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Results Found (11), Result Page (1 of 3)
Search Aspect ( Fisher )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Armley Road Fisheries, Armley Road, Lucknow Street (Wortley) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This early 1950s image shows Bushire Street on the left with the Armley Road Fisheries (closed). A one storey building run by Mrs Jane Webster, resident of no 2 Bushfire Street. A poster advertising the Theatre Royal states: 'Harry Hanson presents the court players in trial and error by Kenneth Horne, week commencing September 6th, showing twice nightly at 6.00 and 8.15 pm. On the first floor of no 1 Lucknow Street is an advertising hoarding promoting Hovis Bread. The view of nos. 1 - 13 Lucknow Street show identical houses with washing hung on lines extending from exterior walls.
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Call Lane (City Centre)
Colour image17th September 1999.Bus to left, then parade of shops; Crown fisheries, fish shop and Milo, fashions. Visible on the right is Blue Rinse, fashions. Two cars come out of Crown Street including a BSM learner-driver car.
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Elland Road, no. 32, Elland Road Fisheries (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Elland Road Fisheries at no. 32 Elland Road. Standing in the doorway are proprietors Ernest and Emma Webster. No date is given for the photograph but Ernest Webster is listed as a fried fish dealer at 32 Elland Road in trade directories of the 1930s and 1940s. Emma Webster, nee Gee, was the daughter of Mary Gee who ran Gee & Whitwam's fish and chip shop with her sister Elizabeth Whitwam (see image ID 201729_175925).
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Ellerby Lane, former Fishermen's Hut (Richmond Hill)
Colour image2007. View shows the former Fisherman's Hut public house at the corner of Ellerby Lane (left) and Cross Green Lane (right). Also known locally as the Fish Hut, it has a date of 1929 at the top. It is here being used as the Main Site Offices and Subcontract Offices for the Echo Central development of high-rise flats, situated on the opposite side of Ellerby Lane. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Marsh Lane, nos. 48 - 50, Gee & Whitwam's Fried Fish and Chipped Potato Saloon (Bank)
Black & White imagec1899. View shows Gee & Whitwam's Fried Fish and Chipped Potato Saloon, possibly situated at nos. 48 - 50 Marsh Lane by the junction with Saxton Lane, the address at which the proprietors Mary Gee and Elizabeth Whitwam were living at the time of the 1901 census. Mary and Elizabeth, who were sisters, are standing in the doorway but it is not known which is which. Seated beside them is Mary's daughter Emma Gee, who would later marry Ernest Webster and run the Elland Road Fisheries with him(see image ID 201729_175926)
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