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Search Aspect ( Ark Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bismark Street (Hunslet)
Black & White image3rd September 1964. Image shows rear gardens and entrances of terraced houses on Bismark Street. A man in a suit wearing a flat cap and glasses is stood in the doorway of the house on the far left looking out onto a grass lawn and bird bath. Separated from the garden of the right by a hedge. The second house along has built a small glass and wood porch with a tiled roof.
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Bismark Street (Hunslet)
Black & White image2nd September 1964. Image shows rear gardens of terraced houses fronting onto Bismark Street. On the right of the second and forth houses from the left can be seen the entrances to ginnels, these give access to the rear gardens from Bismark Street. Stairs lead upto back doors and each home as a lawn. Above the ginnel in the centre is a wall mounted light.
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Bismark Street nos. 1 - 15 (Hunslet)
Black & White image2nd September 1964. The house on the far left is number 1, this property is a back-to-back terraced house, however number 3 and all the other houses in view are through terraces. Number 1 would have been built differently to take advantage of the small space. A large pram waits outside number 5 and further down the street a childs bicycle has been discarded on the curb.
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Bismark Street nos. 1 - 9 (Hunslet)
Black & White image3rd September 1964. Image shows the rear gardens and entrances of through terraced houses on Bismark Street where stairs lead down from back doors to small private garden each housing a washing line of the far right a woman carries a child up some stairs away from trousers hanging on a line on the right. In the foreground can be seen a grassed area surrounded by a wall built of diagonally placed bricks.
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Bismark Street nos. 1 & 3 (Hunslet)
Black & White image2nd September 1964. Image shows the junction of Lady Pit Lane on the left and Bismark Street on the right. On the left is number 59 Lady Pit Lane, a large through terrace with small garden at the front. Number 1 Bismark Street in the centre is a back-to-back terrace while number 3 on the right is a through terrace.
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