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Search Aspect ( Devon Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Devon Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image12th October 1966, Image shows a section of waste land at the top of Devon Terrace with industrial debris piled up on each side. In the centre is a car reg: AGR 178B. The gable end of terraced rows on Devon Terrace are visible in the background on the right.
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Devon Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image12th October 1966, Image shows yard with workshop buildings on the left. On the far left is Mannix and Sons, joiners and building contractors, outside the workshop in the foreground a door is set up on a trestle while a window frame leans against the wall. The rest of the yard is littered with piles of industrial debris.
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Devon Terrace Waste Lane (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image12th October 1966, Image shows waste land next to Devon Terrace. The land is littered with industrial debris and two boys (pictured) have built the beginnings of a bonfire in the centre.
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Devon Terrace Yard & Garages (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image12th October 1966, Image shows top of Devon Terrace with a yard on the left originally built to house the shared outside toilet and midden, later used to house dustbins. Outside the yard is an old street light with garages on the right. On one wall a goal post has been painted.
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Devon Terrace, nos. 1 - 7 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image12th October 1966, Image shows W. Bean & Son practical upholsteres and furnishers on the corner of Devon Terrace on the left. On the right are back-to-back houses with a yard originally built to house the shared outside toilet and midden. A van belonging to the upholsterers is parked outside the shop and on the far left just visible on the side of Devon Grove is an advert for Booths Unique Gin.
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