Aireborough Historical Society

Otley Road (section 2)

Otley Road
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Title
Otley Road
Date Undated
Location Guiseley
Photo ID
C012
D074
FB183     Donated by Andrew Clayton
N110
M232     Donated by Anne North
K418      

N297     Donated by Anne North



   




Comment
1: This view looks from Oxford Circus (Oxford Road) which is to the left and down Otley Road in the direction of Yeadon/Rawdon.
A number of children are gathered round a tram which has a destination board for Roundhay.
On the left behind the lamp post is a shop with rolls of linoleum outside, this is the business of Lee & Sons.
A finger post on the lamp standard points to Guiseley railway station.

   The Providence Methodist Chapel is behind the tram, the building on the right has a sign "Fish and Chip Saloon".

2: Towards the right is the Primitive Methodist Chapel also called Providence Chapel.
Next right is a lower building with J W Lawson offering financial services.

3: View looking along Otley Road in the direction of Greenbottom.The shop with the boxes stacked outside is Dibb's grocers.

4: View of Otley Road looking towards the Station Inn and the junction with Oxford Road.
 
5: Then & now images of a shop on Otley Road, once Popplewell's greengrocers, it is now the premises of Dacre, Son & Hartley estate agents.

6: Looking towards Greenbottom, to the right is an area of waste ground where properties have been demolished.



N297

1920/2004: Now and then images of the old tram sheds on Otley Road, White Cross.

The building is now converted into apartments and a health club (October 2015)

 

B788

C1986: Oxford Road is to the left, moving right, Parker's greengrocers, Leeds Permanent Building Society, Richard Driver estate agent, Rhodes newsagent.

Courtesy of Rachel King

 

electricalphil2005
electricalphil2005
The shop was Joseph Lee & Sons. He was my Grand uncle and also had a furniture shop in at the bottom of High Street Yeadon.
29 May 2013
JHWellsMount
JHWellsMount
The pile of rubble in photo 6 is the remains of the old Guiseley telephone exchange which was moved to land at White Cross.
15 October 2017
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