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Search Aspect ( All Saints Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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All Saints Avenue, All Saints Terrace (Richmond Hill) (5 comments)
Black & White image29th July 1963 Image shows on the far left a small boy stood at the corner of All Saints Street and All Saints Avenue where the gable end of a row of back-to-back terraced houses are visible, numbers 3 to 7 All Saints Terrace. The houses are split between numbers 4 and 5 by a shared outside toilet yard.
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All Saints Terrace nos. 10 - 13 (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White image29th July 1963 Image shows a row of single fronted back-to-back terraced houses with cellars. A man stands looking out from the doorway of number 11 on the left. The windows of number 13 on the right aer broken and the property appears rundown and derelict. On the far right is the entrance to a row of shared outside toilets.
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All Saints Terrace nos. 7 - 10 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image29th July 1963 Image shows a row of single fronted back-to-back terraced houses with cellars. Above each doorway and window a decorstive brick is displayed and in all of the steps a vertilation brick is visible. A childs toy pram is outside number 8.
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No 14 All Saints Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image5th October 1966, Image shows no 14 All Saints Terrace taken from Pottery Yard at the side, visible above the side door is a large door bell while a dustbin sits outside. A small white van with a roof rack, reg BWU 304B is parked outside while on the left a white flat bed truck is visible.
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No 14 All Saints Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image5th October 1966, Image shows the junction of Pottery Yard, on the left. Cross Aysgarth Mount on the right and All Saints Terrace where the photographer is stood. A sign on the wall of the house advertises Hainsworth & Thackray, Property Repairs, cupboards, built in furniture, flush doors, pelmets etc. Just visible on the house wall is an old painted sign advertising oil and petrol. Just seen on the right is Aysgarth Mount.
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