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Search Aspect ( Glencoe View )
Location - Leeds & District

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Glencoe View (Cross Green) (6 comments)
Black & White image2nd October 1947. View looking south east along Glencoe View showing the road bridge over the railway. Ends of St. Hilda's Crescent and Cautley Road visible. A car is in the foreground and the rear of terraced houses on Cautley Road can be seen.
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Glencoe View (Cross Green) (2 comments)
Black & White image2nd October 1947. View of Glencoe View at the junction with Cautley Road showing terraced houses. Gable end and front of number 6 Cautley Road is prominent. The Pretoria Estate can be seen in the background. A small boy is visible in the background.
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St. Hilda's Avenue / St. Hilda's Grove, from Glencoe View (Cross Green) (1 comment)
Colour imageFebruary 2008. View from Glencoe View, foreground, showing the gable end of back-to-back streets of terraced housing. On the left is St. Hilda's Avenue and on the right, St. Hilda's Grove, looking in the direction of Fewston Avenue. At the time of this photograph these houses were unoccupied and awaiting demolition. Old advertising on the gable end is for 'Hemingway's noted Ales' with an invitation to try our "Big Bens". The firm was located at number 4 All Saints Road, off York Road.
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St. Hilda's Avenue / St. Hilda's Grove, gable end with advertising (Cross Green) (3 comments)
Black & White imageFebruary 2008. Image shows a gable end of back-to-back housing scheduled for demolition and unoccupied. The houses facing left are in St. Hilda's Avenue and the end one is number 25. There is a glimpse of St. Hilda's Grove to the right edge. The house to the right in the gable end is number 26 St. Hilda's Grove. Old advertising, although much faded, is still visible on the gable end. It reads 'Hemingway's Noted Ales. Try our "Big Bens". J.W. Hemingway, Brewer, is listed in the Directory of Leeds at number 4, All Saints Road, off York Road. Part of St. Hilda's Church in Cross Green Lane can be seen in the background, left. The photograph is taken from Glencoe View.
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St. Hilda's Avenue / St. Hilda's Grove, gable end with advertising (Cross Green)
Colour imageFebruary 2008. Image shows a gable end of back-to-back terraced housing in Cross Green. These houses were standing vacant at the time of the photograph and awaiting demolition. The left side of the gable fronts St. Hilda's Avenue and the right, St. Hilda's Grove. Old advertising is displayed on the gable end, for Hemingway's Ales. The photograph is taken from Glencoe View.
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