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Search Aspect ( Bayswater Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

Harehills Road, no.52a (Harehills)
Black & White imageUndated. Image taken sometime between 1918 and 1939 showing William Thompson's Noted Tripe Shop at no.52a Harehills Road. The junction with Bayswater Terrace is on the right. Children can be seen on the corner.
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Roundhay Road, Number 156, Bobby Sweet Centre & Kebab House (Harehills) (6 comments)
Black & White image9th April 1980 Image is taken in Roundhay Road and shows numbers 158 and 156. Number 158 is Bobby Superstore, English and Indian provisions. An advert displayed outside promotes 'Royal's Pure Ghee Sweets'. Next door at Number 156 is Bobby Sweet Centre and Kebab House offering ice cream, cold Drinks, savoury snacks, curry and sandwiches. Homes in Bayswater Terrace can be seen left and Bayswater Row is on the right.
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Roundhay Road, tramway construction (Harehills)
Black & White image24th May 1889. View of tram lines being laid in Roundhay Road, near to the junction with Gathorne Street, seen on the left with the United Methodist Free Church in the background. This tramway would have formed part of the line from Sheepscar to Oakwood, on which the first steam powered trams in Leeds operated from May 1891, and later the first electric tramcars ran on 29th October 1891. Earlier horse drawn trams had been in operation in Leeds since 16th September 1871. The hedge and fence on the left have since been replaced by a row of shops stretching between Spencer Place and Gathorne Street, which can be seen in image no. 2009102_169478. In the distance on the right development is beginning on the Bayswater streets; the first building on the right is the start of the back to back terrace that formed Bayswater Mount to the right and Bayswater Grove to the left. Further along is a terrace that has Bayswater Row on the right hand side and Bayswater Terrace to the left.
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