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[21]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.
[22]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.
[23]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.
[24]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.
[25]View from The Railway Bridge, Clayton Woods (Horsforth)
View from The Railway Bridge, Clayton Woods2010. View from the railway bridge in Clayton Woods looking in the direction of Butcher Hill. The block of high rise flats glimpsed in the centre background is Clayton Grange in Fillingfir Drive. Woodside Quarry is on the left hand side.
[26]Footbridge over Railway Line, Clayton Woods (Horsforth)
Footbridge over Railway Line, Clayton Woods2010. View of the footbridge over the railway line in Clayton Woods. This is near the former Clayton Wood Cottage, now a boarding kennels called Clayton Cottage Pet Hotel, and located just off Low Lane.
[27] Clayton Woods, footbridge over the railway line (Horsforth)
 Clayton Woods, footbridge over the railway line2010. View of Clayton Woods showing the footbridge which crosses the railway line near the former Clayton Wood Cottage, now a boarding kennels, located just off Low Lane.
[28]Oil Mill Beck (Horsforth)
Oil Mill BeckUndated. Image shows Oil Mill Beck as it passes under a bridge that leads to Clayton Woods. The location is just off Low Lane.
[29]Land off Low Lane for the construction of ponds (Horsforth)
Land off Low Lane for the construction of pondsSpring 2008. View of land located off Low Lane which has been designated for the construction of conservation ponds by Ramboll for client The Burford Group. Major plans were in place in 2007 by Burford to develop an urban village on the former 50 acre site of Woodside Quarry, which was to include luxury housing and apartments, shops, a gym and hotel and a £2.5 million rail link. As part of the scheme the company were required to provide a new habitat for the protected species of Great Crested Newt found in the area. A cluster of three Newt Receptor Ponds was designed at a cost of £1 million, and the project was completed in 2009. The recession curtailed plans for an urban village, and the site, in 2017, is still awaiting development. On the left the former Clayton Wood Cottage is visible, now a boarding kennels, and on the right is Springwood House, a substantial four storey office building fronting Low Lane.
[30]Site Earmarked for Construction of Newt Receptor Ponds (Horsforth)
Site Earmarked for Construction of Newt Receptor PondsSpring 2008. Image shows a pile of stones and rubble on the site earmarked for the construction of three Newt Receptor Ponds. The construction was to be undertaken by Ramboll for client The Burford Group. This was to conserve the habitat of the Great Crested Newt, a protected species, and was part of the conditions the Burford Group had to meet in order to begin construction of an urban village development on the 50 acre former site of Woodside Quarry. The newt ponds were completed but the recession bit and to date (2017) plans for the urban village are on hold.
[31]Site off Low Lane designated for Receptor Newt Ponds (Horsforth)
Site off Low Lane designated for Receptor Newt PondsMarch 2008. View of a site off Low Lane which has been designated for the construction of Receptor Newt Ponds. This is to conserve the habitat of the Great Crested Newt, a protected species. Clayton Wood Cottage is through the trees on the left and houses a boarding kennels. Oil Mill Beck is at the right edge.
[32]Woodside Dyeworks, Clayton Woods (Horsforth)
Woodside Dyeworks, Clayton Woods2008. Image shows the remains of Woodside Dyeworks with Clayton Wood in the background and at the right edge. A Kelly's Directory for the West Riding of Yorkshire for 1917 lists the dyers at Woodside Dyeworks, Low Lane, as Moorhouse and Wainwright.
[33]Woodside Dye Works, Demolition in Progress (Horsforth)
Woodside Dye Works, Demolition in Progress2008. View of Woodside Dye Works in Low Lane where demolition is in progress. The Kelly's Directory for the West Riding of Yorkshire for 1917 lists the firm of dyers here as Moorhouse and Wainwright. In the background, right, Clayton Woods is visible.
[34]The Dales Way, a wintry scene (Eccup)
The Dales Way, a wintry scene2009. Wintry view taken from the Dales Way, just off the golf course at Eccup and looking uphill towards Alwoodley Lane.
[35]Snow Scene with overgrown pond in view (Horsforth)
Snow Scene with overgrown pond in viewUndated. Image shows a wintry scene with a overgrown pond in view, which for many years had been used for watering stock. It can be accessed by crossing the footbridge over the railway line between Clayton Wood and the former Woodside Quarry.
[36]New Road Side at the junction with Outwood Avenue (Horsforth)
New Road Side at the junction with Outwood Avenue2010. View of New Road Side (A65) looking in the direction of Leeds. At the far left the junction with Outwood Avenue is visible and in the middle distance the junction with Hawksworth Road. The trees dominating the background are in Hawksworth Wood and this location is close to the boundary between Horsforth and Hawksworth.
[37]Castleton County Primary School, Armley Road (Armley) (4 comments)
Castleton County Primary School, Armley Road1955. Visit to Castleton County Primary School by Lord Mayor of Leeds T. A. Jessop and the Lady Mayoress. Picture shows the Lord Mayor sitting at a desk in his old classroom with John Baldwin aged nine. Others in the photo, from John's recollections, include: Michael Playforth, Raymond Hunt, Roland Lightfoot, Graham Heald, John Wright, Phillip Watson, Ronald Higginbottom, Keith Broadhurst and Jeff Mellor. The school was located on Gloucester Terrace, Armley Road.
[38]City House, redevelopment (City Centre)
City House, redevelopment27th October 2016. This is an image of City House in New Station Street undergoing redevelopment. The 52 metre office block overlooking Leeds City railway station was erected in 1962 by Taylor Woodrow Ltd. to designs by John Poulson. The building has since been a familiar landmark in the city centre but has looked increasingly dated as the city's redevelopment has continued apace around it. Its facelift should transform it to make it more in keeping with the modern Leeds City Centre. The photo was taken from outside the Scarborough Hotel in Bishopgate Street, known to many locally as the "Scarborough Taps".
[39]City Square, National Service Hut (City Centre)
City Square, National Service Hut1939. Wartime view of City Square from late 1939 showing the National Service Hut erected as a recruitment office for the armed services. A large poster shows a lion underneath the words "Wake Up Citizens of Leeds". The statue of the Black Prince looms high above while the Queens Hotel (left) and the Majestic Cinema and General Post Office (right) can be seen in the background.
[40]Low Moor Side Lane, Barraclough General Store (Farnley)
Low Moor Side Lane, Barraclough General StoreUndated. View shows the Barraclough General Stone on Low Moor Side Lane, Moor Top. The shop was run by Norman and Annie Barraclough who lived with their family in the house opposite; the photo was taken from their small front yard. A young girl stands in the yard, looking down, most likely a daughter of Norman and Annie.