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Search Aspect ( Brudenell Road )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Ash Grove, from Brudenell Road (Hyde Park) (5 comments)
Black & White imagec1970s. Early 1970s photograph of Ash Grove, seen from Brudenell Road. Terraced housing on the east side of the road can be seen.
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Brudenell Road, relief sewerage pipe under construction (Hyde Park)
Black & White image24th April 1956. Construction of relief sewer under Brudenell Road. Walls and ceiling are shored up with wooden beams. Two workmen standing at the back.
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Brudenell Road at the junction of Chestnut Avenue (Hyde Park) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, An early view of Brudenell Road showing the junction with Chestnut Avenue on the left. Moss Brothers occupy numbers 72 & 74 Brudenell Road. At number 64 William Horner's Greengrocer can be seen. A small boy rides a tricycle and a little girl pushes her doll's pram.
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Brudenell Road nos. 58 - 62 (Hyde Park) (11 comments)
Black & White image16th November 1948. View of the north side of Brudenell Road showing shops from numbers 58 to 62. At number 58 is 'H. Wade, chemist and optician', number 60 is 'H. Binks, family butcher' and number 62 is 'Jesse Stephenson Ltd, grocers'. In the window above number 58 there is a sign for 'H. Barrett Wade, dental surgeon'. The signs in the upper windows of numbers 58 to 60 advertise the shops below. In the shop windows of numbers 58 and 62 are advertisements for different products. A bicycle with a basket is propped up against a gas street lamp to the right of the photograph. Another bicyle is propped up outside number 62.
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Brudenell Road relief sewer (Hyde Park)
Black & White image25th April 1956. Work in progress on the relief sewer for the Brudenell Road area. This photograph is looking towards the Kirkstall Road viaduct, possibly from Viaduct Road.
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