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Location - Little Woodhouse

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Hanover Crescent nos. 7 - 10 (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Looknig along the gardens and path in front of 7 to 10 Hanover Crescent. This view is from Hanover Lane to Hanover Street. At roof level an ornamental feature is visible.
[internal reference; 2004213_81635684:WYAS Hampton Street, Box 338, no. 15]
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Hanover Crescent numbers. 1 - 6 and showing numbers 14 and 16 Hanover Street (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Hanover Crescent looped between Hanover Lane and Hanover Street. The building on the left faced onto Hanover Street and is numbered 14. Adjacent to it, and tucked into the corner is number 16 Hanover Street. On an O.S. map dated 1952 number 14 Hanover Street is also marked as number 6 Hanover Crescent and number 16 is marked as number 5 Hanover Crescent. Moving right are numbers 4, 3, 2 and 1 Hanover Crescent. Number 1 has the street sign above the door.
[internal reference; 2004213_1134890:WYAS Hampton Street, Box 338, no. 14]
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Hanover Lane (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated, Hanover Lane, rear entrance to Hanover Garage which had the entrance on Hanover Street between numbers 12/14.
[internal reference; 20031126_30714053:WYAS Park Lane, Box 88, no. 7]
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Hanover Lane (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated, View of entrance to sheet metal business at number 1 Hanover Lane, owned by B. Garrett and Sons. The boundary fence seen through the yard was at the junction of Park Lane and Hanover Street.
[internal reference; 20031126_79264468:WYAS Park Lane, Box 88, no. 11]
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Hanover Lane (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated, On the right of the image is a warehouse building on Hanover Lane housing a variety of businesses including R.A. Hanson & Co on the left and on the right J. Blakely & Co Ltd, stationary, printing and typewriters. The large building visible behind this is Joseph's Well, once a huge clothing factory closed in the 1960s and later redeveloped into offices for multiple businesses.
[internal reference; 2004128_5926150:LC/Eng. Blue Box 5. no.Misc 14/2]