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Search Aspect ( Crawshaw Hill )
Location - Leeds & District

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Robin Lane No. 19, at the junction with Crawshaw Hill (Pudsey) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated The image shows old stone built shop premises in Robin Lane, No. 19, from the junction with Crawshaw Hill, right. The building is also numbered 12 Crawshaw Hill and at this time was the property of grocer E. Farrar. Many panes of glass have been broken and the shop front boarded up. Adverts for the Pudsey show can be seen on the side of the building in Crawshaw Lane but the date is undecipherable.
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Robin Lane nos. 19 & 21, at the junction with Crawshaw Hill (Pudsey) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated Old stone property standing at the junction of Robin Lane with Crawshaw Hill and numbered 21 (left), and 19 (right). Number 19 was owned at the time of the photograph by Mr E Farrar who operated a grocery business. The buildings are now derelict with many broken window panes.
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Robin Lane, from Crawshaw Hill (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View of Robin Lane taken from Crawshaw Hill. St. Andrew's Methodist Church is seen towards the left. Built in a Tudor Gothic style, this church dates from 1901. Moving right, the row of houses visible is Longfield Terrace. A light covering of snow is seen on undisturbed ground.
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Robin Lane, looking north-west (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View looking north-west along Robin Lane. The junction with Crawshaw Hill is on the left. Next to this is the NSP printing works then the Trinity Methodist Sunday School. A car park, here covered in snow, occupies the site in front. On the right is a parade of shops including the Fruit Bowl, then the next building is occupied by Discount Housewares. Off the picture behind the wall on the far right is St. Andrew's Methodist Church.
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Robin Lane, looking south (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View looking south along Robin Lane to the junction with Crawshaw Hill, which runs up from left to right across the middle of the picture. Manor Box works is on the left. The building in the centre is numbered 23 Robin Lane, while on the right is the NSP printing works on Crawshaw Hill. A car park, covered in snow, occupies the foreground.
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