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"Butch & Mates" in front of properties in Servia Hill (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970. Image, entitled "Butch and Mates", shows a group of children of varying ages pictured as they play out on an area of cleared land in front of rows of terraced houses located in Servia Hill. They have lit a small "camp fire" which is blazing away behind them.
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Aberford Road, horse and cart (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Aberford Road taken circa 1900 showing a woman and young boy beside a costermongers horse drawn cart. Rows of terraced houses with a gentlemans country estate beyond the solitary tree.
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Aerial View looking West (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View of outskirts of city centre terraced housing on way out to Holbeck. Red iron cupola from former clothing factory on Great George Street is visble on right.
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Alexandra Road, Hindu Temple (Hyde Park)
Colour image23rd February 2000 View shows white stone building housing the Hindu Charitable Trust Community Centre and Hindu Temple at number 36. On the right is red brick terraced housing.
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Alpha Grove nos. 1 - 9, from junction with Mario Street (Hunslet)
Black & White image29th May 1964 View of terraced housing in Alpha Grove, numbering, from left to right, 1 to 9. Mario Street can be seen in the foreground, and there is a glimpse of Alpha Street. The Silver Cross Engineering Works and a Billiard Hall were located in Alpha Street. The door in the gable end, right belongs to number 20 Mario Street.
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Anchor Street, nos. 26-40 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th June 1964. View shows back-to-back terraced housing on the north-east side of Anchor Street. The window and gate of no. 40 are on the left, the first doorway is no. 38 then numbers follow on in descending order to number 26 on the right.
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Anchor Street, nos. 38 - 50 (Hunslet)
Black & White image24th June 1964. View of back-to-back terraced housing on the north-east side of Anchor Street. No. 38 is on the right, followed by no. 40, then numbers in ascending order to no. 50 on the left. A woman is sitting in the doorway of no. 42 and three young children are playing in the street.
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Apple Street, from Great Garden Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1932. View of terraced houses on Apple Street, seen from the junction with Great Garden Street. Numbers run in descending order from 42 on the left. The street runs towards York Road, off the picture to the right. The houses were demolished around the late 1930s.
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Apple Street, looking north (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Apple Street looking north from the York Road end towards Great Garden Street. Terraced houses are on both sides of the road with a sunken footpath on the left. The street was demolished in the 1930s.
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Apple Street, nos. 16 - 20 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1932. View shows terraced houses on Apple Street, situated to the north of York Road. This is the eastern side showing numbers running from 24 on the left to 16 on the right. These houses were demolished during the late 1930s.
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Armley Grove Place, nos.48-50 (Armley) (5 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1983. View of terraced housing on Armley Grove Place showing no.48 (right) and 50 (left). The houses, which form back-to-backs with Fitzarthur Street, have small front yards, with a washing line covering that of no.50. They were shortly to be demolished.
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Armley Grove Place, showing demolished and soon-to-be-demolished streets (Armley) (3 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1983. View from Armley Grove Place showing in the foreground a cleared area where terraced housing has recently been demolished and in the background further rows of housing which are due to be demolished shortly. These are, from left, Fitzarthur Street, Fearnley Street, Gledhow Street and Simpson Street. Middle Cross Street runs across in front of them.
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Arundel Street and Gledhow Road, terraced housing (Harehills) (5 comments)
Black & White image27th September 1915. A group of children pose for the camera in front of an outside toilet block at the end of a row of terraced housing, while more rows of housing are seen on either side. Arundel Street is to the left while Gledhow Road is on the right. An advert for J.F. Allanson, undertaker and funeral furnisher, of 118 Roundhay Road, showing a horse-drawn funeral carriage, is seen on the wall of the toilet block. Washing lines are hung across the streets at both sides.
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Arundel Terrace, nos.1-9 (Cross Gates) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View of Arundel Terrace, a short row of terraced housing at the back of Beulah Terrace. These brick-built houses are numbered 1-9 from left.
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Ash Grove, from Brudenell Road (Hyde Park) (8 comments)
Black & White imagec1970s. Early 1970s photograph of Ash Grove, seen from Brudenell Road. Terraced housing on the east side of the road can be seen.
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Ashley Road Methodist Church (Harehills) (12 comments)
Black & White image15th May 1984. Image shows the former Ashley Road Methodist Church which had been recently used as a furniture warehouse. The damage is thought to have been caused by a fire and the building had to be demolished. Members of the church had moved to a newer building, off camera, right, at the corner with Ashton Mount, several years before. This view is taken from Darfield Crescent and shows back-to-back terraced housing. Just behind the car on the left, Ashton Mount cuts across Darfield Crescent. Ashley Road Methodist Church dates from 1906 and was built to seat 400 persons at a cost of £3000.
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Ashley Road, Darfield Crescent junction (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White image20th September 1984. Looking from Darfield Crescent onto Ashley Road and showing junctions with Florence Street on the left and Scarth Avenue on the right. In the centre is DJ's greengrocers and off licence at no 2 Florence Street and Diamond Taxis at 1 Scarth Avenue. In the foreground, cars are parked in a parking area at the side of a warehouse. Terraced housing can be seen, and several people are in the picture.
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Ashley Road, Darfield Crescent junction (Harehills)
Black & White image20th September 1984. View looking along Ashley Road, showing the junction with Darfield Crescent on the the left. Further along is the junction with Ashton Mount. On the right, there is a fish and chip shop by the junction with Scarth Avenue. The building in the centre is a warehouse, and terraced housing on Darfield Crescent can be seen, several cars are in the picture.
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Ashley Road, Florence Street junction (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White image20th September 1984. Looking from Florence Street to the junction with Ashley Road, and beyond to terraced housing on Darfield Crescent. No.2 Florence Street, at the corner on the left, is DJ's greengrocers and off licence. Two women are walking with children on the right of the picture and there are several cars in view.
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Ashley Road, Florence Street junction (Harehills)
Black & White image20th September 1984. View of the junction of Ashley Road and Florence Street, seen from Darfield Crescent. In the foreground, cars are parked in a parking area by the side of a warehouse. Terraced housing on Florence Street can be seen; on the corner, no.1 Plant's Fruit and Veg is boarded up. To the left of the picture is Florence Avenue.
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