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[41]Ring Road West Park, looking west (West Park)
Ring Road West Park, looking west2009. A wintry view of Ring Road West Park as it approaches the railway bridge before Woodside roundabout, Horsforth. Houses on the left are on Fillingfir Drive. The factory on the right hand side has since been demolished.
[42]Oil Mill Beck, flooding (Horsforth) (1 comment)
Oil Mill Beck, floodingSummer 2008. View shows Oil Mill Beck in severe flooding conditions, taken from the track that leads to Clayton Boarding Kennels. The beck had burst its banks and was actually higher in the fields that on the bridge; it is prone to rising rapidly after rain.
[43]Lickless Gardens, housing (Horsforth)
Lickless Gardens, housing2009. View of Lickless Gardens, looking east, showing the junction with St. James’ Terrace on the left. Clayton Woods can be seen in the background through the houses.
[44]Clayton Woods, newt ponds (Horsforth) (1 comment)
Clayton Woods, newt ponds2010. View of newly made 'newt ponds' in Clayton Woods. This is the view from the bridge over Oil Mill Beck on the approach to the dog kennels.
[45]Eccup Reservoir, after tree felling (Eccup) (1 comment)
Eccup Reservoir, after tree felling2009. View of Eccup Reservoir after a huge amount of tree felling.
[46]Five Lane Ends, in winter (Eccup) (1 comment)
Five Lane Ends, in winter2008. A snowy scene at Five Lane Ends, looking south-west from Eccup Lane, which continues straight ahead. Eccup Moor Road is the first turning on the left, followed by King Lane, which crosses from left to right.
[47]R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centre (Holbeck)
R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centrec1969-71. View shows the first year apprentice training centre at R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., printing machine manufacturers, of Water Lane.
[48]R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centre (Holbeck) (1 comment)
R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centrec1969-71. View shows the first year apprentice training centre at R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., printing machine manufacturers, of Water Lane.
[49]R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centre (Holbeck)
R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., apprentice training centrec1969-71. View shows the first year apprentice training centre at R. W. Crabtree & Sons Ltd., printing machine manufacturers, of Water Lane.
[50]Machine-cut stone, Armitage Quarry (Thorpe)
Machine-cut stone, Armitage QuarryUndated. Image shows machine-cut stone, ready to be finished, at Armitage & Sons stone quarry at Thorpe. The firm was established in 1864 by George Armitage, and was sold to Marshalls of Halifax in 1988, and then on to the Hanson Group.
[51]Yellow Fold, rear view (Beeston)
Yellow Fold, rear viewUndated. View shows the rear of a terrace of old brick-built cottages on Yellow Fold, off Town Street.
[52]Yellow Fold, nos. 1 - 7 (Beeston)
Yellow Fold, nos. 1 - 7Undated. View of a terrace of old brick-built cottages on Yellow Fold off Town Street. They are numbered (from right) 7, 5, 3 and 1 with no. 115 Town Street at the far end of the row.
[53]Goodall Yard, Old Lane (Beeston)
Goodall Yard, Old LaneUndated. View shows Goodall Yard off Old Lane. The pair of semi-detached houses on the left are nos. 2 and 3, while those to the right are 4 and 5. Goodall Yard was situated next to St. Anthony's R.C. Church and is now the site of St. Anthony's Church Hall.
[54]Old Lane, by Goodall Yard (Beeston) (1 comment)
Old Lane, by Goodall YardUndated. View shows old buildings on Old Lane, next to Goodall Yard. The gable end of no. 2 Goodall Yard is seen on the right. The terrace of houses partly visible in the background is Cross Flatts Crescent. This area, near St. Anthony's R.C. Church, is now the site of St. Anthony's Church Hall.
[55]Goodman Street, looking east (Hunslet)
Goodman Street, looking eastc1981. Looking east along Goodman Street from the junction with Donisthorpe Street. To the left is part of the former bus depot which faced onto Donisthorpe Street. On the right, by the junction with Forster Street, is The Goodman, a Tetley's public house.
[56]Goodman Street, looking west (Hunslet)
Goodman Street, looking westc1981. View looking west along Goodman Street. On the left is the entrance to Alcan Windows Ltd., aluminium and security screen manufacturers. Beyond this are premises of R. H. Bruce & Co. Ltd., ironmongers and tool dealers, whose main address is 2 Atkinson Street, just off the picture to the right. Further along the gable end of the Nevins Hotel public house can be seen.
[57]Goodman Street, looking west (Hunslet)
Goodman Street, looking westUndated. View looking west along Goodman Street. On the left is the entrance to premises of R. H. Bruce & Co. Ltd., ironmongers and tool dealers, whose main address is 2 Atkinson Street, off the picture to the right. Next, the gable end of the Nevins Hotel can be seen, while further along at the end of the row is another public house, The Goodman.
[58]Donisthorpe Street, looking north (Hunslet)
Donisthorpe Street, looking northUndated. View of Donisthorpe Street looking north from near the junction with Goodman Street. The Leeds City Transport bus depot is on the right. To the left, the flat-roofed building is AE Industrial & Air Equipment Ltd., a business which still operates from Donisthorpe Street today (2019), though now based in the building next door.
[59]Pymont Farm, Ouzlewell Green Lane (Lofthouse)
Pymont Farm, Ouzlewell Green LaneUndated. View shows, on the left, buildings that are part of Pymont Farm, on the north side of Ouzlewell Green Lane (now just Green Lane). On the south side of the road can be seen houses on the Greenmoor estate. Construction on the estate began in the 1930s and was continued in the 1950s.
[60]Farm Buildings, Lofthouse Gate (Lofthouse)
Farm Buildings, Lofthouse Gatec1950s. View shows farm buildings situated off Lingwell Nook Lane, Lofthouse Gate, close to the area of spoil heaps know locally as 'The Alps'. The aerial cable carrying coal spoil can be seen above the rooftops of the buildings. The spoil heaps were removed during the construction of the M1 motorway in the late 1960s.