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Results Found (10), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect ( Jackson Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Broadhead and Conyers (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image2nd March 1943. View of premises of Broadhead and Conyers, leather manufactures at Buslingthorpe Tannery on Meanwood Road near Jackson Road. In foreground are workmen laying foundations of an unidentified build up. On site is a cement mixer, wheelbarrows, bricks and other tools.
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Broadhead and Conyers (Buslingthorpe) (4 comments)
Black & White image23rd March 1943. View of Broadhead and Conyers, leather manufactures of Meanwood Road, near Jackson Road. In foreground are foundations and beginning of walls for unidentified building. On left are streets of terraced houses numbers 17 & 19 Jackson Road.
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Jackson Road (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image2nd March 1943. View of houses on Jackson Road, off Meanwood Road. A large area in the foreground is in the process of being walled with bricks.
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Jackson Road, piano repair works (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image23rd March 1943. View shows houses and the piano repair works on Jackson Road. Construction site and workmen in the foreground. Piles of bricks can be seen behind a wooden fence.
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Meanwood Road Public Baths, Meanwood Road (Buslingthorpe) (40 comments)
Colour imageImage shows Meanwood Road Public Baths located on Meanwood Road between the junction of Education Road and Jackson Road. It was opened on 29th April 1899 by the chairman of the Baths,Councillor Peter Laycock. The other members of the committee were present including the Lord Mayor of Leeds,Alderman Thomas Walter Harding J.P. Many local children first learned to swim here,attending swimming lessons from Meanwood Road School. An ex-pupil growing up in the 1950s remembers, pocket money permitting, the warming cups of hot Bovril and 'Salt Biscuits'(savoury crackers)on sale. There was also a machine in the entrance where a penny in the slot would provide a squirt of Brillcream to add the finishing touches to your newly washed and dried hair. Meanwood Road Baths closed in 1977.
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