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Brandon Terrace, from Slaid Hill (Shadwell) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Brandon Terrace off Slaid Hill. The house on the end, with a large sign advertising Teas, is the business of C. Turner, grocer.
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Brandon Villa (Shadwell)
Black & White imageUndated. Brandon Villa was one of the first houses to be built on a piece of land formerly known as Old Wigtons. The four and a half acre site is triangular in shape and is situated between Main Street and Holywell Lane. In 1864 the land was divided into 20 lots and sold. Brandon Villa was originally named Brandon Cottage until the name was changed when it became the property of gentleman, Harvey Taylor. On the reverse side of th photograph the name of Fredk. W. Rhodes, Architect and Surveyor of Upper Wortley, near Leeds is stamped. In 1961 part of the grounds were sold to build modern housing. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Brass band in Main Street (Shadwell)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a uniformed brass band of young boys led by the bandleader. They are pictured in Main Street and are followed by children and adults in 'Sunday Best'. This is likely to be a church parade and in the background, left, Brandon Villa is visible. Prior to the 20th century Main Street was known as Shadwell Lane or Shadwell Road. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Chapel Hill (Shadwell)
Black & White image1908. Old postcard view of Chapel Hill. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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Colliers Lane, playing fields (Shadwell)
Black & White image29th August 1951. View shows a set of goalposts on the playing fields at Colliers Lane. A telephone pole can be seen poking through the trees on the right.
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