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Meanwood Road, tram no.200

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Meanwood Road, tram no.200
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Undated. View shows tram no.200 on the no.8 route to Elland Road, situated at the Meanwood terminus on Meanwood Road. Tram 200 was a Horsfield tram which first ran in service in Leeds in 1931. In the background are shops including Crockatt's Dyers and Cleaners at no.572 and Timothy Whites and Taylors, chemist, at no.570.

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