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Search Aspect ( Bayswater Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bayswater Road nos. 2, 4, 6 and Roundhay Road (Harehills)
Black & White image7th September 1936 On the left is Bayswater Road, number 6 is Alfred Hunt newsagent. Moving right, number 4 branch of Jackson's Tailors, number 2 a hairdresser Albert Edward Prest. The numbering now changes to Roundhay Road. Number 114 is Butlers cycle and radio shop (owners H and H Wilbert), next number 112 is Roland Usher, sweets, number 110 Arthur Winterbottom chemist. Number 108 is a drapers shop, Miss Celia Stonefield. A poster for Palethorpe's sausage can be seen.
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Bayswater Road, Arundel Mount and Arundel Street (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White image27th September 1915. This photo of the Bayswater Road area had been given the title 'Arundel Place' by Leeds City Engineers but this location does not seem to fit in with any maps and it would appear more likely to be showing Arundel Mount on the left and Arundel Street on the right, looking in the direction of Bayswater Road. A group of children pose for the camera in front of an outside toilet block at the end of a row of terraced housing, while more rows of housing are seen on either side. An advert for J.F. Allanson, undertaker and funeral furnisher, of 118 Roundhay Road, showing a horse-drawn funeral carriage, is seen on the wall of the toilet block. Washing lines are hung across the streets at both sides.
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Bexley Road, junction with Bayswater Road (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1976-81. View looking along Bexley Road showing junctions with (from left) Bayswater Road, Bexley Terrace and Bexley Grove. Corner shops are seen at the ends of the rows of terraced housing, including B & N Stores at no.21 Bexley Road in the foreground. A chimney from St. James's Hospital is seen in the background.
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Roundhay Road nos. 110, 112, 114 and Bayswater Road (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th September 1936 Bayswater Road is to the left. Number 8 premises of James Coombes and Co, boot and shoe repairs. Moving right, number 6 Alfred Hunt, newsagent. Number 4, branch of Jackson's Tailors. Next, at number 2 Albert Edward Prest, hairdresser. Numbering now changes to Roundhay Road, number 114, Butler's cycle and radio dealers (owners H and H Wilbert). Then number 112 Roland Usher, sweet shop, last, 110 Arthur Winterbottom chemist. Large poster for Palethorpes sausages over the cycle shop.
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Roundhay Road, No.116 (Chapeltown)
Black & White image31st July 1980 View of Moss's Carpet Warehouse at No.116 Roundhay Road and Bayswater Road, the latter road in the foreground of the picture. A row of terraced houses on Spencer Place can be seen going off to the left.
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