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Abercorn Place, Chester Place

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WYAS Hunslet Hall Road, Box 53/1, no. 143
Abercorn Place, Chester Place
1st September 1964 Image shows Abercorn Place on the left and Chester Place on the right. Here are numbers 9 to 13, back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right, originally built to house the shared outside toilet. A young boy stands on the steps of number 11 while a young girl plays on the pavement with a dolls pram. Clothes hang above the cobbled street on washing lines strung between terraces.

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