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Lodge Lane, looking north

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Lodge Lane, looking north
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1989. View looking north along Lodge Lane, from the junction with Back Stratford Terrace. The building on the left is the Church of the Holy Spirit. The boarded-up shop after this is on the corner of Lodge Lane and Stratford Street, and in its heyday it was a pork butchers owned by the Leah family. It has since been demolished.

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Linda Gibson

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The shop on the left at the Junction of Stratford Street and Lodge Lane was the Pork butcher entrance and next door on Lodge Lane was the Beef butcher entrance. In the 60s and 70s this was owned by Revilles butchers (They also had a shop in York Road. Wilf looked after the beef side and his brother looked after the pork side for a number of years. The door you can see at the corner of the next street on the left was a fish and chip shop. and the opposite corner to this was a tailors shop'

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11-Jan-2014

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Rich Edwards

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This photo is looking toward my house, which is located in the long row of back-to-backs toward the centre right of the shot. The two rows of houses opposite (including the former butcher's shop) had been demolished by the time I bought it in 2005 and were for a few years used as a works site for the Group Repair programme of regeneration and improvements run by Leeds City Council. It's now the site of the almost-complete Abu Huraira mosque, from which the Hardy Street mosque will soon relocated. Sad to see how little litter there was just 25 years ago, as this is now a significant problem throughout Beeston, but then there were probably far fewer takeaways back then too.

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02-Aug-2014

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