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Search Aspect ( Gledhow Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Armley Grove Place, showing demolished and soon-to-be-demolished streets (Armley) (2 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1983. View from Armley Grove Place showing in the foreground a cleared area where terraced housing has recently been demolished and in the background further rows of housing which are due to be demolished shortly. These are, from left, Fitzarthur Street, Fearnley Street, Gledhow Street and Simpson Street. Middle Cross Street runs across in front of them.
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Fearnley Street, off Hall Lane (Armley)
Colour image28th January 1985. View of a corner of Fearnley Street prior to demolition. Windows and doors have been bricked up and the pavement has been dug up. The next row of houses is Gledhow Street. These two streets were part of series of long streets which ran between Hall Lane and Tong Road.
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Gledhow Street (Armley) (7 comments)
Colour image28th January 1985 View of red brick, back-to-back terraced houses in Gledhow Street which ran between Hall Lane and Tong Road. The windows and door of the property on the left have been bricked up prior to demolition.
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Glehow Street looking from the direction of Hall Lane (Armley)
Colour image28th January 1985 Gledhow Street is a street of red brick back to back terraced houses running between Hall Lane and Tong Road. This view looks from the direction of Hall Lane and shows the end property of Gledhow Street, number 93. This photograph was taken shortly before demolition.
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Glehow Street, off Hall Lane (Armley) (2 comments)
Colour image28th January 1985 Gledhow Street is a long street of red brick back to back terraced houses situated between Hall Lane and Tong Road. This image was taken not long before demolition - most of the houses have been bricked up but one appears to be inhabited with curtains at the windows. Number 63 is at the far left and the numbers ascend in an odds sequence to the right in the direction of Hall Lane.
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