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Search Aspect ( Compton Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Compton Arms, Compton Road (Harehills) (1 comment)
Colour image2004. View shows the Compton Arms public house on Compton Road, taken prior to being demolished. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Compton Place, numbers 2-8, looking towards the junction with Stanley Road (Harehills) (4 comments)
Black & White image17th November 1952. View looking south west down Compton Place to the junction with Stanley Road, close to where it joins Stoney Rock Lane. The wall and trees in the distance on the right are part of the cemetery. The road between the terrace of houses and factory on the left is the north-east end of Stoney Rock Lane. A large advertising hoarding for Mackeson's beer is prominent, in front of which is a bare patch of land left by the demolition of the other houses in Compton Place. Properties still standing number, from left to right, 8-2 and are built back to back with numbers 1,3 and 5. Montague Burton Ltd, wholesale clothiers and Yorkshire Dyeworks are located on Hudson Road, (behind the lamp post, off to the left). Compton Road started at the junction with Hudson Road.
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Compton Road (Harehills) (5 comments)
Black & White image19th September 1935.Shops along Compton Road; left to right W H Binks, hairdresser and newsagents, Compton Fisheries, A Pullan, Confectioners, Ramsden, dental surgeon, and Beck's bakery. Poster for Shaftesbury cinema, which was showing 'Vagabond Lady', 'Masa Hiruwaka', and 'One Frightened Night'. Road is paved with sets, and has tram lines. Gas lamp to left of photo.
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Compton Road (Harehills) (14 comments)
Black & White image17th March 1952. Looking south/east across the waste ground towards Compton Road. On the right of the view is the Compton Arms public house, to the left a fenced off area with a small brick building and a few trees. This building was part of the Compton Library Gardens and was one of three shelters in the gardens which surrounded a green lawn. At the edge of the waste ground there is a broken advertising hoarding and beyond that a row of brick terrace houses.
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Compton Road (Harehills) (2 comments)
Black & White image17th March 1952. Looking north east across the waste ground next to Compton Road. This space is now occupied by a nursery. On the right is a broken hoarding and across the road a row of brick terrace houses. A van is parked at the end of the terrace. The right side shows a fenced off area with a small building, which is one of three shelters situated in the garden of Compton Road Library, and a few trees, behind that are more houses.
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