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Search Aspect ( Byron Street )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Byron Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image12th October 1925. On the left hand side the premises of M Taylor rag merchants. Yard with cart in the foreground and wooden barrels to the rear. Stone sets.
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Byron Street, demolition (Leylands) (3 comments)
Black & White image24th February 1933. The photo is taken from the corner of Millwright Street, and shows back-to-back terraced houses on the lower end of the south west side of Byron Street awaiting demolition. To the right of the picture the road runs up towards Regent Street. To the left of the picture, Millwright Street continues showing the gable ends of Byron Street/Cannon Street, Cannon Street/Mason Street, the gap where Mason Street and Cloth Street has been demolished, and (far-left) the lower end of Saint Street. Photo shows the last seven houses in the row in a dilapidated state, Byron Street sign is clearly visible. Gable end of Byron Street shows storage spaces with narrow wooden doors and wooden fence joining the 2 ends of Cannon Street. Car and gas lamp clearly visible in right foreground of picture, lamps on street corners. Cobbled streets with pavements. Satchel on floor, gable end of Byron Street.
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Byron Street, no.91, Grice's Pickle Works (Leylands)
Black & White image24th February 1933. The photo is taken on the lower end of Byron Street, and shows the partially demolished premises of Grice's Pickle Works, on the NE side of Byron Street. A man is pictured in the left foreground measuring the height of the remaining outer wall. Car parked in far right of the photo. The name of the business is visible on the sign above the man. Mill buildings from Byron Street Mills and the Hope Foundry clearly visible in the background. Telegraph pole and gas lamp visible far-right. The picture faces towards Millwright Street.
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Byron Street, Regent Street (Leylands) (8 comments)
Black & White image14th August 1935. View of north-east side of Byron Street taken from SW corner of the junction with Regent Street. Centre right at number 83 is Mac-Sky Stores (prop. Sam Macofsky) Two men and a boy pose in the entrance to shop. Row is a mixture of houses and shops, mainly derelict. Photo is facing uphill towards North Street. The roof of the Polish -Jewish synagogue is just visible (NE side, background left) Adverts and bill posters can be seen.
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Byron Street, Regent Street (Leylands) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th August 1935. View of south west side of Byron Street, taken from the street corner of the junction with Regent Street, facing uphill to North Street. A young boy is pictured in the right foreground. Photo shows row of disused shops opposite Mac-Sky Stores, and houses (terraced). Advertisements visible, 'Mac-Sky Bread', 'Wills Golden flake'. Playbills for the Newtown, Parkside sports stadium and Brunswick Stadium on wall of number 72 (left foreground). Paved road with cobbled gutter and drains and gas lamps are all visible.
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