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New Leeds nos. 1, 2, 3

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New Leeds nos. 1, 2, 3
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7th October 1963 View looks from Pollard Lane into stone built properties on a terrace known as New Leeds. This photograph shows numbers 3, 2 then 1 from left to right. Houses have traditional style, multiplepaned windows. A line of washing hangs across the gardens, partially obscuring the view.

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Derek H aigh

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My wife Ann and I moved in to No1 with our first child in 1958, and both our two youngest children were born in the cottage. The washing shown must have been ours because we did not move out until 1964. The cottage had once been a shop,and the old shop bell was still above the side door also the large meat hooks were still in the cellars.The blocked in window on the right was a slab of sandstone which in very cold winters was covered in frost on the inside. We never had hot water we had a zinc bath filled up with water heated up on the gas cooker for bath nights! Our toilet was one in picture No6 on this page we had to pass six other cottages to get to ours very lonely at night. It was a nice little community and very rural as well. Briggs Quarry was over the road from us and we had to bring the children in when blasting was taking place because bits of rock would land in the garden we were told when this was going to be done of course, two men one at the top and one at the bottom would stand out with red flags warning people. We were sad to move but our family were growing up so we needed more room for all of us.

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john beeston

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harry and ethel swithenbank lived in no 1 my grand parantsthey moved to 16 wilson place bramley in 1943 walter &rose nevins lived in no 3 with there 2 kids greta and warren livid there til about 1963 greta married and moved round the corner and warren married about 1962 and moved to bramley wood lane just off broad lane

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20-Nov-2011

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wade

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My dad lived in I think the second house from the end . family names David Wade( my dad ) his three sisters Anne, pat and lynne my grandparents Harry-patrick and kath .my great grandmother lived in the house that was situated were the abbey pub car park is .I think her name was Elizabeth wade .my dad says that it was a great place to live ,Its a pity the pulled them down

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19-Jun-2014

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