Where is this?

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Brunel
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The only routes running to Corn Exchange were the Stanningley/ Armley group of routes and Rothwell route

jim
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I wonder if they used the return loop below the Guinness clock Brunel?
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Hello everyone, just to clarify the picture. Below is an image taken from google street showing the location as it is today.

again many thanks for the input.
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Brunel
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Good guess about Rothwell it was running on West Riding metals on route 25 The route was a branch of the Leeds to Wakefield line which was operated by LCT as part of allowing West Riding trams to run over Leeds rails from Thwaite Gate to Corn Exchange.

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Didn't know this road existed. LS15
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