|||Bagby Road area, off Woodhouse Lane (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Image taken from the site of cleared housing (foreground) adjacent to Bagby Road off Woodhouse Lane. The recently demolished streets were called Back Eldon Street, Eldon Place and Bagby Street (running across the centre). The three terraced properties seen left of centre are numbers 1, 3 and 5 Eldon Mount on Bagby Road. At the rear of these is the Eldon Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and Sunday School. The long brick wall is covered in graffiti and between the two gateposts is the entrance to Ridge House. Towards the left the view looks across to properties in Woodhouse Lane and the light-coloured buildings belong to the University of Leeds.
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|||Bagby Street nos. 11 - 15 (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
View of numbers 11 to 15 Bagby Street. A boy runs along the pavement in front of the houses. Steep steps are visible up to the front doors of the houses with small gardens or yards to the front.
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|||Bagby Street, Woodcock's Greengrocers (Woodhouse) (10 comments)
View looking from number 1 Bagby Street, with a baby in a pram, across to Woodcock's Greengrocers shop. This was on the corner of Bagby Street and St Marks Road.
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|||Bagby Terrace, from St. Mark's Road (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Looking along Bagby Terrace from the junction with St. Mark's Road. Bagby Street is in the background. These back-to-back terraced houses were all to be demolished.
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|||Kingston Road, Bagby Street (Woodhouse)
Image shows the rear yards and entrances to through terraced houses numbers 19 to 23 Bagby Road. Clothes hang on a line stretched across the yard of number 21. On the right is Bagby Street.
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