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Search Aspect ( Moor View )
Location - Leeds & District

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Baker & Hyman Ltd, Electrical Engineers (Beeston)
Colour image7th March 2008. Image shows the brick built premises of Baker & Hyman Ltd. known as Portland House in Moor View. It stands close to the M621 at the corner of Creskell Road with Moor View, in an area which used to be known locally as 'Mint'. The building was originally the Mint Methodist Chapel dating from 1892. At the time of this image it was for sale.
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Berwick Street nos. 2 - 4 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th September 1964 Image shows two back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the left originally built to house a shared outside toilet. On the right is Moor View Road, the first set of windows in the gable end belong to number 2 Berwick Street while the second set belong to number 1 Dunbar Street. these houses were soon to be demolished and the families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
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Creskell Road, Portland House ( Mint Methodist Chapel ) (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of the former Mint Methodist Chapel at the junction of Creskell Road and Moor View. Dating from 1892, the Chapel seated 350 people until a dwindling congregation forced it to close in 1973. It was later renamed Portland House and became commercial premises, as seen in this view where it is occupied by Baker & Hyman Ltd, electrical engineers. However, a 'For Sale' notice can be seen in front of one of the upper windows. The building on the right is occupied by North Speed.
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Creskell Road, Portland House ( Mint Methodist Chapel ) (Holbeck)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of the former Mint Methodist Chapel at the corner of Creskell Road and Moor View. Built in 1892, it seated 350 people and it's final service was in 1973. It was then renamed Portland House and became commercial premises, at the time of the photograph occupied by Baker & Hyman Ltd, Electrical Engineers, but a 'For Sale' notice is displayed in front of one of the upper windows.
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Dewsbury Road nos. 120 - 136 (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image25th August 1964 Image shows view down Dewsbury Road towards Hunslet Hall Road. On the left of the road are shops and yards. On the far right of the image the clock on the wall of the Police Station is visible, showing the time as 10.20am. Cars are parked by ther curb while people walk along the pavemant past shops selling shoes, books and grocers. On the far left is Moor View Road with W.R. Issott and Sons Licensed betting office on the corner.
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