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Search Aspect ( Ascot Street )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Ascot Street no.25-39 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image20th October 1966. Image shows a row of double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with private gardens and dormer windows. Washing lines extend from the houses across the garden.
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[2]
Ascot Street no.34-40 (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image20th October 1966. Image shows back-to-back terraced houses with Cross Ascot Street on the left and a yard on the right originally built to house the shared outside toilet and midden, now falling down. The arch's at pavement level show where the basement windows were before road improvements raised the height of the street and blocked them off.
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[3]
Ascot Street no.s 10-14 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image19th October 1966. Image shows three double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right originally built to house a shared toilet and midden.
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[4]
Ascot Street no.s 14-16 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image20th October 1966. Image shows two double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with glazed windows. On the left is a yard originally built to house the shared toilet and midden. Two archways at pavement level between the doors show where the basement windows were before road improvements raised the height of the street and pavement, blocking them off. A washing line hangs across the window of number 14.
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Ascot Street no.s 1-7 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image19th October 1966. Image shows four run down, unoccupied terraced houses with the Revell family butchers on the left, and on the right is a yard originally built to house a shared toilet and midden.
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