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Search Aspect ( Crimbles Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Crimbles Place, nos. 1 - 5 (Little London)
Black & White image1956, Row of fire house which comprised Crimbles Place, it was slightly set back from the line of Tomlinson Street. On the left is number 5, moving right the numbers follow in sequence to 1 on the right.
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Lowtown, junction with Crimbles Place (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. View looking across Lowtown from an area of wasteland on the north side towards the junction with Crimbles Place in the centre. Flats on Crimbles Place and on Lowtown can be seen. A covering of snow is on the ground and rooftops.
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Lowtown, looking east (Pudsey)
Black & White image8th January 1982. Looking east along Lowtown showing a Texaco self service petrol station on the left. Further along is the gable end of no.100, the end of a terrace in which numbers follow in ascending order. On the right is no.75 Lowtown, followed by the junctions with Claremont then Crimbles Place. The remnants of a covering of snow cab be seen in places.
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Lowtown, showing old shop properties (Pudsey)
Black & White image1975. Black and white image showing Lowtown, including some very old stone-built shop properties. Adjacent to the parked mini van, Pudsey Cooker Centre is visible at number 110 Lowtown. Further down is The Crown public house, rendered in white and a listed building. The woman with the spaniel is about to cross the junction with Crimbles Place. Behind the wall there are small blocks of flats.
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Tomlinson Street, view from (Little London)
Black & White image1956. View from Tomlinson Street, a street paved in stone setts with flagged pavements. The detached, brick-built property, left, is number 13 Crimbles Street, seen here from the rear. In the background, the gable end belongs to the back-to-back house in Crimbles Street, left, and Crimbles Place, right. Part of Elmwood Row is visible in the background, right.
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