cockshott Lane, looking north-east (Armley)
Cockshott Lane, looking north-eastUndated. Postcard view of Cockshott Lane looking north-east, possibly taken around 1935-36. The junction with Wyther Park Mount is on the left, with the nearest house visible being numbered 2 Wyther Park Mount; numbers then follow in ascending order from 11 Cockshott Lane.
[6]Green Hill Road, looking north-west (Armley) (1 comment)
Green Hill Road, looking north-westUndated. Postcard view looking north-west down Green Hill Road. The junction with Armley Grange Mount is on the right and St Mary's Hospital is beyond the fence on the left. Visible in the distance is the Church of the Venerable Bede.
[7]Can You Help: A. Woodcock, fruiterer and florist (Unknown) (1 comment)
Can You Help: A. Woodcock, fruiterer and floristUndated. View shows the shop of A. Woodcock, fruiterer and florist, but we are unsure of the location. Members of the Woodcock family lived in Rothwell in the early part of the 20th century and some later moved to the Woodhouse and Burley areas.
[8]Lennox Terrace, Woodcock Family (Burley) (1 comment)
Lennox Terrace, Woodcock FamilyUndated. View of Lennox Terrace showing a woman and two children, believed to be members of the Woodcock family, standing beside a car. The view looks towards Price's Cardigan clothing factory in the background.
[9]Mill Hill, Number 12 (Rothwell)
Mill Hill, Number 12Undated. View shows number 12 Mill Hill at the end of a row. A couple standing outside the door are believed to be members of the Woodcock Family, possibly Benjamin and his wife Harriet, who lived there with their family in the early 20th century. According to the 1911 census Benjamin, aged 43, was a coal miner and had five children, Arthur, George, Fred, Frank and Sarah.
[10]Middleton Park, Water Tank (Middleton)
Middleton Park, Water TankUndated. This stone structure sits alongside the track which runs from the main gates of Middleton Park, as it nears the Rose Garden. Although the perspective here gives the impression of it being rectangular in shape, it is actually square. Visible access via the small hole on the right indicates that there is a breeze-block inner wall. It is understood that the building contains a huge rubber-lined, galvanised steel tank from which water was once automatically pumped to sprinklers at various points on the now de-commissioned Middleton Park Municipal Golf Course. Image and information courtesy of Graham A. Schofield.
[11]Wintry Scene taken from Outwood Lane (Horsforth)
Wintry Scene taken from Outwood LaneJanuary 2009. Wintry Scene taken from Outwood Lane and showing snow covered fields where horses are kept.
[12]Oil Mill Beck from the footbridge (Horsforth)
Oil Mill Beck from the footbridgeAugust 2014. View upstream from the footbridge which crosses Oil Mill Beck. The footpath runs down the side of the former Brookfoot soap mill. In the early twentieth centuryr the soap manufacturers here were Thomas Bentley & Son (Directory of the West Riding of Yorkshire, 1908).
[13]Eccup Reservoir, view through the trees (Eccup)
Eccup Reservoir, view through the treesAugust 2017. View through the trees near Eccup Reservoir. Much timber was taken out of the wood in 2009 and 2010 leaving bare ground, Since then an abundance of bushes and wild flowers have grown.
[14]Eccup Reservoir (Eccup)
Eccup ReservoirAugust 2014. View of Eccup Reservoir. A large pipe has been exposed due to the low water levels.
[15]Eccup Reservoir in low water (Eccup)
Eccup Reservoir in low waterAugust 2014. Image shows Eccup Reservoir photographed when water levels were low.
[16]Eccup Reservoir showing low water levels (Eccup)
Eccup Reservoir showing low water levelsAugust 20014. Image shows the low water levels at Eccup Reservoir when photographed during the month of August 2014.
[17]Eccup Reservoir covered over with snow. (Eccup)
Eccup Reservoir covered over with snow.Winter 2009. Wintry view of Eccup Reservoir with a covering of snow.
[18]Lineham Farm Wood in the Snow (Eccup)
Lineham Farm Wood in the SnowWinter 2009. View of Lineham Farm Wood covered in deep snowfall during the winter of 2009.
[19]Castley Beck as it joins the River Wharfe (Pool)
Castley Beck as it joins the River WharfeSpring 2009. Spring view showing Castley Beck at the point where it joins the River Wharfe at Pool.
[20]View from Clayton Woods, showing the Moor Grange Estate, West Park (West Park)
View from Clayton Woods, showing the Moor Grange Estate, West ParkUndated. View from Clayton Woods showing the Moor Grange Estate, West Park. The two blocks of flats in the middle ground are Clayton Court, left, and Clayton Grange, right. Clayton Grange was used in the 1985 ITV series "The Beiderbecke Affair". To the right of Clayton Grange, houses in Fillingfir Drive are visible. Behind the houses the trees are in Fillingfir Thicks which borders the grounds of Abbey Grange High School. The furthest block of high rise flats is Moor Grange Court in Butcher Hill. Across the middle ground the bands of trees flank the Ring Road at West Park.