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Search Aspect ( Cherry Row )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burmantofts, aerial view (Burmantofts) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Burmantofts looking east, with Beckett Street running across the centre from left to right, becoming Burmantofts Street after the junction with Nippet Lane on the right. Torre Road branches off from Nippet Lane upwards in the centre, while York Road is seen at the top right. Lincoln Green Road runs down from Beckett Street to join Cherry Row, which runs along the bottom, becoming Dolly Lane on the left. Several tower blocks can be seen, including in the foreground from right, Cherry Court, Marston Mount, Boston Towers, Spalding Towers, Grantham Towers, Lindsey Mount, Lincoln Towers and Ferriby Towers, with more tower blocks on the Ebor Gardens estate in the distance.
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Cherry Row (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Colour image29th October 1999. Looking across at Cherry Row from Lincoln Green Road. In view are One Stop Shop, grocers and newsagent. Then is a fish & chip shop & KLF furniture store. Several cars and white vans are parked in front. Patch of grass in foreground. One Stop Shop has a National Lottery sign outside.
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Cherry Row (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th May 1939. Cherry Row, junction with Mushroom Street. Number 13 Florists shop and number 15, property of Ernest Lascelles. Number 17 lower window boarded over and empty. A number of sacks are under window of number 15, telephone box on corner. Wall and railings provide street boundary.
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Cherry Row (Burmantofts)
Black & White image30th June 1945. The east side of Cherry Row, looking east-south-east at number 2a. On the left is Pollard Street. On the right is Green Road, with the empty premises of H. Burgon & Son, butchers. Some children watch the cameraman, two are standing under a road sign.
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Cherry Row at the junction with Lincoln Road (Burmantofts) (4 comments)
Black & White image18th August 1958. View of the junction of Cherry Row with Lincoln Road. This part of Burmantofts was also known as Newtown. At the very left edge is Lincoln Field Row, then, with advertising on the side of the end property, is Lincoln Street. The building with the arched doors and windows is the old Lincoln Fields Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School, at number 6 Hill Street, located at the junction with Cherry Row and Hill Street. It has a sign above the entrance advertising 'Empire House-Farmlands Egg Stores Ltd.' In the centre at numbers 12 & 14 are the premises of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society. The white building, at number 10 Cherry Row, is the 'Moulders Arms', a Hammonds Ales Public House, Lincoln Road is far right. Lincoln Road is visible at the extreme right edge.
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