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Ashley Road, Chapel Works (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. View of Chapel Works in Ashley Road where Rubber Products Ltd. are based. This is the former United Methodist Church which opened in the December of 1906. It could accommodate 400 people and replaced a smaller chapel dating from 1898. In 1984 Chapel Works caught fire and was severely damaged forcing demolition of the building.
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Bexley Road, number 15 (Harehills) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. View of number 15 Bexley Road, a corner shop selling groceries and household goods, located at the junction with Bayswater Place. The propietor is pictured in front of the corner entrance. The property is marked on a more modern map as housing the North British Housing Association. The locality is between Roundhay Road and Harehills Road.
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Chapeltown Road, number 149, H.S.B. Desmond's (Chapeltown)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. Image shows number 149, Chapeltown Road, the business of Herbert S.B. Desmond. The sign above the frontage reads 'B Beautiful Unisex Hairdressing Salon & Beauty Centre'. A pyramid sign on the pavement advertises various hair treatments including flashes, coldstraight perm, hot press tints, conditioning trim, dandruff treatment, blow-out blow-wave and braiding plait. The shop also sells Reggae records and tapes. Number 149 Chapeltown Road is part of a parade of shops located between the junctions of Savile Road and Savile Place.
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Holborn area looking towards Woodhouse Ridge (Woodhouse)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. View from the Holborn area of Woodhouse, looking towards Woodhouse Ridge. The flats in the foreground are in Holborn Terrace and the white properties on the left are in Holborn Street. Through the gap between the buildings terraced properties also in Holborn Street are visible. In the background there are streets of old red brick terraced housing located off Woodhouse Street. The Victorian school with the clocktower is Quarry Mount County Primary School in Cross Quarry Street, which originated as a Council School. Nowadays the school is addressed as Pennington Street.
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Holborn Street, rear view (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. View from the rear of Holborn Street looking in the direction of Woodhouse Ridge and Meanwood Road. The terraced houses are numbered, from left to right, 38 to 5 Holborn Street. The white, flat-roofed properties at the bottom are at right angles to the terraced houses and are in a block of four numbered 1, 1a, 3 and 3a Holborn Street. Holborn Terrace, bottom right, joins Woodhouse Street and a caravan is parked there. At the top, left, the semi-detached houses are in Marian Terrace and the row of, perhaps, garages seen opposite them are on the corner of Marian Terrace and Marian Road. On the derelict land adjacent to the garages it is possible to see the footprint of rows of back-to-back terraced houses. These were called Marian Avenue, Marian View, Marian Mount and Melville Road and ran between Melville Mount and Marian Road. Jubilee Road runs towards the group of buildings near the right edge. The partly demolished building without a roof was at one time the Electra Cinema in Jubilee Terrace at the junction with Cross Speedwell Street. It had opened in 1916 but was closed in 1957. The building later became a Printing Works, the base of Partridge Printers (Leeds) Ltd. The terraced homes in the background, left, are in Johnston Street.
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