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Search Aspect ( Kildare Place )
Location - Leeds & District

Kildare Place, Saunders Valve Co Ltd (Wortley)
Black & White image21st September 1971 View shows one of two entrances to the premises of Saunders Valve Co Ltd. This entrance was on the end of Kildare Place. On the left edge are entrances to outside toilets for the use of back-to-back properties out of view.
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Whitehall Road at the junction with Gelderd Road, Trolley and Tram Junction (Wortley) (4 comments)
Black & White image1911. Image shows the trolley and tram junction at the junction with Whitehall Road, left, foreground and right of centre background and Gelderd Road. foreground right and background, left. The tram track curves round from Whitehall Road into Gelderd Road. In the centre are buildings in Westfield Place and behind them the tall chimney of Union Mills at numbers 123 and 125 Whitehall Road. The railings seen on the extreme right belong to Whitehall Road Council School. Behind the railings the back-to-back red brick terraced streets of Kildare Terrace, Kildare Street and Kildare Place are visible. Work is being carried out on the tram system, a small workman's hut towards the right is signed ' Leeds City Tramways' Permanent Way Dept'.
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Whitehall Road nos. 118, 120, Kildare Place nos. 1, 3 (Wortley)
Black & White image21st September 1971 On the left edge of this view, number 1 Winnie Terrace can be seen. In the centre are two shops on Whitehall Road. Number 120 is a general store run by Emily Mellor. Number 118 is Dorothy's hair stylists. Moving right are numbers 1 and 3 Kildare Place.
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