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Search Aspect ( Beeston Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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88a Beeston Road (Beeston) (13 comments)
Black & White image9th July 1964, This house, number 88a is at the rear of numbers 88 and 90 which front on to Beeston Road. It is brick built and double fronted. Obviously a family house, there is a swing in the garden. A barrier made from garden canes separates the play area from the planted area.
[internal reference; 2003313_77738589:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 83]
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Ashfield Grove nos. 1, 3, junction with Charmouth Terrace (Hunslet)
Black & White image10th June 1964 View of Ashfield Grove taken from the junction with Charmouth Terrace looking towards Beeston Road. The shop seen on the left is number 67 Beeston Road and is Doris Stead, ladies outfitter, Doris and Harry Stead lived adjoining the shop at number 1 Ashfield Grove as listed in the Barretts Directory for 1955. Number 3 on the right is a double fronted, back-to-back terraced house with a yard housing outside toilets adjacent to it. Ashfield Terrace can be seen on the far right.
[internal reference; 2003521_72011966:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road (North) , Box 52/2, no. 318]
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Ashfield Grove, junction with Charmouth Terrace (Hunslet)
Black & White image12th June 1964 A view of Ashfield Grove looking from the junction with Charmouth Terrace looking down towards Beeston Road Post Office at number 69 Beeston Road can be seen, far right. On the left of the Post Office down to the corner of Ashfield Grove with Charmouth Terrace is all number 2 Ashfield Grove. It appears on the map to have been made as one property with the Post Office and has possibly been knocked through.
[internal reference; 2003521_73502749:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road (North) , Box 52/2, no. 319]
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Ashley Place (Beeston)
Black & White image21st July 1964, Looking down Ashley Place towards Beeston Road. Far left, the corner of Algeria Street can just be seen, house no 49. The rear of brick built toilet blocks in a yard back onto Ashley Place. Looking across to Broadway Terrace is the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society building. Three small children can be partially seen bottom left.
[internal reference; 2003312_10367983:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 229]
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Ashley Place from the direction of Beeston Road (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image10th July 1964, View of Ashley Place with car in the foreground. The road is paved in stone sets and close by to the left is the Malvern Cinema (not seen). The houses to the right (gable end) are on Brookdale Terrace. Further on left of the centre is a licensed Betting Office and beyond that can be seen the rear of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society Buildings.
[internal reference; 2003314_26494998:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 119]