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Search Aspect ( Elm Street )
Location - Leeds & District

Elm Street (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated Probably taken between 1935 and 1939. Situated off Elm Street, between Shannon Street and York Road, this is view of Sunderland Place. Building on left is the back of bakehouse premises which front onto Elm Street at numbers 4 and 6. Alfred Clay was the baker. A variety of outbuildings, carts, bed-steads, a mangle and a lorry, can all be seen.
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Elm Street, bakehouse and shop. (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, probably early 1930s. View looking north west showing numbers 4-6 Clay's Bakery and shop. Advertising hoarding for Lyons tea on wall. Brass bedstead leaning against wall in the distance. Names pencilled on the print are J. Clayton, Ellis and A.Clay. Stone sets and paving stones in the foreground.
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Elm Street, from Johnston Street (Woodhouse) (4 comments)
Black & White image1970. View shows Elm Street which leads from Johnston Street to Ganton View then via a flight of steps up to Ganton Mount above. Terraced houses are on both sides.
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Elm Street, from Rider Road (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970. View of Elm Street seen from Rider Road. On the left, a derelict-looking shop at no.32 Rider Road has a plaque displaying the date 1889. Further along on this side are the junctions with Ganton Place and Ganton Mount, while Back Glossop Street and Glossop Street are on the right. In the background, railings are seen at the top of a steep stole whch has steps on eiher side of it. Holborn Towers can be seen faintly in the background.
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Elm Street, showing rear of 56-62 York Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View from Elm Street of the rear of 56-62 York Road, the former premises of J. & J. Clayton, furniture dealers, now scheduled for demolition. Some demolition of buildings along Elm Street has already taken place, giving an unobscured view of the yard of Sunderland Place on the left.
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