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16/01/1956. Old Run Road (Hunslet) (18 comments)
Black & White image16th January 1956. Old Run Road looking north towards Moor Road. Engine farm is to the left of the photograph.
[internal reference; 4493:CLIC Run 4]
[2]
Abercorn Place no. 14 (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image2nd September 1964 Image shows a garage on the left with a double width gate allowing access to a yard and further properties. On the right is number 14 a through terraced house. On the lower wall of the house is a cast iron covered cellar grate once used to deliver coal to the coal cellar.
[internal reference; 2003514_70486087:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road, Box 53/1, no. 153]
[3]
Abercorn Place no. 14 (Hunslet)
Black & White image2nd September 1964 Image shows the rear entrance to number 14 Abercorn Place, a through terraced house. Just visible on the left is the one storey structure built to house the outside toilet. A broken chair and childs bicycle are in the yard along with a metal mop bucket and broom. On the right a ladder can be seen hung on the side wall.
[internal reference; 2003514_99428958:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road, Box 53/1, no. 154]
[4]
Abercorn Place, Chester Place (Hunslet)
Black & White image1st September 1964 Image shows Abercorn Place on the left and Chester Place on the right. Here are numbers 9 to 13, back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right, originally built to house the shared outside toilet. A young boy stands on the steps of number 11 while a young girl plays on the pavement with a dolls pram. Clothes hang above the cobbled street on washing lines strung between terraces.
[internal reference; 2003514_6034487:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road, Box 53/1, no. 143]
[5]
Addington Place nos. 1 - 7 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by yards originally built to house the shared outside toilet blocks. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_56852359:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 223]
[6]
Addington Place nos. 10 - 16 (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by yards originally built to house the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_68548221:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 225]
[7]
Addington Place nos. 17 - 23 (Hunslet)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by yards originally built to house the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_88665408:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 227]
[8]
Addington Place nos. 24 - 30 (Hunslet)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the far left built to house the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_47747439:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 228]
[9]
Addington Place nos. 4 - 16 (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows double fronted back-to-back terraced houses separated between numbers 8 and 10 by a yard originally built to house the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_83794803:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 224]
[10]
Addington Place nos. 9 - 15 (Hunslet)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four back-to-back terraced houses flanked by yards originally built to house the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_77865237:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 226]
[11]
Addington Place, Moor Crescent (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image9th March 1959 On the left are four back-to-back terraced houses, numbers 25 to 31 Addington Place with a yard for the outside toilet block on the far right. In the foreground posts step traffic from accessing Moor Crescent. A triangular yard has been built onto the gable end of the building on the far right to house another outside toilet block.
[internal reference; 200378_19221133:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 231]
[12]
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.
[internal reference; 200378_58094424:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 211]
[13]
Addington Street nos. 10 - 16 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by shared outside toilets yards. A bundle is sat on the steps of number 12 while a man exists number 10 on the right. Outside number 10 a car, reg: AWT 229 is parked outside.
[internal reference; 200378_12461489:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 216]
[14]
Addington Street nos. 18 - 24 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by yards originally built to house shared outside toilets. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_29027957:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 219]
[15]
Addington Street nos. 2 - 8 (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows four back-to-back terraced houses flanked by outside toilet blocks. A motorcycle and side car, reg: MUM 746, displaying a Great Britain sticker is parked outside number 6. An A-Frame ladder is loaded onto the side car.
[internal reference; 200378_53098697:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 215]
[16]
Addington Street nos. 21 - 37 (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows through terraced houses each with a ground floor bay window and a private garden surrounded by a short wall and accessed via a gate.
[internal reference; 200378_63198489:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 214]
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Addington Street nos. 25 - 39 (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th February 1959 Image shows through terraced houses each with a ground floor bay window and a private garden surrounded by short walls and accessed through private gates.
[internal reference; 200378_90453738:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 218]
[18]
Addington Street nos. 26 - 32 (Hunslet)
Black & White image9th March 1959 Image shows four back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right for the shared outside toilet block. This area was soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
[internal reference; 200378_84252566:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 230]
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Addington Street nos. 41 - 51 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image27th February 1959 On the left is Back Addington Street, with numbers 41 to 47, four back-to-back terraced houses on the right. Number 49 on the right is a through terrace onto Back Addington Street with number 51, a back-to-back terrace on the far right. Between numbers 47 and 49 is ginnel allowing access to and from Back Addington Street.
[internal reference; 200378_48167056:WYAS Moor Crescent Road, Box 76/3, no. 217]
[20]
Addington Street nos. 47 - 51 (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th December 1958 Image shows back-to-back terraced houses. On the left next to number 47 a small door leads to a ginnel which accesses Back Addington Street and the shared toilets. The small window on the right acts as a vent for the enclosed toilets. On the right are numbers 49 and 51.
[internal reference; 2003529_57868594:WYAS Moor Cresent Road, Box 76/1, no. 83]