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Search Aspect (Shannon Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burrell Terrace, from Shannon Street (York Road) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1932. View of Burrell Terrace seen from the junction with Shannon Street. Terraced houses numbered 1 - 5 are visible. These are back-to-backs with houses on St. Ann's Square which is seen on the far right.
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Cement Trucks, Marsh Lane, Shannon Street (Bank) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated Image shows three cement trucks being filled from cement silos in Marsh Lane, view looking from Shannon Street. The name on the trucks reads 'Earles Cement'.
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Cranberry Street, looking towards York Road (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1938 Cranberry Street is seen on the right, looking towards York Road; Wheat Street is on the left. The buildings in the centre show where partial demolition has already taken place; the rest of the block would soon follow. In the background on the right is the chimney of Shannon Street Mills.
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Elm Street (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated Probably taken between 1935 and 1939. Situated off Elm Street, between Shannon Street and York Road, this is view of Sunderland Place. Building on left is the back of bakehouse premises which front onto Elm Street at numbers 4 and 6. Alfred Clay was the baker. A variety of outbuildings, carts, bed-steads, a mangle and a lorry, can all be seen.
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Gilbert's Steam Bakery, Marsh Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image1920. Image shows Gilbert's Bakery at number 100 Marsh Lane, to the south of the junction with Shannon Street. A group of people, most likely the proprietor, Mrs Mary Elizabeth Gilbert, and bakery workers, are standing outside. Loaves of bread are displayed in the window, and a sign above the premises reads "First Yorkshire Steam Bakery, Established 1879". Playbills for the Empire and Hippodrome theatres are visible behind the group, and one has a date of 26th April 1920.
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