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Results Found (23), Result Page (1 of 5)
Search Aspect ( Hyde Park Corner )
Location - Leeds & District

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Frank Palmer, Licensed Petroleum Spirit Store (Hyde Park)
Black & White image1957. Image taken outside Frank Palmer's Licensed Petroleum Spirit Store with a Kodak Brownie camera in 1957. The garage was located at number 1 Hyde Park Corner, on the east side, adjacent to The Crescent. Two men in overalls are working under the bonnet of a car.
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Headingley Lane (Hyde Park)
Black & White image13th May 1935. View of Headingley Lane looking towards Hyde Park Corner at shops with sun blinds pulled down. On the right is Hyde Park Motors showroom with a garage next door which has petrol pumps and a large clock on top of a decorative post. A car in the garage is being looked at by a mechanic with the driver standing at the side. Further down the street are shops which have a large billboard over them covered with posters which are not identifiable. The steeple of Wrangthorn St. Augustine's Church can be seen in the background. Road with tramlines visible in the foreground.
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Headingley Lane, near Hyde Park Corner (Hyde Park)
Black & White image24th November 1937. View across Headingley Lane which has cobbles, tram lines and overhead tram wires. The parade of shops seen include from left to right Herbert Spurr Jnr, stationer; George Crawshaw, chemist; Scarrs hardware merchant; Boots the Chemist; Charles W. Hardy taxi-cab proprieter and next door seller of fruit, veg, game, poultry and fish; A. W. Bottomley, draper. A black car is parked outside Scarrs and a small delivery van, no markings, is outside C. W. Hardys. On the pavement is a chauffeur in uniform.
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Headingley Lane, from Hyde Park Corner (Hyde Park)
Black & White image24th November 1937. View of Headingley Lane at Hyde Park Corner with Hyde Park Road on the left and Woodhouse Street on the right. On the left hand side of the road is a sign for Billiard Rooms and another for National Insurance Dispensing. On the pavement is a child in a pram and a three wheeled bicycle by the road side. On the right are traffic lights outside the Hyde Park Hotel. Next is a parade of shops which consists of A W Bottomly, draper; C W Hardy, sells fruit, veg, game and poultry; taxi cabs office; Boots the chemist; Scarrs hardware merchants; G Crawshaw, chemist; H Spurr, stationer; then across Regents Park Avenue is Midland Bank.
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Headingley Lane, Hyde Park Corner, butchers shop (Hyde Park)
Black & White imagec.1900 View of butchers shop, owned by J.& E. Atkinson at 1 Headingley Lane. The junction with Hyde Park Road is to the left. A man, presumably the shop owner, is standing in the doorway. A boy is leaning against the railings to the right. Along Hyde Park Road the building on the far left is number 267 owned by Laurette Dixon, draper and milliner. The church in the background is Wrangthorn, St Augustines. Photograph by Wormald of Leeds.
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