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Search Aspect ( Far Fold Square )
Location - Leeds & District

Christ Church School, fence, from Far Fold Square (Armley) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1940. View of Christ Church School grounds showing the playground behind the wall and fence of Far Fold Square. The boy standing outside is Brian Ford, who was born in 1930. Members of the Ford family lived in the Far Fold area for many years.
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Far Fold nos. 5, 6, Far Fold Square nos. 7, 8, 9 (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image6th November 1957. Image shows no. 6 Far Fold in the foreground; this is a back-to-back with no. 5, seen on the left. On the right are nos. 7, 8 and 9 Far Fold Square which are through by light terraced houses. A woman collects something from the ground in front of number 7 while another stands in the doorway of number 8. Milk bottles await collection from windowsills.
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Far Fold Square, nos. 10 - 11 (Armley)
Black & White image6th November 1957 Image shows nos. 10-11 Far Fold Square, two through by light properties with a ginnel on the right leading through to the rear of properties. A woman stands on the corner leaning on a broom, she wears a headscarf and apron. On the far right are the derelict remains of a shared outside toilet block, while on the left the house with a gas lamp in front is on Back Christ Church View.
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Far Fold Square, Rear View (Armley)
Black & White image6th November 1957 Image shows a grassed are at the rear of two through by light terraced houses numbers 8, 9 Far Fold Square.
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Far Fold, nos. 12-13 (Armley)
Black & White image8th December 1955. Stone built cottages at numbers 12 and 13 Far Fold. These dwellings date from around 1792. An elderly man sits outside number 12. The roof has slates and chimney pots. To the left is Far Fold Square, while on the right the house in shadow is no. 18 Far Fold.
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