|||Abbott Street, Armley Road (Armley) (4 comments)
|1st February 1968
View of Grocers between Abbott Street and Abbott Road facing Armley Road, the shop sells cigarettes, sweets, frozen food, nylon and haberdashery.
Famous brands advertised include Walls, Golden Virginia, and Birds Eye. Advertisements on the Abbott Street side of the building include extra cephos for a 'headache and a half' and cadets. In front of the shop a van is parked with a man walking past in overalls. The van REG is RGC 9G3.
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|||Abbott Street, Armley Road (Armley) (5 comments)
|2nd February 1968
Building on the far left is the Marsden Excelsior Ltd sheet metal works. The shed on the far right of the gable end is the Castleton Post office and chemist, advertising national health service prescriptions dispensed here. The shop on the the right is the D & M Darbishire Newsagents outside are advertised the Sunday people and the People Newspaper. Advertised above the shop is Dettol antiseptic and Cardinal Liquid polish.
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|||Abercorn Terrace, Armley Terrace no 122 (Armley) (1 comment)
|3rd March 1964,
Abercorn Terrace is on the left at the corner with Armley Road is a licensed betting office, one of many in Leeds which belonged to Jim Windsor. This was number 122 Armley Road. A poster advertises eggs 'Fresh From the Farm'.
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|||Albion Inn (Armley) (9 comments)
|9th November 1999,
View of Albion Road looking from junction of Armley Road with Brunel Street.
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|||Armley Prison, Gloucester Terrace, Armley Road (Armley) (3 comments)
A postcard showing a prisoner standing on one of the castellated towers of the Victorian Armley Prison. The picture was taken from the wall at the side of 'A Wing' after the extension had reached completion. In the foreground a group of young men are sitting astride a wall observing the events.
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