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Search Aspect (CLAY PIT STREET )
Location - Leeds & District

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Clay Pit Street (Little London)
Black & White image19th June 1967 Odd numbered back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from the left in ascending order to number 15 on the right which is next to an outside toilet block. These houses had been deemed unfit for human habitation and awaited demolition in line with slum clearance plans.
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Clay Pit Street (Little London)
Black & White image23rd June 1967 Even numbered back-to-back properties on Clay Pit Street. There is an outside toilet block on the left edge followed to the right by numbers running in descending order from number 40. Washing hangs across the street.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 16 - 22 (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th June 1967 View looks along the even numbered side of Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 22 to 16, left to right. A woman stands in the doorway of number 22 and two men stand outside number 18.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 17 - 23 (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image19th June 1967 View looks from Hawkins Place onto back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 17 to 23, left to right. A car is parked outside number 23.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 2 - 6, Oatland Lane no. 151 (Little London) (2 comments)
Black & White image15th June 1967 Back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 6 to 2, left to right. There is a billboard advertising christian aid week on the end of this row, attached to the side wall of number 151 Oatland Lane the front of which can be seen on the right. Oatland Lane was also known as Camp Road at this time.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 24 - 32 (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White image22nd June 1967 Clat Pit Street runs from the left edge of this view. Numbers run from 32 to 26 with 24 on the right which is a former shop E. and E. Thompson's grocers and provisions merchants is on the right edge at number 23 Prosperity Street. This shop may have included number 24 Clay Pit Street.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 25 - 31 (Little London) (6 comments)
Black & White image22nd June 1967 Back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 25 to 31, left to right. Houses are double fronted. Children play in the street.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 27 - 31 (Little London)
Black & White image22nd June 1967 View shows three back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street. Numbers run from 27 to 31, left to right. A Ford Prefect is parked in the street.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 28 - 32 (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White image22nd June 1967 Double fronted back-to-back houses on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 32 to 28, left to right. A woman leans in the doorway of number 32 and a child stands just outside. On the left edge is an outside toilet.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 3 - 7 (Little London) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th June 1967 View shows back-to-back houses on the odd numbered side of Clay Pit Street. Numbers run from 3 to 7, left to right. A group of women and a child can be seen around the doorstep of number 7. An outside toilet block follows on the right edge.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 34 - 38 (Little London)
Black & White image22nd June 1967 Back-to-back properties on the even numbered side of Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 38 to 34, left to right. A group of women and children stand around the entrance to number 34.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 41, 43 (Little London)
Black & White image23rd June 1967 Two back-to-back properties on the end of Clay Pit Street, number 41 on the left, then 43. Houses are double fronted.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 42, 44 (Little London)
Black & White image23rd June 1967 Two back-to-back properties on the even numbered side of Clay Pit Street. Number 44 is on the left with a pram outside. Number 42 follows to the right. View looks from Well close View, this was the area where Little London and Woodhouse merged.
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Clay Pit Street nos. 8 - 14 (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th June 1967 Double fronted back-to-back properties on Clay Pit Street, numbers run from 14 to 8, left to right. A man and woman stand outside number 10 where a motorbike and a scooter are parked. Number 8 on the right is derelict, all the windows have been broken.
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England Bros, Haulage Contractors (Unknown)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Haulage Contractors of Woodhouse, the England brothers. They are pictured with their steam powered wagon loaded with what appears to be stone or bricks. Thomas England is listed on the census for 1911 as a steam wagon driver and haulage contractor. He was born in Adel in 1859 and, at the time of the census he was living at number 26 Clay Pit Street, Camp Road with his wife, Otley born, Mary Ann and their two sons James William, aged 26, a Clothiers Stock Cutter and Frank, aged 19, a milkman, both born in Woodhouse. The Kelly's Directories of Leeds for 1912 and 1913 show that also at this address was Walter England, a shopkeeper. Walter, also born in Adel, is listed on an earlier census as a haulage contractor in Barnsley. When at the Clay Pit Street address he was a shopkeeper. It seems likely that Thomas and Walter England are the two men pictured here. If anyone has any further information about the England Bros please get in touch.
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Hawkins Place, from Duxbury Street (Little London)
Black & White image1970. View of Hawkins Place looking south-east from Duxbury Street, towards Kenealy Street running left to right in the background. Streets crossing Hawkins Place in between are Livinia Street, Prosperity Street, Clay Pit Street, Bristol Road, Well Close Road and Hawkins Street. These streets were part of a designated clearance area and some demolition has already taken place, with a block of houses on the left between Livinia Street and Prosperity Street having been pulled down. This site is now taken up by Carlton View, Carlton Place and Carlton Grove.
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Oatland Lane nos. 145, 149, Clay Pit Street (Little London)
Black & White image19th June 1967 On the left of this view are two commercial properties on Oatland Lane, Karen's hairdressers at number 145. This is followed to the right by E. Metcalf's family butcher at number 149 Clay Pit Street runs to the right edge. At this time Oatland Lane was known locally as Camp Road. A decorative wooden bargeboard can be seen on the gable end.
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Prosperity Street, in process of demolition (Little London)
Black & White image1970. View looking south-west up Prosperity Street which is in the process of demolition. No.5 on the left is still standing as is a block comprising nos.15-21 on the right, but nos.7-13 in the middle have gone leaving a view through to Clay Pit Street. In the foreground a City of Leeds Works Department trailor is positioned where the even-numbered houses on Prosperity Street previously stood, which were back-to-backs with the odd-numbered side of Livinia Street.
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