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Search Aspect ( Brandling )
Location - Leeds & District

Anchor Terrace, nos. 2 - 8, Brandling Street no 34 (Hunslet)
Black & White image24th April 1964, Looking across to the beginning of Anchor Terrace from the junction with Anchor Road and Brandling Street. Number 8 Anchor Terrace is on the left, numbers follow to the right, ending with 2 where the car is parked. The off licence shop is number 34 Brandling Street.
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Back Rylstone Street no.s 15-25. Brandling Street no.28 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1964. On the left edge an off-licence shop is in view, this was number 28 Branding Street, a grocers and licenced store selling Tetley's beer, 'Brandling Stores'. Next is the corner with Bleasby Street, then Back Rylstone Street. This row of houses on Brandling Street, where the same numbering was kept. 25 is to the left end, numbers follow in descending order to 15 on the right.
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Benson, Alfred, (Senior) (Hunslet) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This old image shows Alfred Benson (Senior), in late middle age, standing with his horse as he poses for the camera. At the age of 25 he was living at number 11 Brandling Street with his wife, Sarah, and 1 year old son, Ben. (As listed on the 1881 British Census.) His occupation was recorded as 'Coal Leader'. In a directory for 1906 he is listed as residing at Woodsley House in Woodhouse Hill Road as a Coal Dealer and Furniture Remover.
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Brandling Place nos. 7-15 (Hunslet)
Black & White image23rd April 1964, Seen from Cross Brandling Street, Brandling Place has number 15 on the left, numbers follow to the right in descending order to 7 on the right.
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Brandling Place, nos. 16-22 (Hunslet)
Black & White image23rd April 1964, To the left is number 16 Brandling Place, moving right numbers follow in sequence to 22 on the right. The shop window is part of 180 Jack Lane, a former grocers shop, business of Harry Britton. Jack Lane can just be seen on the right edge.
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