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Search Aspect ( Berking Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Berking Avenue, looking south-east (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image30th December 1965. Looking south-east along Berking Avenue, off York Road. On the left is the junction with Berking Place, with a sign pointing towards the entrance to Taylor and Watkinson's printers' Leeds manufacturers, established in 1890. Further along is a sign for BCF Transport Co. td., steel transportation company. Berking Avenue becomes Devon Place as it bears left in the background, with terrace housing on Devon Street and Ascot Street leading off to the right. Cars are parked at the side of the road in the foreground.
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Berking Place, Berking Avenue (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image4th July 1963. On the left of this image is the Hardy's Motor Radiators Ltd. On the right a sign points to the Berking Place entrance to the Taylor and Watkinson Belgrave Foundry (est.1890) as a printer's leads manufacturer. On the right is Berking Avenue.
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Berking Place, Temple View Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image23rd July 1963. On the left of the image are numbers 6 to 14 Berking Place, a row of back-to-back terraced houses split between numbers 6 & 8 by a shared outside toilet block. Two coach-built prams sit outside numbers 8 & 10 while clothes hang on a line stretched across the street in the foreground. On the right are numbers 15 & 17 Temple View Road.
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Berking Place, Temple View Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image24th July 1963. On the far left is a building used as a club, with a shared outside toilet and numbers 1 to 3 Berking Place, two back-to-back terraced houses, on the right. On the far right are numbers 12 to 14 Temple View Road
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Chantrell Street, Berking Place (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image24th July 1963. Chantrell Street is on the left of this image with numbers 6 to 14 Berking Place on the right. This row of back-to-back terraced houses are split between numbers 6 & 8 by a shared outside toilet block. Advertisements at the corner of the two streets promote Frames Ticket Agents at 14 Queen Victoria Street and the ABC Cinema showing of 'The Cracksman' starring Charlie Drake.
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