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This multimedia website describes proposals to establish a new public park in the Kirkstall Valley in central Leeds. It would be the largest public recreational project in Leeds for over seventy years, comparable in size with Roundhay Park, Middleton Park or Hyde Park in central London. These pages include a short history of the area and numerous maps and photographs of the locality. Each picture is initially represented by a small, low resolution image so that the pages will load quickly. If you have a modern browser, a fast internet connection and a high resolution monitor you can replace these low resolution images with much larger and more detailed versions. Click the image titles to enlarge the pictures, or tab through the titles then press any key to load the larger versions. An alternative text-only version is available.
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