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Search Aspect (UPPER WORTLEY ROAD )
Location - Leeds & District

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Ashley Road no 6 (Wortley) (4 comments)
Black & White image2nd August 1961, Number 6 Ashley Road is the cottage with the person holding a child in the doorway. There is a tin bath hanging on the wall. This cottage lay directly behind number 69 Upper Wortley Road, 67 which is adjoining to the right was a through house, but had no entrance from the back. Just on the left edge is an outbuilding numbered 6a. The modern house was situated on Wortley Terrace. A Triumph motorbike is parked in the street.
[internal reference; 2003425_12752932:WYAS Hunslet (Balcombe Street). Box No 54. No 5]
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Bethel Congregational Chapel, Harvest Festival (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Bethel Congregational Chapel on Upper Wortley Road, showing the pulpit decorated for a Harvest Festival. The date is unknown but probably pre-Second World War.
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Bethel Congregational Chapel, World War One Honours Board (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Interior view of the Bethel Congregational Chapel on Upper Wortley Road, showing the Roll of Honour board for those killed in action in the First World War. The date is unknown but probably pre-Second World War.
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Cabbage Hill nos. 12, 13 (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated, Number 12 Cabbage Hill is on the left, adjoining the side of 13 can be seen. The view on the right looks towards Barras Street and Upper Wortley Road. The soil in the Wortley area tended to be heavy clay, not suitable for agriculture. Cabbage Hill is said to be named after the number of cabbages grown in the immediate vicinity. The gardens of the two houses are in view but no cabbages can be seen!
[internal reference; 2003918_60216922:WYAS Upper Wortley Road, Box 118, no. 43]
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Churchill Street (Wortley)
Black & White image26th March 1965 Churchill Street runs from the left edge of this view towards the right looking from Upper Wortley Road. Houses in view are the blind backs of property on Kitson's Square. Billboards advertise 'Peter Pell International Styling' and 'Double Diamond, The Beer The Men Drink'. Included in slum clearance plans for the Wortley area.
[internal reference; 200359_89477176:WYAS (Kitson's Square) Box number 63, Number 1]