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Search Aspect ( Dixon Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Dixon Lane (Wortley)
Black & White image14th January 1944 Number 60 Dixon Lane viewed from the West side at the corner with Kellet Road. There is a triangular greenhouse in the garden to the side of the house. A hedge is separating one of the gardens, a wooden fence the other. A wooden gate can be seen to the left. Vases are visible to the right of the picture in one of the windows. More house can be seen in the background. A brick wall surrounds the front of the gardens and follows round with the path which is in the foreground.
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Dixon Lane no.s 16-20 (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of old terraced housing in Dixon Lane. On the left is number 20 which juts further forward than the others. The door and next two windows belong to the rear of 35 Greenside Road. At the right end of the row is number 16 Dixon Lane. This row probably dates from Georgian times as the windows have small panes of the period.
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Dixon Lane no.s 22-26 (Wortley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. A row of terraced houses probably dating from Georgian times numbering from the left 26 to 22. The windows are Georgian in style and proportion and have the small panes of glass typical of the Georgian period. A brick one storey toilet block adjoins number 22 and a pram is parked on the pavement outside number 26. A gas street lamp stands at the corner with Dixon Lane and Greenside Road.
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Dixon Lane no.s 22-26 (Rear View) (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Taken from a viewpoint in Greenside Road looking across at the rear of housing which fronts onto Dixon Lane. The gable end is that of number 22 and 24 and 26 are adjacent to it, all part of the same block. These are blind backs, having no windows at the rear, though there is one in the gable end. Children play in the yard at the rear.
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Dixon Lane, number 60 (Wortley)
Black & White image14th February 1944. Semi-detached house, brick built, with cement rendering to upper storey. Bay windows and slate tiled roof. There is a greenhouse behind a stone wall and a hedge. Other houses in background.
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