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Search Aspect ( Elmwood Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albert Grove no 93, Elmwood Street nos. 126, 138 (Rear View) (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956, The lay out of streets and buildings in this area was often complicated as in this view. On the left is Elmwood Street. The house in the centre with gable end is 93 Albert Grove, then the adjoining houses are numbers 126, 128 Elmwood Street, seen from the back just visible on the right edge is 95 Albert Grove, a clothing factory business of D & M Clothiers. This building was formerly a synagaogue.
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Camp Road at the junction with Tomlinson Street (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956. View of Camp Road, foreground, at the junction with Tomlinson Street (off to the left.) The corner property is number 53 Tomlinson Street, left. The other properties in the row are numbered from the left, 60, 58 and 56 Camp Road. These derelict buildings were once occupied by shops and businessses. In the background, left, houses in Cross Elmwood Street can be seen. On the far right, in the background, Elmwood Terrace is visible.
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Camp Road, nos.75, 77, Upper Elmwood Street (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated Howarth Terrace is on the left edge, next at 75 Camp Road is a newsagents shop. Number 77 is a butchers business of Mrs. Emma Hammill. On the pavement is a police emergency telephone call point, it was used to call Fire and Ambulance brigades as well as Police contacts. These telephone points had been first introduced in 1930. Upper Elmwood Street goes off to the right. On the wall is a poster advertising Leeds Empire Theatre, Josef Locke, popular Irish tenor was appearing. Photo dating from the early to mid 1950s.
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Cross Elmwood Street (Little London) (2 comments)
Black & White image1956, View of Cross Elmwood Street, two houses on the right are derelict.
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Cross Elmwood Street, nos. 1, 2 (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White image1956, Tomlinson Street is on the left, two houses on Cross Elmwood Street can be seen. Number 1 is on the left, 2 to the right. A passageway is next to the door of number 1, it led through to the yard of number 7 Elmwood Row. A window cleaners cart is in the street.
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