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[1]Belle Vue House, during redevelopment (Burley)
Belle Vue House, during redevelopmentJune 1979. Image shows Belle Vue House, built c1792 for an 18th century cloth merchant on three and a half acres of land. Originally on Belle Vue Lawn, but the area around was redeveloped and it is now addressed as Kendal Walk. The view was taken during redevelopment. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[2]Gledhow Valley Road, nos. 114 - 120 (Chapel Allerton)
Gledhow Valley Road, nos. 114 - 1208th March 1982. View shows a row of shops on Gledhow Valley Road, numbered (from right) 114 to 120. Shops include Modelauto and Just Hair. Currently (2020) they are occupied by El Bareto tapas bar, Emerald Hair and Beauty, Jumbo Chinese takeaway and Beauty at Rachel's. A fifth shop has been added to the end of the row. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[3]Street Lane, nos. 63 - 81 (Roundhay)
Street Lane, nos. 63 - 818th March 1982. Image of a row of shops and businesses on Street Lane, numbered (from left) 63 - 81. These include Trustee Savings Bank, Crockatt Cleaning, Leeds and Holbeck Building Society and The Coffee Shop. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[4]Chapel Street, East Ardsley Conservative Club (East Ardsley)
Chapel Street, East Ardsley Conservative Club31st January 1985. View of the East Ardsley Conservative Club on Chapel Street. Houses on Parker Street are seen in the background. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[5]Dewsbury Road, Police Station and Library (Hunslet)
Dewsbury Road, Police Station and Library22nd April 1982. View of the old Police Station and Library at the junction between Dewsbury Road and Hunslet Hall Road, from across a stretch of barren land. The building was built in 1902 and now (2020) is used as rented offices. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[6]Bude Road, looking across to Back Stratford Terrace (Beeston)
Bude Road, looking across to Back Stratford Terrace22nd August 1983. View shows Bude Road looking across to Back Stratford Terrace, then Stratford Street, where the corner shop at no. 80 can be seen, and behind that Clovelly Terrace. Rowland Road Working Mens' Club is on the left at the far end of Bude Road. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[7]Stratford Street, no. 80 (Beeston)
Stratford Street, no. 8022nd August 1983. Looking across to Stratford Street from Bude Road, showing a corner shop at no. 80, which has a modern dormer window. Also in the picture are nos. 70 - 78 Stratford Street. There are people and a Ford Estate car outside the shop. To the left the dormer windows of nos. 7 and 9 Clovelly Row are visible. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[8]Stratford Street, no. 80 (Beeston)
Stratford Street, no. 8022nd August 1983. View of Stratford Street from Bude Road, running along the left, showing a general store at no. 80 in an end terrace with a dormer window. Clovelly Terrace is behind. Rowland Road Working Mens' Club and Institute is in the background at the far end of Bude Road. A Ford car is parked outside the shop. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[9]Bentley Lane Infants School, class photograph (Meanwood)
Bentley Lane Infants School, class photograph1950. Class photograph showing girls of Bentley Lane Infants School in 1950. The teacher is Mrs Braithwaite and some of the girls' names are:- Back row: Denise Marsden, Wendy Farnell, Myrtle Sing, Mary Higginson; 2nd row: Valerie Gill, Pat Milner, Jean Spence, Christine Moore, Susan McNicol, Pam Proctor; 3rd row: Diane Stephenson, 4th row: Delia Naylor, Susan Bean and Janet Drummond at the end. Bentley Lane School was built in the early 1930s and closed in 2004. Image and names courtesy of Pamela Hildreth.
[10]The Church of St. John the Evangelist, Wetherby Road (Roundhay)
The Church of St. John the Evangelist, Wetherby Road15th September 2019. Image of Roundhay St. John's Church, designed by Thomas Taylor and financed by the Nicholsons of Roundhay Mansion. It was completed in 1825, and consecrated in January 1826. Many of the Nicholson family were interred here. In more recent times, around 2006, it was de-commissioned, and in 2010 was sold by the Church of England to The Pentecostal City Mission Church for a nominal £1.00, who agreed to maintain the Grade II listed church and its grounds. As can be seen, this section of the graveyard is becoming completely overgrown. However, further up the hill, behind the church, the north section is still in use. Image courtesy of Graham A. Schofield.
[11]Long Row, nos. 19 - 27 (Horsforth)
Long Row, nos. 19 - 27c1979. View shows the front of nos. 19 - 27 Long Row, a terrace of houses with a workshop at nos. 19 - 21. A white van belonging to Geoff Beverley, Plumbing and Heating, Horsforth 583109, is parked outside. Directories for 1978 - 1984 list this plumber at 44 Newlaithes Road, Horsforth. The terrace still exists (2020) but nos. 19 - 21 appear to be residential. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[12]Long Row, nos. 19 - 33 (Horsforth)
Long Row, nos. 19 - 33c1979. View of the front of nos. 19 - 33 Long Row, a terrace of houses with a workshop at nos. 19 - 21. A white van belonging to Geoff Beverley, Plumbing and Heating, Horsforth 583109, is parked outside. Directories for 1978 - 1984 list this plumber at 44 Newlaithes Road, Horsforth. The terrace still exists (2020) but nos. 19 - 21 appear to be residential. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[13]Linton Lane, view into village (Linton)
Linton Lane, view into villagec1982. View looking down Linton Lane heading into the village. Snow is covering the ground on both sides of the road. The site to the left is now (2020) occupied by a detached house, Springwell. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[14]Linton Lane, view into village (Linton)
Linton Lane, view into villagec1982. View of Linton Lane heading into the village. The site to the left is now (2020) occupied by a detached house, Springwell. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[15]Linton Lane, view out of village (Linton)
Linton Lane, view out of villagec1982. View of Linton Lane, heading out of town. The site to the right is now (2020) occupied by a detached house, Springwell. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[16]Oakwood Aveue, no. 41, rear view (Oakwood)
Oakwood Aveue, no. 41, rear viewc1982. Rear view of no. 41 Oakwood Avenue, seen from Oakwood Boundary Road with Back Oakwood Drive leading off to the right. Just visible on the left is no. 32 Oakwood Avenue. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[17]Oakwood Avenue, seen from Oakwood Boundary Road (Oakwood)
Oakwood Avenue, seen from Oakwood Boundary Roadc1982. Looking up Oakwood Boundary Road towards terraced houses on Oakwood Avenue, with no. 41 at the end followed by 39 then 37. The next junction up is with Back Oakwood Drive, where the rear of no. 20 Oakwood Drive is seen at the end of the terrace. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[18]Oakwood Avenue, nos. 37 - 41 (Oakwood)
Oakwood Avenue, nos. 37 - 41c1982. View shows terraced housing at nos. 37 - 41 Oakwood Avenue, seen from Oakwood Boundary Road. Behind the camera is Gipton Wood. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[19]Oakwood Avenue, nos. 35 - 41 (Oakwood)
Oakwood Avenue, nos. 35 - 41c1982. View of Oakwood Avenue showing terraced houses numbered (from left) 35 to 41. The street runs up to Oakwood Boundary Road with trees in Gipton Wood beyond. Three VW Beetles are parked in the street. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.
[20]Mabgate Mills, Lincoln Green Road (Mabgate)
Mabgate Mills, Lincoln Green Road14th September 1989. Image of Mabgate Mills Industrial and Commercial Centre on the corner of Mabgate and Lincoln Green Road. The area behind is To Let by Paxtons. The junction with Skinner Lane is on the right, where an unusual, curved building is on the corner. Image researched by members of the Heritage Volunteer Group.