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Search Aspect ( Burton Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burton Road no. 8 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th Ocober 1967 Looking across Burton Road to number 8, a large detached house in derelict condition. The garden to the rear was being used as a garage area.
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Burton Road no. 8 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th October 1967 View looking across Garnet Mount, garages in the foreground were located behind 2 Burton Road, more were sited behind 8 Burton Road. This is the large detached house in a derelict condition. Burton Crescent is seen on the left, on the opposite side of Burton Road, to the right, is the corner with Primrose Lane.
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Burton Road no. 8 (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th October 1967 Number 8 Burton Road, a large detached house in derelict condition. The house is facing towards what had been the garden (garages had been erected on the site), with Burton Road behind. On the opposite side of Burton Road, Fairford Terrace is on the left, Primrose Lane to the right.
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Burton Road no. 8, Rear Area (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th October 1967 View of area to the rear of 8 Burton Road, part of which would have been the garden. A row of garages can be seen. Immediately behind in the centre a block of back-to-back houses, this was Burton View to the left, Burton Crescent to the right.
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Burton Road nos. 28 - 30 (Hunslet) (4 comments)
Black & White image16th September 1949. View showing the south west side of Burton Road, number 28 to 30, between Garnet Terrace and Garnet Road. Number 28 belongs to 'John Colley, family butcher' and number 30 is 'Harding, groceries and provisions'. There are several advertisements in the windows and on the side wall of number 30, including ones for Tetley, Hey's Gold Cut Ale and Cowerbugh's Ale. There is an iron fence around the yard of number 30 and some crates stacked in the yard. There is also a handcart propped up against the wall. A car is parked outside number 28.
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