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Meanwood Road, looking north-west

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Meanwood Road, looking north-west
1970. View looking north-west along Meanwood Road from the junction with Wharfedale Avenue. The Cliff Tannery and chimney of the Refuse Destructor are in the background.

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Graham Kitching

I was born in either 352 or 354 Meanwood Road (on the right hand side of the picture)in 1952, where I lived with my mother Annie Elizabeth Kitching and Brother Dorry, until around 1957. The Gray family lived one door down and the Evans family one door up. My mother Annie worked at Cliff Tannery on Meanwood Road (owned by the Kitchin family......no relation). Any information relating to any of these families would be greatly appreciated.




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