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Search Aspect ( Holroyd )
Location - Leeds & District

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Dairy Street nos. 7, 9, 9a, 11, 13, Holroyds Yard (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image16th September 1959. View along Dairy Street looking from the corner with Delph Lane. On the left is the premises of Arthur Agar, joiner and funeral director. The side is onto Holroyds Yard. The house standing to the right of Agar's is number 7 Dairy Street. Moving right are numbers 9, 9a, 11 and 13.
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Holroyd Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image22nd February 1961 The building to the left of this view is the back of premises of Auto Electric (Leeds) Ltd, car electrical engineers. A van belonging to Appleyard of Leeds Ltd, motor agents can be seen, based on North Street.
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Holroyd Yard (Holbeck) (3 comments)
Black & White image30th October 1944. View of derelict buildings in Holroyd Yard, alongside New Lane. Behind the building can be seen Byford & Hancock, ladies' hairdressers, in Meadow Lane.
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Holroyds Yard, Woodhouse Cliff no. 27 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image16th September 1959. This is looking across from the corner of Delph Lane and Dairy Street. On the left is number 27 Woodhouse Cliff. The rest of the block is Holroyds Yard, the premises being used by Arthur Agar, Joiner and Funeral Director. Dairy Street is to the right.
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Larchfield Foundry invoice (Stourton)
Black & White image23rd October 1896. Invoice from Holroyd, Horsfield and Wilson at Larchfield Foundry on Hunslet Road. They were contractors for waterwheel and line shaft repair to Thwaite Mills and the invoice concerns a waterwheel to be delivered to 'the same diametre and width as your present waterwheel'.
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