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Search Aspect ( Gledhow Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back to Back red brick terraced housing (Harehills) (14 comments)
Black & White image1953 Aerial view of back to back red brick terraced housing. Snaking round from the left edge into the bottom left hand corner is Roundhay Road. Joining it is Roseville Road and then off towards the right is Gledhow Road. Following Roundhay Road Upwards St Aidan's Church is visible at the left edge. The streets cutting diagonally across are mainly the Bayswaters and they meet Harehills Road. Harehills Road runs from the left to a third of the way down from the top right edge. Far left on Harehills Road the white building is St Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, then Harehills Road Congregational Church. The large building on Harehills Road is Harehills County Secondary School and it is surrounded by the Conways, streets of red brick terrace homes. Harehills Lane runs from left to right just down slightly from the top edge. Part of St James' Hospital occupies the bottom right hand corner.
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Bayswater Avenue, Gledhow Road (Harehills) (2 comments)
Black & White image1st September 1953. View looking south-east at numbers 9 to 13 Bayswater Avenue from Gledhow Road. Advertisements are prominent on the gable end. They are for Merrols Butterscotch Bon-Bons, Daz Detergent (two of the same), Anglo XL Chewing gum (four a penny). A poster advertises Leeds Ideal Homes Exhibition, commencing 8th September. Other posters are for the Newton Picture Palace (which closes on the 3rd of September), and the Ilkley Show. The houses are back-to-back, with distinctive stone lintels to the doors and windows. A telegraph pole is to the right.
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Gledhow Road at the junction with Bayswater Avenue (Harehills) (3 comments)
Black & White image4th July 1949. View from Gledhow Road (foreground)to Bayswater Avenue,a street of red brick-built, back-to-back terraced homes. Standing at the junction are numbers 18 (right) and 20 (left) Gledhow Road, the premises of Woodcock & Co., grocers. The shop has two awnings and a sign saying 'Bonus, 1/- in the pound, paid quarterly'. The junction on the left, adjacent to number 20, is Bayswater Road, which eventually joins Roundhay road. The gable end seen at the left edge is occupied by back-to-back houses addressed as number 22 Gledhow Road, left, and number 1 Arundel Street. The Arundels are a series of back-to-back streets off Bayswater Road. Bayswter Avenue runs to the junction with Roseville Road.
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View across Roundhay Road and Roseville Road to Burmantofts (Sheepscar) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View across Roundhay Road (seen left to right, with cars across the centre.) Beyond it is Roseville Road above where the parked cars are visible. In the middle-ground, left, the white building houses the Prince Albert Hotel in Boundary Place. Immediately above on the left is the old Kepler Council School which later, became Roseville County Secondary School and is situated in Gledhow Road. To the rear are buildings of St. James's hospital. In the background, left of centre are the high-rise flats, Shakespeare Towers, Shakespeare Court and Shakespeare Grange. The three blocks right of centre are thought to be Scargill Grange, Gargrave Court and Brignal Croft.
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