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Search Aspect ( De Lacy Mount )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abbey Road (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image3rd June 1953. Looking north past Norman Mount are three rows of brick built terrace houses. On either corner of De Lacy Mount are grocers shops, both of which have advertising hoardings. The nearest has a large Players cigarette and a Macintosh sweet sign. The other has a M & D (Meredith & Drew) biscuit hoarding as well as a Brooke Bond tea advert on the window. Tram lines run along the road and the electric cables are suspended on iron poles standing on the pavement. Electric streetlamps are just visible on the far left. A car is parked at the nearside kerb.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image3rd June 1953. Looking south down Abbey Road past De Lacy Mount (far left), Norman Mount and Norman Grove, all brick terraces with small gardens. A car is parked on the far right. Further along is a street lamp with a bus stop sign attached, and Harry Broomhead's shop (1 Norman Grove). A local resident remembers a bakery at the rear of the shop where Mr. Broomhead would make miniature loaves to sell for a penny each. Tram tracks and overhead power cables are visible.
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Kirkstall Abbey, aerial view (Kirkstall)
Black & White image21st April 1950. Aerial view of Kirkstall Abbey and its grounds with the remains of the abbey mill in the left hand corner. Abbey Road, Morris Lane and De Lacy Mount are visible. A weir on the River Aire is on the right.
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Morris Lane, postcard (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view looking north-west along Morris Lane. The houses on the left are at the end of a terrace of back-to-backs, with no. 31 Norman Grove nearest the camera and 32 Norman Mount behind. The odd numbered side of Norman Mount is yet to be built so the next houses along are on De Lacy Mount. Taken sometime around the early part of the 20th century.
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