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Location - Burmantofts

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Accommodation Place, nos.11, 13, 15 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageUndated This view of Accommodation Place was taken before demolition clearance began in the area, around the mid 1950s. This locality was Newtown, part of the wider Burmantofts area. The three back-to-back houses number 11 on the left, 13 in the middle and 15 on the right.
[internal reference; 200317_77532596:WYAS (Burmantofts) Box no 21/2, no 115]
[2]
Accommodation Place, nos.17-25 (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated The two sides of Accommodation Place formed a triangular shape, with the point towards Green Street and the junction with Pear Street. Between the two rows, a few houses formed another triangle in the centre. This view is looking towards Farrar Street, the numbers begin on the left with 17 then follow to the right in ascending order, 19, 21, 23 and 25 on the end.
[internal reference; 200317_68609256:WYAS (Burmantofts) Box no 21/2, no 114]
[3]
Accommodation Place, nos.1-9 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated This part of Accommodation Place began with the premises of North Leeds Working Mens Club and Institute, numbers 1/3 on the right. Next, moving right are 5, 7 and 9 on the left, where a woman stands in the doorway. This street was to be included in the Burmantofts clearance plan, the precise locality was Newtown, photo taken in the mid 1950s. Green Road was to the right at the junction with Pear Street. The North Leeds W.M.C. faced onto Green Road.
[internal reference; 200317_31185549:WYAS (Burmantofts) Box no 21/2, no 116]
[4]
Accommodation Place, nos.2, 4 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated Accommodation Place, on the left is a derelict house, then number 4, 2 is at the right end. This is the junction with Green Road. Property would be demolished as part of the Burmantofts clearance plan, photo taken in the mid 1950s.
[internal reference; 200317_8617800:WYAS (Burmantofts) Box no 21/2, no 121]
[5]
Accommodation Road and Great Garden Street - looking SW (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Corner of Great Garden Street and Accommodation Road, showing corner shop with wall advertising for Mansion Polish; children playing in street and group of men on doorstep. Property shown belongs to one Clara Sutcliffe.
[internal reference; 86:CLIB Acc 1]
[6]
Accommodation Road no. 77, Pineapple Hotel (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th December 1942. The derelict Pineapple Hotel at number 77 Accommodation Road, taken from Littler Street. The former owner was John Lord Naylor.
[internal reference; 6816:CLIN Acc 2]
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Accommodation Road No.77, Pineapple Hotel (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image15th December 1942. The junction of Accommodation Road and Accommodation Row, showing the derelict Pineapple Hotel at number 77. Torn posters for The Princess and The Picture House cinemas are visible. Blackout stripes are visible on the kerbs and a streetlamp.
[internal reference; 6817:CLIN Acc 1]
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Accommodation Road nos. 96, 98 (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White image26th May 1960, On the left is East Beckett Street, number 98 Accommodation Road is a fresh fish shop, business of J Burton. To the right 98 is a bakers shop. This business was established in 1886, the bakehouse is on the right, at the corner with Melrose Street.
[internal reference; 200319_50356692:WYAS Burns Street Box 22/1 No 50]
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Accommodation Road, 17-23 (Burmantofts) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. 17-23 Accommodation Road, with group of small children to left of picture, standing next to gas lamp. Property shown belongs to C. Rawnsley and B. Hoyle.
[internal reference; 87:CLIB Acc 2]
[10]
Accommodation Road, Nippet Terrace (Burmantofts) (11 comments)
Black & White image27th May 1960, Accommodation Road is on the left, the corner with Leith Street can just be seen. Moving right is the junction with Perth Street, the shop on the corner here was 88 Accommodation Road. In the centre is an off licence, shop number 82 (86 is missing from the sequence). Nippet Terrace is on the right, a congregational chapel can just be seen, which was off Shakespeare Street.
[internal reference; 200319_72983951:WYAS Burns Street Box 22/1 No 70]
[11]
Accommodation Road, no. 82 & 84 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image1963. View of nos. 82 & 84 Accommodation Road in the process of demolition. They were formerly the off-licence and grocers shop kept by Annie and Ronald Walker from 1929 to 1963. They were part of the Burmantofts clearance area.
[internal reference; 2003314_31618899:LEO 18]
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Accommodation Road, no.78, Nippet Street (Burmantofts) (6 comments)
Black & White image2nd June 1960 Accommodation Road is on the left, Nippet Terrace has an off-licence shop on the corner which was number 82 Accommodation Road. Next right is number 78, a greengrocers business run by E. and Harold Ward. This is the corner with Nippet Street, which is on the right.
[internal reference; 2003114_14648074:WYAS (Burns Street) Box no 22/2, no 118A]
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Accommodation Road, nos. 5, 9, 11 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th November 1938. To left, junction with Accommodation Court. View of brick properties both business and residential. Number 3 with men in doorway is J. Dickinson, fruit shop. Number 5, Dr. Maurice Sherwin. Numbers 9 to 11 Sam George Cooper, printer. There is a gap where property has been demolished then Spinners Arms public house, land lady Mrs Clara Pease. A pram is outside the doctors. A poster for Rowntree's Cocoa on the end wall.
[internal reference; 200244_74270267:C LIC Acc (4)]
[14]
Accommodation Road, nos. 82 & 84 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image1963. View of nos. 82 & 84 Accommodation Road in the process of demolition. Formerly the off-licence and grocery shop premises of Ronald and Annie Walker. First road off to the right is Nippet Terrace with Perth Street to the other side of the demolished property.
[internal reference; 2003314_57122439:LEO 19]
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Accommodation Road, nos. 82 and 84 (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image1963. View of nos. 82 and 84 Accommodation Road in the process of demolition. These were formerly the off-licence and grocers shop owned by Ronald and Annie Walker from 1929 to 1963.
[internal reference; 2003314_74750918:LEO 14]
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Accommodation Road, Perth Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image27th May 1960, Accommodation Road is on the left, on the left edge is the corner of Melrose Street, next is Leith Street. The newsagents shop on the corner was 92 Accommodation Road. Moving right a house is number 90, another shop at the corner of Perth Street, is 88. This business has towels etc in the window. Perth Street is on the right, view looking towards Perth Place and the Fertile Streets.
[internal reference; 200319_99819583:WYAS Burns Street Box 22/1 No 69]
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Accommodation Road, St Stephens School (Burmantofts) (18 comments)
Black & White image25th May 1960, View of St Stephens School, this is the side which was on Accommodation Road. The other side faced onto Nippet Lane, this was the junction where the two roads joined. A new tower block of flats and other council housing can be seen, part of the Ebor/Rigton development. A group of men are outside the school.
[internal reference; 200319_12075442:WYAS Burns Street Box 22/1 No 35]
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Accommodation Road, St Stephens School (Burmantofts) (52 comments)
Black & White image25th May 1960, This photo shows St Stephens School from Accommodation Road. The end of Rock Street can be seen on the right. After redevelopment two schools were built to serve this area, Shakespeare Primary and Ebor Gardens Primary.
[internal reference; 200319_44593447:WYAS Burns Street Box 22/1 No 34]
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Accommodation Road,17-23, back of property. (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageUndated. 17-23 Accommodation Road - back of property, looking NE. Picture shows women in doorways, washing on line, dustbins, mangle, and sash windows.
[internal reference; 88:CLIB Acc 3]
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Acorn Street and Great Garden Street looking SW. (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. "Grey" property in Acorn Street, with corner shop, possibly a drapers shop. In the street are women, children, dogs and washing across the street. Housing is back-to-back.
[internal reference; 91:CLIB Acorn 3]