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Search Aspect ( Jenner Street )
Location - Leeds & District

Coleridge Street, nos.4-12, Jenner Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image17th June 1960 Coleridge Street, seen from Jenner Street, this portion of the street numbered from 4-12. Number 12 is on the left side, to the right numbers follow in sequence. A window cleaner is at work outside number 8, 4 is at the corner with Jenner Street. Shakespeare Terrace is on the right, with a grocers shop on the corner.
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Jenner Street, nos.19-29, Coleridge Street, no.2 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image21st June 1960 Jenner Street, looking from Coleridge Street. On the left is number 19, then moving right, numbers follow in sequence to 29, which is on the right. On the right, the house is number 2 Coleridge Street, behind is Jenner Place.
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Jenner Street, nos.5-13 (Burmantofts)
Black & White image7th July 1960 On the left is number 5 Jenner Street, followed by numbers in ascending order to the right, ending with 13. On the right edge, the wall of the Rock Inn public house can just be seen.
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Jenner Street, The Rock Inn (Burmantofts) (6 comments)
Black & White image21st June 1960 The Rock Inn, which was on Jenner Street. A hanging sign for John Smiths Magnet Ales is on the wall.
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Rock Inn, Jenner Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the Rock Inn at number 15 Jenner Street, Burmantofts. The woman standing in the doorway is likely to be the licensee, Mary Whittam, and the boy her son Jack. Mary was licensee at the Rock, which was licensed for beer only, from 1927 to 1936. Prior to that the licensee was Thomas Whittam, and it is likely that Mary took over after the death of her husband in 1926. The whole area was demolished in the 1960s as part of a major slum clearance programme, and the Shakespeare Primary School now occupies the site.
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