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Search Aspect ( Low Moor Side )
Location - Leeds & District

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Croysdale Court, Low Moor Side (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated, Looking down Croysdale Court, number 1 is on the left, the corner of the wall and part of a street lamp can be seen. Number 9 is the cottage facing, with a clothing factory behind. Moving right, the houses are through properties with entrances on Low Moor Side, where they numbered 41 to 53.
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Croysdale Court, Rear View of Low Moor Side nos. 41 - 45 (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, Croysdale Court, the houses in view had entrances on Low Moor Side, facing Holbeck Moor. Number 41 is on the left, then 43 and 45 to the right.
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Croysdale Court, Rear View of Low Moor Side nos. 41 - 47 (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated, Croysdale Court, rear view of numbers 41 to 47 Low Moor Side. Each home has a wash house, this is the single storey building with chimney. Here a fire would have been lit under a boiler or set-pot to provide hot water. There is also one outside toilet for each house.
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Holbeck Towers, Holbeck Moor Road (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows paths, flanked by flower gardens, on Holbeck Moor. The top path runs parallel with Holbeck Moor Road (to the right-hand side of the gardens), and the bottom path follows the line of Elland Road. The two blocks of flats in view are Holbeck Towers. St Matthew's Church is seen towards the left and to the left of the church the Sunday schoolroom is visible through the trees. On the right is the Hope Inn at number 37 Low Moor Side. Eventually, the 1960s scheme for Holbeck Towers was completed with a total of five blocks of high rise flats built on Holbeck Moor Road to accommodate around 400 residents. These are expected to be demolished by 2010 to make way for new housing and regeneration of the area.
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Hope Inn, at Low Moor Side (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, A rear view of the Hope Inn at Low Moor Side looking across from the cleared site of Croysdale Court. The landlord of the Hope Inn at this time was Tom Clayton.
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