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Search Aspect ( Albany Street )
Location - Leeds & District

Can You Help? - Whingate Road area (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Photograph shows two small boys, Martin Bridge aged about 3 and Robert Bridge (who supplied the image) aged about 2, possibly taken on the corner of Whingate Road and Albany Street, but it may have been one of the other streets in that area. Can anyone confirm this?
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Tong Road, looking west (Wortley) (5 comments)
Black & White image25th November 1980. Looking west along Tong Road. On the left is the West Yorkshire County Council servicing and repair depot, with the Esso petrol station further along. On the right is the junction with Albany Street, with the house at the end being no. 25 Albany Street. The white-fronted building in the distance is the New Inn public house.
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Tong Road, tram no.585 (Wortley) (3 comments)
Black & White image16th July 1956. View of tram no.585 outside the New Inn public house on Tong Road, the tramway terminus for Wortley. One of 90 Felthams which came to Leeds from London, it is here about to turn around to make the journey to Halton on route 20. Houses on Albany Street can be seen in the background on the right.
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Whingate Terrace looking towards Albany Street (Armley) (9 comments)
Black & White image1969. This is one of a whole series of pictures taken in 1969 by photographer, Eric Jaquier. It shows an elderly couple walking towards the cameraman who is standing in Whingate Terrace facing west. The large building in the background is the Church of Ascension, located in Albany Street, near the junction with Tong Road. Whingate Terrace cuts between rows of terraced streets of back-to-back housing. In the foreground, right, the brick wall is at the end of Sulton Street. The advertising painted on the wall may refer to painter and decorator, Albert Munton of 65 Gamble Lane, Pudsey. Moving further back on the right we see Shaftesbury Street, Eastern Street, Harrow Street, and Barden Street. On the left, from the foreground, the junctions with Shaftesbury Street, Eastern Street, Harrow Street, Barden Street, Addingham Street and Tadcaster Street are visible. These streets are located between Whingate Road and Tong Road.
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