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Search Aspect ( Aston Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aston Road, Highfield Road junction (Bramley) (10 comments)
Black & White image22nd May 1979. View of Aston Road seen from the junction with Highfield Road. On the left is Aston Pharmacy, no.1 Aston Road, then a newsagents/tobacconists at no.3, possibly Gills which is advertised on a billboard above. Another billboard advertises Players cigarettes. A group of children and a dog are gathered outside the shops. Terraced housing goes off to the right.
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Back Aston Road (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, Looking from the corner with Lower Town Street to an old cottage on Back Aston Road. Photo taken in the late 1940s, early 1950s before demolition.
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Back Aston Road, Lower Town Street no. 46a (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, Lower Town Street, seen from the end of Back Aston Road. The back of number 46a Lower Town Street can be seen, this was a shoe repair shop, business of Steve Miller.
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Elswick Terrace no. 6 (Bramley) (2 comments)
Black & White image24th February 1960 A stone built detached house with stone outbuildings numbered 6 Elswick Terrace. It is the living accommodation and business premises of John Dale, Private Coach Hire. A coach bearing the name, John Dale is parked in the yard. Beyond is Back Aston Road. This row of terraced properties front on to Aston Road.
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Lower Town Street, numbers 46a to 54 (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th February 1960 View of a partially demolished parade of shops in Lower Town Street. Only number 54, left and 46a, right are left standing. Large advertising hoardings bridge the gap. Steve Miller, High Class shoe repairs, at number 46a was a long established business dating from 1940 to 1965 at these premises but the original Miller business started in 1886. Steve Miller and his brother Herbert, also a cobbler, were well known local characters and took part in various aspects of community life. The vehicle is parked in Elswick Terrace and the stone building at the left edge is number 58 Lower Town Street, part of a short terrace of back-to-back properties between Stowe's Buildings and Elswick Terrace. A sign on the wall advertises the car park for Bramley Band W.M.C. The car park and the club are accessed via. Elswick Terrace. Adjacent to number 46A is the junction with Back Aston Road, right edge.
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