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Meanwod Road, during World War II

Subject ID:
Little London
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
LQ 388 L517/125
Meanwod Road, during World War II
c1939-1945. View of Meanwood Road during World War II showing tramlines in the foreground. Dominating the background, left, is the King's Arms 'one of Tetley's houses' located at numbers 73 Meanwood Road next to the junction with Meanwood Street (centre.) The kerb is painted with black and white markings to aid pedestrians and road users during the black-outs. On the opposite corner of Meanwood Street is British Node Products at number 75 Meanwood Road, with Mrs. Elizabeth Grayson, butcher adjacent at number 77.

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