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Search Aspect ( Hunslet Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View, Leeds Bridge (City Centre) (15 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This photo possibly dates from the 1920s, a view from the end of Lower Briggate. The River Aire and waterside can be seen with the bridge towards the left. The road on the left is Hunslet Road, moving right are Hunslet Lane. The triangular building at the junction of Hunslet Road and Hunslet Lane is Leeds Bridge House.
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Alderman Brook's House (Hunslet) (16 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Alderman Brook's house, Hunslet Lane. Large brick house now demolished. "A guide published in 1808 described Hunslet as 'a little more than a mile from Leeds'. Between the two places was a country lane - Hunslet Lane to Leeds people, and Leeds Lane to Hunslet people - and bordering it were fine residences. Of the few remaining, that know as Alderman Brook's house, is one of the most striking. It is notable for the geat number of windows, and also for the length of the building" (Mattison A and Meakin W 1908, The Romance of Old Leeds). Photograph Alf Mattison. The photographer Alfred Mattison was born in Hunslet in 1868. His passion for local history led to lecturing, photography and writing. In 1908 he wrote "The Romance of Old Leeds" based on his articles and photos for the Yorkshire Daily Observer. He died following a street accident in Leeds in Sept 1944.
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Anglo American Oil Company Ltd., unveiling of commemorative plaque. (Hunslet)
Black & White image1933. Image taken at the Anglo American Oil Company Ltd., a filling station at the corner of Hunslet Lane with South Brook(e) Street. The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman R.H. Blackburn has unveiled a commemorative plaque to mark the site of Brooke Hall, a 17th Century red brick residence built by Alderman Thomas Kitchingman. It eventually became the home of Alderman John Brooke who named it Brooke Hall. Both of these men held the office of Mayor of Leeds in 1688 and 1705, and 1736 and 1754 respectlively. When the filling station was rebuilt in 1975 the plaque was repositioned and once more unveiled by the Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Alan Pedley.
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Bridge End (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, but taken sometime in the 1890s the photo shows a curved row of 3-storey, brick built terraced retail premises, all of which appear to be empty. The building is covered in posters advertising an auction for the sale of building materials following street improvements. There are also other advertisements. There is a horse and cart waiting by the roadside and several men passing by, one of whom is looking at the photographer and carrying some kind of pail or basket.
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Eagle and Child Yard, Meadow Lane (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image13th May 1896. Situated between Meadow Lane and Hunslet Lane, Eagle and Child Yard was both domestic and business property. This view looks south west. Boxes, barrels and a handcart can be seen.
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