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Results Found (35), Result Page (1 of 7)
Search Aspect ( Horse and Cart )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abbey Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image24th September 1923 Stretch of Abbey Road, bordered by land belonging to W. Plews and the trustees of J.H. Denton. The boundary wall is of broken stone. Workmen can be seen with a horse and cart. Road is cobbled with tramlines.
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Aberford Road, horse and cart (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Aberford Road taken circa 1900 showing a woman and young boy beside a costermongers horse drawn cart. Rows of terraced houses with a gentlemans country estate beyond the solitary tree.
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Austhorpe Road. postcard (Cross Gates)
Black & White imagec1905. Postcard with a postmark of 26th August 1905 showing Austhorpe Road looking towards the junction with Station Road. On the right, with a lady standing in the doorway, is Thompson's grocers, then on the corner is the Travellers Rest public house. A man with a horse and cart can be seen on the road. In the background are Cross Gates Farm, to the left, and the Police Station , centre.
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Berking Avenue, York Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image18th September 1935 Number 9 Berking Avenue, off York Road. Wood yard, business of John Treen and sons. View into yard shows horse and cart, cart loaded with logs. A stable is at the end of the yard, on the left, under roofed area, two men are working. Wood and ladders are around the yard. An old lawnmower is next to the gate.
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Bishopgate Street, improvement (City Centre)
Black & White image16th June 1899. View of Bishopgate Street taken during improvement works. A partially demolished building is seen on the right; this was formerly the premises of Hepton Bros., mantle manufacturers. In the foreground, a horse-drawn cart bearing the name D. Milton of Sweet Street West, Holbeck, is loaded with wooden planks.
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