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Search Aspect ( Churchill )
Location - Leeds & District

Back Blenheim Terrace, outbuildings (Woodhouse)
Black & White image21st December 1984. View of Back Blenheim Terrace showing outbuildings at the rear of properties on Blenheim Terrace. On the right is a cleared area where buildings facing onto Blackman Lane have been demolished. Part of Back Churchill Gardens is on the far right while the tower of Leeds University's Parkinson Building is seen in the background.
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Blenheim Council School, Maypole Dancing (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageMay 1947. Image shows one of the young boy and girl pupils of Blenheim Council School taking part in a Maypole dance. In 1947, the year the photograph was taken, Beatrice Vint was Mistress of the infants, William Mawson was Master of the boys and Kate May Rogers was Mistress of the girls. The school is located in Blenheim Walk and the houses in the background behind the high brick wall, are possibly in the Churchills.
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Blenheim Terrace, nos. 5 and 6, backyards and outbuildings (Woodhouse)
Black & White image21st December 1984. View showing outbuildings in the backyards of nos.5 and 6 Blenheim Terrace. That of no. 5 (right) is being used here as a builder's store but a proposal to demolish it was being considered at the time and this has since happened. Back Blenheim Terrace runs along the back of the outbuildings while beyond this the view looks north-east towards Churchill Gardens on the left and Blackman Lane on the right, with Blenheim Lodge and All Souls Church in the background.
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Churchill Street (Wortley)
Black & White image26th March 1965 Churchill Street runs from the left edge of this view towards the right looking from Upper Wortley Road. Houses in view are the blind backs of property on Kitson's Square. Billboards advertise 'Peter Pell International Styling' and 'Double Diamond, The Beer The Men Drink'. Included in slum clearance plans for the Wortley area.
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Churchill Street no. 8, Kitson's Square, Rear View (Wortley)
Black & White image29th March 1965. To the left of the passageway seen in the centre of this view are the through by light backs of property on Kitson's Square. The back of number 8 Churchill Street stands to the right of the passageway. View looks from Oldfield Road. Included in slum clearance plans for the Wortley area.
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