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Search Aspect ( Lower Carr Place )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Lower Carr Place (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th November 1952. Premises of H. Stockwell, furniture dealer. Buildings are derelict.
[internal reference; 2388:CLIP Stockwell 5]
[2]
Lower Carr Place nos. 28 - 30 (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated, Old cottages in Lower Carr Place, off Balm Road. Number 30 is in the corner, at an angle to the brick building. Next, to the right is 29, 28 is partly in view on the right edge.
[internal reference; 2004126_86075992:WYAS Lower Carr Place (Hunslet) Box 360, no. 2]
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Lower Carr Place nos. 28 - 30 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Row of cottages on Lower Carr Place, number 28 is on the left, 29 in the centre and 30 on the right.
[internal reference; 2004126_95875186:WYAS Lower Carr Place (Hunslet) Box 360, no. ]
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Lower Carr Place, 1-3 and 8 Balm Road, nos. 64, 66 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd April 1959, View of Lower Carr Place at the corner with Balm Road. On the left edge houses on Royal Terrace are just visible. Moving right the property on view is 8 Lower Carr Place, an undertakers owned by Percy R Wood. To the side of this is Green's Fold. Continuing right there is a row of 3 properties, number 3 Lower Carr Place to the left with number 1 on the right end. In the centre, number 22 is Clapham's Snack Bar, business of Miss Ethel Guy. Next to this there are 2 shops, Sefton Nurseries, to the left is number 66 Balm Road, selling gardening supplies and green groceries with Mavis modern hair stylist offering perms for 17/6 to the right. This is number 64 Balm Road. On the right edge a yard for Wright and Summerhill Ltd sheet metal engineers can be seen. This business had an office at number 5 Royal Road.
[internal reference; 2003220_11704653:WYAS (Balm Road) Box No 10, No 26]
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Lower Carr Place, Green's Fold (Hunslet)
Black & White image26th November 1952. Derelict premises of H. Stockwell, furniture dealer.
[internal reference; 2390:CLIP Stockwell 6]