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York Road, junction with All Saints Terrace


York Road, junction with All Saints Terrace
Description:
7th November 1938. View of the south side of York Road showing the junction with All Saints Terrace on the right. Empty buildings next to this including Crosslands at no.106 and Amos Cooke, confectioner and photographic services at no.12 are due to be demolished as part of slum clearance of the area. On the left is the York Road Public Library and Swimming Baths building, still standing today (2009) and a listed building though in a poor state.

User Comments:

Name:
Brian Cooke

Comment:
My brother and I were fascinated to see the picture of our great grandfathers old shop!

Date:
11-Nov-2014

Email:
briancookeuk@yahoo.co.uk

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Name:
Paul Cooke

Comment:
Amos's son Ernest (our grandfather) was a photographic colourist in Leeds then later in Bradford, when the family moved to Allerton. Has anyone any information about either of them please?

Date:
13-Nov-2014

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