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Search Aspect ( Eric Jaquier )
Location - Leeds & District

All Hallows Church tower (Hyde Park) (8 comments)
Black & White image1969 The square tower of All Hallows Church dominates the background of this image. The church was consecrated in 1886. Washing is strung across the red brick terraced street in the foreground and two young boys are having a conversation, one of them with a bike. Many chimney pots are also visible.
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Amy Street to Kirkstall viaduct embankment (Burley) (8 comments)
Black & White image1969 View down Amy Street to Kirkstall Viaduct embankment. Red brick terraced houses, back-to-back, in blocks of eight, are separated by outside lavatories. On the left, from the edge, they number 33 to 49, on the right, from 36 to 52. These homes are now demolished. Amy Street was built in the nineteenth century between 1887 and 1889.
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Autumn Place, number 34, at the junction with Burley Lodge Road (Burley) (7 comments)
Black & White image1969 View of a corner shop, number 34 Autumn Place at the corner with Burley Lodge Road. The shop is also addressed as number 38 Burley Lodge Road. Behind the shop, left, the entrance to Autumn Grove is visible. In the window there is advertising for Greenshield stamps and shelves of crockery and kitchen equipment. Beside the door there is an advertising sign for Magpie Minerals made by Gomersall's of West Ardsley.
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Buslingthorpe Lane, view to Woodhouse from (Buslingthorpe) (6 comments)
Black & White image1969. View from Buslingthorpe Lane, across Meanwood Road to Woodhouse, with the Parkinson building of Leeds University on the horizon, centre. In the foreground, at the left edge, the footbridge crosses Sheepscar Beck from Stonegate. The path continues over Buslingthorpe Green to Meanwood Road. The white building in the foreground is the premises of G.A. Donnelly & Sons, Plumbers, Heating contractors and electrical engineers at number 137 Buslingthorpe Lane. This building was formerly the Springhill Tavern. Behind it is the derelict Springwell Dyeing and Finishing Works. In the foreground, bottom, Buslingthorpe Vale runs alongside the works. Meanwood Road cuts across the middle and in the centre, on Meanwood Road, is a former branch of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society at number 229, at the corner with Woodhouse Street. The large, four-storey mill building, right of centre, is Perseverance Mills. Behind it is the block of high-rise flats, Holborn Towers in Shay Street. They were built in 1965 to a height of 47 metres on seventeen storeys. Further in from the top, but in line with the white Parkinson building on the horizon is St. Vincent's Roman Catholic Chapel-of-ease in Coldcall Terrace.
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Conference Place, number 1, at the junction with Whingate Road (Armley) (17 comments)
Black & White image1969 Image shows number 1 Conference Place, a shop at the junction with Whingate Road. A large advertising board for the Yorkshire Evening Post reads 'come home to a much better evening!' There are chewing gum machines either side of the entrance to the shop. At the other entrance, a dog sits on the pavement. The shop was also addressed as number 38 Whingate Road.
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