These photos have been plucked from the Yorkshire Evening Post archive and showcase life in the suburb, predominantly during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. They feature local landmarks, street scenes, as well as pubs, restaurants and shops that you may remember. And they are also the focus of some news stories from back in the day. MORE UNSEEN PHOTOS:Beeston | Horsforth | Harehills | Morley | Rodley | MiddletonLOVE LEEDS, LOVE RETRO?Join 'Leeds Retro' on facebook
An almost deserted Christopher Road.
Prefabs on Crossfield Street in Woodhouse.
Glossop Street in Woodhouse.
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Washing hangs out to dry on Glossop View.
Is this the Woodhouse you remember?
Customers of Woodhouse post office on Raglan Road had a message to the Post Office - hands off! The PO intended to close the sub-post office and decision brought a wave of protest.
Cleaning the streets of Woodhouse.
Highways chiefs were planning on pressing ahead with a controversial scheme for a cycle track across Woodhouse Moor.
Is this the Woodhouse you remember?
Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park where free parking was introduced on a Saturday.
A view from Quarry Mount Primary in the mid 1980s.
A view from Woodhouse Moor which shows part of the 12-year-old Holborn development in the foreground and the more familiar red brick terraces in the background.
Tenants of Glossop Street in Woodhouse issued a message to Environment Secretary Patrick Jenkin: 'Please don't pull down our homes!' Egerton Ball waters his plants outside his home.
Haws Street in Woodhouse.
A Yorkshire Television film crew at work in Leicester Place, Woodhouse.
The better back-tobacks of Woodhouse made superior homes when compared with new council housing developments, whioch had been labelled 'the slums of tomorrow.' That was the view of the Vicar of Woodhouse the Rev Robert Simpson.
Even if it was possible to play on the Woodhouse Moor tennis courts, players would have to spend most of their time retrieving balls through the torn-down fences.
A rubbish-strewn street in Woodhouse. Do you recognise which one?
The scene on Moorland Road outside Leeds Grammar School.
Residents of Woodhouse Cliff felt that Leeds City Council was giving them a raw deal. They complained that the ridge had been allowed to become grossly overgrown.
A woman who had 'begged and borrowed' for 18 months to give Woodhouse children a 20,000 'super playground' was appealing for more cash to pay for it. 'Gina's playground' was almost finished thanks to the efforts of Gina Greenley.
Quarry Place, a street which classically illustrates the townscape of Leeds and should be conserved rather than reduced to wastelnd, claimed Save Britain's Heritage.
Vandals were thought to be responsible for toppling a 40ft scaffold tower being used to renovate a house end in Woodhouse. Workers funded by the Inner City Programme were repointing the wall on Back Quarry Mount ready for a mural.
Woodhouse from Quarry Mount Primary. Were you a pupil back in the day?
The mellowed terrace houses of North West View, Woodhouse Street, appear to nestle at the foot of the soaring Holborn Towers.
Joggers on Woodhouse Ridge.
Kate Scott walks her dog across Woodhouse Moor.
Johnston Street in Woodhouse.
Project worker Roger King (left), talking to Gary Arundale, who was working on the new centre in Woodhouse.
The Woodhouse Cannons from the Crimea War. They ended up in a furnace in Armley to aid the Second World War drive for scrap metal.
Little Woodhouse Street. The Clarendon Wing of Leeds General Infirmary now stands on the site.
The Rosebanks in Woodhouse before demolition.
Woodhouse Ridge with Meanwood Road in the distance.
A house on Woodhouse Street.
The first photo of two stretches of Woodhouse Lane in the days of open-ended trams and solid tyres.
The second photo of two stretches of Woodhouse Lane in the days of open-ended trams and solid tyres.