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Location - Leeds & District

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Briggate junction laid out in Low Fields Road Yard (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White image1937. View of the tram track for Briggate junction as it had been laid out in Low Fields Road Yard, the Corporation Depot. At the left edge the gable end of the New Peacock Inn is visible at number 142 Elland Road. Beyond the yard is the Holbeck Cricket Club ground and streets in the Hoxton's can be seen across the background. The ground and roof-tops have a light covering of snow.
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Briggate junction, assembled at Low Fields Road Yard (Holbeck)
Black & White image1937. Image looks from the Corporation Depot, Low Fields Road Yard, towards Elland Road which runs across the background. Tram track for the Briggate junction has been assembled in the yard as part of a modernisation of the system. In the background, left of centre, the New Peacock Inn at number 142 Elland Road is visible. Behind it, on the opposite side of Elland Road is B. Whitaker & Sons Ltd., Brickmakers, between Hartley Street and Hoxton Mount. The gable ends of four terraced streets can be seen right of centre; Hoxton Mount, Hoxton Grove, Hoxton Terrace and Hoxton Place (at right edge). In between Low Fields Road Yard and Elland is the Holbeck Cricket Club ground.
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Briggate Junction, laid out at the Corporation Depot in Low Fields Road (Holbeck)
Black & White image1937. Image shows the tram track for Briggate Junction laid out at the Corporation Depot in Low Fields Road. In the background the tall chimney belongs to the brick works in Elland Road (B. Whitaker & Sons Ltd.) between Hartley Street and Hoxton Mount. To the right of the chimney is the New Peacock Inn at number 142 Elland Road, next to the junction with Low Fields Road. Beyond the yard in the foreground is the Holbeck Cricket Club ground. The streets seen in the background, right, are, from left to right, Hoxton Mount, Hoxton Grove and Hoxton Terrace. These are streets of red brick back-to-back terraced homes. The corporation yard was opposite the east side of Elland Road football ground, home to Leeds United.
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Elland Road, looking South East (Beeston) (13 comments)
Black & White image12th January 1950. View looking south east on Elland Road at junction with Low Fields Road. Hoxton Place, Hoxton Grove, Hoxton Mount and Hoxton Terrace are visible. A wooden fence, a lampost and tram lines can be seen.
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