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Beechwood Street after a heavy snowfall

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Beechwood Street after a heavy snowfall
11th February 1947. Image shows Beechwood Street, Stanningley, after a very heavy snowfall during the severe winter of 1947. A thick covering of snow has lodged on the rooftops and window sills of the stone-built terraced houses, numbering 14 and 16. A path has been cleared to the garden gate of number 16 and the snow is banked up on either side. February 1947 was one of the coldest winters on record with the heaviest snowfalls that winter since 1814. Beechwood Street is located off Bradford Road.

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