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Search Aspect ( Bell Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Barker's Place no. 7 entrance to Bell Lane (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th April 1960 A line of washing stretches across the narrow entrance to Bell Lane. The dwelling in the foreground is number 7 Barker's Place. Timber fencing panels lean against a wall beside a sidecar parked in the yard.
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Barker's Place, Stone built, lock up store (Bramley)
Black & White image7th April 1960 This stone building with padlocked wooden doors is situated in Barker's Place at the rear of number 8 Bell Lane. From the late ninetenth century until well into the twentieth century it was used by painter and decorator James Albert Naylor to store his ladders and equipment. Mr Naylor ran his business from 271 Upper Town Street. He specialised in painting Chapels and Churches and was skilled in gilding and stencilling. His work included the Moriah Chapel and the Ebenezer and Wesley Place Chapels. He was also responsible for the original decoration of Armley Public Library, or Free Library as it was then known. The library has recently been refurbished and has celebrated its centenary.
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Bell Lane (Bramley) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View of buildings on Bell Lane, with cars parked on the road in front.
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Bell Lane at the junction with Bellmount Grove nos. 72 - 78 (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th April 1960 View of the junction of Bellmount Grove. A woman can be seen walking along Bell Lane on the left. The stone cottages are from the left, numbers 78, 76 and 74 Bell Lane. A gas street lamp stands at the entrance to Daisy Hill outside number 72 Bell Lane. On the far right number 1 Bellmount Grove can be partially seen.
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Bell Lane No. 28 (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image5th March 1965. Image shows a stone built detached property on Bell Lane. At the rear of the house is a yard with the Cricket Ground beyond. This property is listed as belonging to the owner/occupier Mr.L.Goodwill.
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