|||Armley Jail from Oak Road (Wortley)
View form Oak Road with Armley Jail in the background. In the middleground Oak Road recreation ground can be seen and, between the recreation and the prison, properties in Gloucester Terrace are visible, left.
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|||Beanfort Place, nos. 95 - 99 (Wortley)
|20th June 1961,
Three houses on Beanfort Place, numbers 95 to 99 left to right. These houses went through to Oak Road. The back entrances to other properties on Oak Road can be seen to the right. Included in slum clearace plans for the Wortley area.
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|||Bruce Street (Wortley) (2 comments)
|14th July 1961,
View of properties on Bruce Street looking in the direction of Oak Road and Hall Lane. These houses went through to Ducie Street, numbers run to the right in ascending order from number 97 on the left. The road widens to the right. Included in demolition and redevelopment plans for the Holdforth Street area.
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|||Canal Street no.36 (Wortley) (2 comments)
|17th May 1961.
View shows the Oak Hotel at number 36 Canal Street, a Magnet Ales owned public house with James Wilkinson as the landlord. Oak Road is on the left with Croton Place running to the right edge.
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|||Ealing Place (Wortley)
|2nd June 1961.
Industrial premises on the end of Ealing Place, now apparently disused. Across the wall to the right is part of the premises of Bocock, Hare and Allen and Co, at 73a Oak Road.
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