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Search Aspect ( Elder Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bramley Carnival, procession (Bramley)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows crowds lining the streets of Bramley to watch the Carnival procession go past. The parade is travelling along Elder Road by the junctions with Bramley Terrace (left) and Bramley Place. An unusual float in the foreground features a couple on a bed. Bramley Carnival was a regular event during the late 19th and early 20th centuries at which time this photo was taken. It continued till around 1952 after which, like in many other towns and villages, it was abandoned for some years until being resurrected in the 1970s. It has since become a regular event again, although it is now held biannually instead of annually.
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Elder Road no. 63 (Bramley) (2 comments)
Black & White image10th February 1967 Back Clarence Street is on the left, number 63 Elder Road is a shoe repair shop, business of G.B. Jones. On the right is Scarbro Crescent.
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Elder Road no. 63, Scarbro Crescent no. 1 (Bramley) (2 comments)
Black & White image10th February 1967 To the left is number 63 Elder Road, this is a shoe repair shop, business of G.B. Jones at the corner with Scarbro Crescent. To the right of the shop, the adjoining house is also numbered 63 Elder Road. The house at the right edge is 1 Scarbro Crescent.
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Elder Road, stone cottages (Bramley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows old stone built cottages, built at right angles to Elder Road. At the left edge a glimpse of number 38 Elder Road can be seen. Built on to it, the building with two doorways, houses numbers 36 and 34 Elder Road. The other properties are numbered as Cautley Place and are 12, 14 and 16 Cautley Place. Off to the right of the image is an unmade road leading to a footbridge crossing the Leeds/Bradford railway line. Cautley Place is located behind the cottages.
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Obededom Terrace nos. 1, 3, Elder Road no. 65 (Bramley)
Black & White image10th February 1967 On the left is 65 Elder Road the entrance is at the corner with Obededom Terrace. A notice on the wall for C. Elvidge, 'High Class Fisheries'. Next right is number 1 Obededom Terrace, then 3.
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