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Search Aspect ( East Park View )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
East Park View (Richmond Hill) (6 comments)
Black & White image5th July 1963. This image shows the New Regent public house on East Park View. Children play in the yard at the front while two women talk at the corner on the right.
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[2]
East Park View (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image5th July 1963. Image shows two red telephone boxes on East Park View, where a child sits in a pushchair outside. On the wall of the building an advertisement promotes Cravens Best English Mints.
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East Park View, Temple View Grove (Richmond Hill) (3 comments)
Black & White image5th July 1963. This image shows the New Regent public house with East Park View on the left and Temple View Grove on the right, where a woman is walking through the main entrance to the pub. Two women stand talking at the corner.
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Temple View Grove, East Park View (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image22nd July 1963. Image shows the residence at the corner of Temple View Grove on the left and East Park View on the right. On the far left a large derelict building is visible while on the far right can be seen a red telephone call box.
[internal reference; 200392_11869448:WYAS(Temple View Road)Box 110/1 No.60]
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Temple View Road, Slip Inn (Richmond Hill) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking from Temple View Terrace showing the Slip Inn on Temple View Road. This public house was formerly known as the New Regent Hotel. To the left is East Park View. On the right are houses on Glensdale Mount with Glensdale Grove behind.
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