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Search Aspect (DEWSBURY ROAD )
Location - Leeds & District

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Addington Street nos. 1 - 7 (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th February 1959 On the far left is number 117 Dewsbury Road, the Kings Arms beer house, on the side wall a poster advertising 'Double Diamond Works Wonders'. Two children walk past number 1 Addington Street, this property is connected to the pub and probably the landlords residence. On the right are number 3 and 5, two back-to-back terraced houses with a yard housing outside toilets on the right. Number 7 on the right is a detached building home to the right is a detached building home to the Fletcher Bros Leeds Ltd, patternmakers. On the right is a road accessing Pemberton Terrace and Back Addington Street.
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Addington Street, Dewsbury Road (Hunslet) (5 comments)
Black & White image28th November 1958 On the left a wooden cart loaded with ladders stands in Addington Street. On the corner is number 119 Dewsbury Road, the H. Moorin and Son butcher using a large set of scales. Cuts of meat are visible in the window. On the right at number 121 is the M. Kirby run Marie ladies hairdresser. Here is Addington Place with the T. Ward pork butchers at number 123 Dewsbury Road. A motorcycle is parked on the left while women look in the front window. Overhead cables and tram lines are visible on Dewsbury Road.
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Addington Street, Dewsbury Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows closed double doors with a yard behind. Barbed wire prevents entry from over the high wall and on the far right is a door. This yard is at the rear of the H. Moorin and Son Butchers Shop, 119 Dewsbury Road visible on the right.
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Admiral Street nos. 1 - 13 (Hunslet)
Black & White image12th March 1959 On the far left is number 129 dewsbury Road the Eric A Butterfield grocery. A car and two people are parked outside the shop. Numbers 1 to 11 Admiral Street on the left are back-to-back terraced houses while number 13 on the right is a through terrace. On the far right is a yard housing the shared outside toilet block.
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Admiral Street nos. 6 - 8 (Hunslet)
Black & White image31st December 1958 The white building on the left is number 8, the Davy Machine Co fish fryers engineers. In the window on the left has been etched the logo of an M inside a D while the windows on the right display the Triumph logo. A car, reg: MWY 666 is parked on the right is number 6 the Maple Clothing Co blouse factory, a sign hangs over the office entrance. In the distance can be seen Dewsbury Road.
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Admiral Street, Dewsbury Road (Hunslet) (12 comments)
Black & White image28th November 1958 The image shows a car reg: TYG 50 is parked at the end of Admiral Street. On the right at number 129a Dewsbury Road is Leslie M. Page, Opthalmic Optician with the opening times advertised on the door. At number 131 is a laundrette is the Maple Clothing Co. Ltd blouse factory. At the end of the road is the Junction Hotel and visible in the distance is the spire of St Peter's Church.
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Aerial view of the Old Tingley roundabout to Woodkirk (Tingley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the Old Tingley Roundabout to Woodkirk. Tingley Roundabout is seen in the top left hand corner. The Wakefield/Bradford Road runs along the left edge. Dewsbury Road crosses diagonally from top left to bottom right. As it leaves the roundabout there is a row of substantial houses before the junction with Hesketh Lane which runs diagonally towards the top edge where it meets Westerton Road. Syke Road then runs from Westerton Road down to Dewsbury Road. These four roads form a square, right of centre. Part of this square is Upper Green. Baghill Road and Baghill are in the centre of the right edge. Towards the bottom edge Woodkirk Beck crosses the railway line and Dewsbury Road. Rein Road runs from the bottom left hand corner to join Dewsbury Road. The area along Dewsbury Road from the junction where Rein Road meets Syke Lane is a miniature golf course. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Aerial view of Tingley Roundabout looking towards Morley (Tingley) (4 comments)
Black & White image1966. Aerial view of Tingley Roundabout looking towards Morley. From top to bottom is Bradford Road and from left to right, Dewsbury Road. The New White Bear public house is visible to the left of the roundabout. Above the the roundabout on the left side of Bradford Road is Tingley Working Mens' Club and Institute and the Bowling Green. The Lodge of Tingley Hall can be seen just below the roundabout. To the right of the roundabout is a set of buildings that were the premises of Bill Bailey's garage. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Aerial view over Woodkirk. (West Ardsley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1950s. Aerial view over Woodkirk in the 1950s. In the bottom lefthand corner the tower of St. Mary's Church is visible and just above is St. Mary's Church Vicarage. In the centre of the bottom is St. Mary's Church Sunday School, and to the right of it a house called Hillside. Dewsbury Road cuts across from left to right. The road upwards leads to Woodkirk Station. The railway line, with the level crossing, can be seen running from left to right towards the top. At the junction of the two roads is The Cardigan Arms, demolished in the 1970s for road widening. Railway House is visible above the field of farm animals on the left. Cardigan Farm is immediately behind the Cardigan Arms. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Aerial View, Dewsbury Road (Beeston) (75 comments)
Black & White image1963 Dewsbury Road begins here on the bottom left edge and curves round to the top right corner. The railway line can be seen to the left of the houses and flats which have just been built. These were to be named Parkwood Road. On the right, South Leeds Golf Course, with the Middleton/Beeston section of the Ring Road and Dewsbury Road came together at Tommy Wass's a large public house.
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Aerial View, Dewsbury Road, Crescent Cinema (Beeston) (31 comments)
Black & White image1963 Aerial view of Dewsbury Road which runs across the foreground at an angle from the bottom left corner to the centre of the right edge. The Crescent Cinema is at the corner of Dewsbury Road and Parkside Lane in the bottom left corner. The cinema opened in 1921 and closed in 1968 and was used as a bingo hall. Parkside Lane was formerly a path leading to allotments. The rows of terrace houses are the Woodviews.
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Aerial View, Dewsbury Road, Parkwood Estate (Beeston) (11 comments)
Black & White image1963 Aerial view of Beeston, Dewsbury Road runs from left to right across the centre, with the Ring Road branching off into the top right corner. In the centre, new housing development is the Parkwood estate, with South Leeds Golf course around it. The open land in the top left corner is now the site of the White Rose Shopping Centre.
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Alf Cooke's Printing Works, Hunslet Road (Hunslet) (11 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the former Alf Cooke's Crown Point Printing Works on Hunslet Road, a Grade II listed building here occupied by Bemrose Cartons. Alf Cooke, born near Dewsbury Road in 1842, opened his first business on Hunslet Road in 1866, selling stationery and newspapers and doing letterpress printing. He later moved to larger premises on the east side of the road, but after a fire there moved to this site on the west side in 1881. Alf Cooke became Mayor of Leeds in 1890 but suffered another setback when his latest factory also burnt down, in 1894. However, this led to the building of the present factory on the same site, this time to the designs of architect Thomas Ambler, which was claimed to be the largest and most completely fitted printing works in the world. Alf Cooke died in 1902 but his business continued to expand until being taken over by the Bemrose Group, and later MY Cartons, who announced the closure of the factory in 2005.
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Allenby Estate Plan (Beeston) (3 comments)
Black & White image21st February 1936. Built off Dewsbury Road, plan for council.
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Almond Street, Dewsbury Road (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image12th March 1959 On the left are numbers 2 to 38 Almond Street, a row of back-to-back terraces. At number 127 Dewsbury Road is the corner shop on the right, a remnants shop with woollen and worsted products derect from the mill. Two people walk a dog along Dewsbury Road towards other shops including at 129a, Leslie M Page Opthalmic Optician and the Maple Clothing Co Ltd.
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Alpha Street at the junction with Cross Alpha Street (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image26th May 1964 Looking down Alpha Street towards Dewsbury Road (left). A typical corner shop, H. Moores greengrocers and grocers, is at number 17 on the corner with Cross Alpha Street. A Leeds Co-op Butchers van is delivering in the street. The scales are just visible in the rear window and the butcher can be seen in his white coat. Far right are the houses in Back Mario Street.
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Alpha Street no. 4, Norman Sanderson Metal Refiner (Hunslet)
Black & White image28th May 1964 View of number 4 Alpha Street, Norman Sanderson, Metal refiners and merchants, taken from the juction with Cross Alpha Street. The workers are taking a break and sitting outside with their pots of tea on this afternoon in May. Far right is the junction with Dewsbury Road.
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Arnold, E. J., Old Headquarters, Leathley Road (Hunslet)
Colour imageUndated. View from Costco's car park across Leathley Road to the rear of the old headquarters of E. J. Arnold, suppliers of registers, books and exercise books to the education establishments of Leeds. The firm has had a long association with Leeds since it moved here from Devon in 1870. The company strengthened and grew with the implications of the various Education Acts. The School Boards appointed Attendance Officers in 1880 which significantly boosted the consistency of school attendance, and therefore the need for E. J Arnold's products. Then, the Education Act of 1902 replaced the old School Boards with Local Education Authorities with more purchasing power, which extended nationwide. It became necessary to take on extra staff, and by May 1962 there were 1000 employees. George Arnold, the son of the founder, became Lord Mayor of Leeds from 1916 to 1917, and Pro-Chancellor of Leeds University from 1921 to 1926. Many of the printing workforce at E. J. Arnold's were relocated to the new Dewsbury Road 'Broadway' printing factory in 1961, just below the Broadway public house. They were to move again, eventually, to Hunslet Parkside.
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Back Green Terrace nos. 1 - 3 (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th August 1964 Image shows three back-to-back terraced houses with a variety of cars parked outside. On the right is the rear garden of number 210 a through terrace fronting onto Dewsbury Road.
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Bantam Grove Mill, dam (Morley) (1 comment)
Colour imageJanuary 1965. A group of boys playing on the frozen mill dam at Bantam Grove Mills. This mill was the last one to be built along Owlers Beck before it joined up with Topcliffe Beck by the side of the A653 Leeds-Dewsbury Road. The houses on the horizon are at Middleton. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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