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Search Aspect ( Hollerton Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Frost Corner, 174-176 Westerton Road (Tingley)
Colour imageUndated. View of stone properties in Westerton Road, foreground, at the junction with Hollerton Lane, left. This area was known locally as Frost Corner as the row of cottages in Westerton Road was built by the Frost family. They managed the corner shop, the last proprietor being Miss Frost who lived until the 1960s. After that date the shop at 174-176 Westerton Road was run by Dennis Trafford who installed electric lighting to replace the original gaslights.
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Frost Corner, at the junctions with Westerton Road, Constable Road, Hollerton Lane and Haigh Moor Road (Tingley)
Colour imageUndated. View of Frost Corner at the junctions with Westerton Road (where vehicle is parked), Constable Road, (off camera, left), Hollerton lane at the left edge (where cars are parked) and Haigh Moor Road (foreground). This area is known locally as Frost Corner because the Frost family built the cottages and managed the corner shop. The last surviving member of the Frost family to occupy one of the properties was Miss Frost, grandaughter of the builder. She died in the 1960s. Frost Corner shop was sold to Dennis Trafford and he replaced the original gas lighting with electric. In this image the shop is now L & B. News and is numbered as 174-176 Westerton Road.
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Haigh Moor Road at the junction with Westerton Road. (Tingley)
Colour imageAugust 1967. View of Haigh Moor Road, foreground, looking towards the junction with Westerton Road. This is the terminus for the Westerton Road. This is the terminus for the Westerton - New Farnley bus route at what was called Frost Corner. A row of stone built terraced houses can be seen, numbering from left to right, 174 to 162 Westerton Road. The end property is a shop run by Perkins and Trafford at number 174. The road which runs past the gable end of the shop, in the background, left, is Hollerton Lane. Since this photograph was taken there has been much housing development along Hollerton Lane which at this time was an unmade road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Haigh Moor Road, Post Office at number 2 (Tingley)
Colour imageUndated. View of the Post Office at number 2 Haigh Moor Road. It stands at the junctions of Haigh Moor Road, Constable Road, Westerton Road and Hollerton Lane and was built in the 1940s. This used to be part of West Ardsley but due to boundary changes it is now part of Tingley.
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Tingley Mini Mart & Headlines Hair Salon, Westerton Road (Tingley)
Colour imageUndated. Image taken from Westerton Road showing Tingley Mini Mart at number 178 and Headlines Hair Salon at number 178a. The properties stand at the crossroads with Westerton Road, Hollerton Lane, Haigh Moor Road and Constable Road. Hollerton Lane is visible on the right. This one storey brick building formerly (pre 1967) housed the old West Ardsley Co-op. The two storey house was built by the Strickland family who later ran a business here. They installed a washerette in the part of the building now occupied by Headlines.
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