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Results Found (71), Result Page (1 of 15)
Search Aspect (Hostel )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alexandra Road, Hindu Mandir Temple (Burley) (6 comments)
Colour image23 February 2000. View shows the former Salvation Army Hostel, Spring Grove House, on Alexandra Road, now part of the Leeds Hindu Mandir Temple buildings.
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Beeston Road no. 101 (Beeston) (8 comments)
Black & White image29th October 1963. Image shows Plantation Building (1886) the home of Marsh Jones & Cribb Ltd, painting contractors and electrical engineers. On the far left is a K6 telephone kiosk and the driveway of number 101, two men are stood in the driveway polishing a car, reg: 1346 UM, parked in front of a garage. An advertising hoarding on the gable end of the building promotes Ovaltine, 'The right hot drink to round off the day'. In the window of the shop posters are displayed, one of dogs with the title 'Victims of the Vivisector' produced by the National Anti Vivisection Society. On the shop door specialist 'House & Church' decorators are advertised. The grocers next door at number 103 advertising Lyons cakes, Woodbine cigarette's and Typhoo tea. A car is parked outside on the right. Just off the picture to the left is Shaftesbury House hostel.
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Beeston Road, Shaftesbury House (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image2004. View of Shaftesbury House on Beeston Road, for many years a hostel for the homeless from its opening about 1938 until its final closure in 1998. The building is currently unoccupied.
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Beeston Road, Shaftesbury House (Beeston) (6 comments)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of Shaftesbury House on Beeston Road, which was for many years a hostel providing temporary accommodation for the homeless. Opened on 15th December 1938 by Lord Mayor Ald. R. Winn, it closed in 1998 and has since been unoccupied, with boarded up windows and graffiti on the walls. Cars can be seen parked on the road outside.
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Beeston Road, Shaftesbury House (Beeston)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of Shaftesbury House on Beeston Road, for many years a hostel providing temporary accommodation for the homeless, its opening on 15th December 1938 right up until closure in 1998. The building has since been occupied and became run down, as can be seen from the boarded up windows and graffiti on the walls.
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