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Results Found (27), Result Page (1 of 6)
Search Aspect ( Devon Street )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Back Devon Street, nos. 1 - 7 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image14th October 1966, Image shows rear of through terraced houses facing onto Devon Street. Every two houses there is a small lean-to building housing a separate toilets for each house. Washing lines extend across the yards. Two women talk across the step of no 5. On the far right an advert for Woolstons Pharmacies Ltd, National Health Service Dispensary, 89 Pontefract Lane is painted on the first floor of the building.
[internal reference; 2003326_93922061:WYAS Richmond Hill. Box No 9/1. No 116]
[2]
Berking Avenue, looking south-east (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image30th December 1965. Looking south-east along Berking Avenue, off York Road. On the left is the junction with Berking Place, with a sign pointing towards the entrance to Taylor and Watkinson's printers' Leeds manufacturers, established in 1890. Further along is a sign for BCF Transport Co. td., steel transportation company. Berking Avenue becomes Devon Place as it bears left in the background, with terrace housing on Devon Street and Ascot Street leading off to the right. Cars are parked at the side of the road in the foreground.
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Devon Street (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image19th October 1966, Image shows four wooden and metal garages on Devon Street. Visible on the left is a derelict building, built onto the back of no 11 Ascot Place, also visible on the left. Behind the garages can be seen the rear of nos. 1 - 9 of Ascot Place, block of through terraces.
[internal reference; 2003327_44211978:WYAS Richmond Hill. Box No 9/1. No 143]
[4]
Devon Street No.44 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image3rd December 1963. Image shows a large double fronted back-to-back terraced house with a small private front garden. This property is owned by Messrs. Newton Sharp Estates and is scheduled for demolition under the Leeds City Council Housing Act 1957.
[internal reference; 2004415_13364809:WYAS Acc. No.3650. 64]
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Devon Street , nos. 64 - 68 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image18th October 1966, Image shows a row of double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with front gardens separated from the pavement by low walls. A street light stands on the corner while two children in hooded coats walk along the pavement.
[internal reference; 2003326_95734805:WYAS Richmond Hill. Box No 9/1. No 135]