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(The) Nookin, nos. 1 - 7, nr junction of Barwick Road and the Ring Road (Seacroft) (7 comments)
Black & White image11th March 1964 View of The Nookin, a row of old red brick terraced cottages numbering from left to right, 7 - 1 and seen from the direction of Barwick Road. They are situated close to the roundabout on the ring road at the junction with Barwick Road. These cottages were owned at the time of the photograph by Messrs Mawson & Walton.
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(The) Nookin, nos. 1 - 7, nr Junction of Barwick Road and the Ring Road (Seacroft)
Black & White image11th March 1964 Rear view of numbers 1 to 7, The Nookin is situated close to the roundabout at the junction of Barwick Road with the Ring Road. There are no windows at the rear and the entrance has been bricked up. Old stonework is visible along with old brick work. At the time of the image the cottages were in the ownership of Mawson and Walton.
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88a Beeston Road (Beeston) (14 comments)
Black & White image9th July 1964, This house, number 88a is at the rear of numbers 88 and 90 which front on to Beeston Road. It is brick built and double fronted. Obviously a family house, there is a swing in the garden. A barrier made from garden canes separates the play area from the planted area.
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9 Farrer Lane, Oulton (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the west side of number 9 Farrer Lane, one of the earliest surviving buildings in Oulton and dating from the 16th century, or earlier. The building is Grade 2 listed, and is constructed from a timber frame encased in sandstone and brick.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image3rd June 1953. Looking north past Norman Mount are three rows of brick built terrace houses. On either corner of De Lacy Mount are grocers shops, both of which have advertising hoardings. The nearest has a large Players cigarette and a Macintosh sweet sign. The other has a M & D (Meredith & Drew) biscuit hoarding as well as a Brooke Bond tea advert on the window. Tram lines run along the road and the electric cables are suspended on iron poles standing on the pavement. Electric streetlamps are just visible on the far left. A car is parked at the nearside kerb.
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