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Search Aspect ( Burton Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burton Grove nos. 2, 4, Burton Road no. 4 (Hunslet) (7 comments)
Black & White image11th October 1967 Looking from Burton Road, on the left is Burton Grove with numbers 4 and 2. Moving right onto Burton Road, 4 is the 'Cockburn Tuck Shop' business of A. Gifford. Burton Terrace is on the right. This was opposite Cockburn High School.
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Burton Road (Hunslet) (13 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Burton Road from the Dewsbury Road end. The railings on the left belong to Cockburn High School and the next junction is Fairford Avenue. A woman stands in the doorway of number 3 Burton Road, a confectioner's displaying advertising for Rowntree's and Cadbury's can be seen. This may have been Miss Catherine Thompson the proprietor here in 1923. Two children stand outside the shop at the corner of Burton Terrace number 4 Burton Road, Robert Arundel's.
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Burton Road (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image16th September 1949. View showing the junction with Garnet Road. Number 30 Burton Road is indicated in ink and is 'Harding, groceries and provisions'. There are some adverts for Combes Ale and Watheys Stout in the window of number 30 and a lorry parked outside. On the corner of Garnet Road and Burton Road is 'Prices Tailors Ltd, wholesale clothiers'. There are two telegraph poles on Burton Road.
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Burton Road no. 2, Rear Area (Hunslet)
Black & White image18th October 1967 The building seen in the centre is number 2 Burton Road, rear view. In the foreground a row of garages, to the left is Garnet Mount, Burton View on the right.
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Burton Road no. 4, Burton Terrace (Hunslet)
Black & White image11th October 1967 Burton Road is on the left, just in from the left edge is the end of Burton Grove. The shop is number 6 Burton Road, business of T. Burton, shoe repairs. Moving right 4 Burton Road is 'Cockburn Tuck Shop' run by A. Gifford. Next, Burton Terrace the odd numbered side in view, this is looking in the direction of Tunstall Road.
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