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Search Aspect ( Low Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Balcombe Grove, Low Road no 29 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image11th March 1968, Two properties on Low Road stand to the left of this view, Car Disposals at number 29 selling spare parts and tyres and an empty shop at number 29a. Balcombe Grove runs to the right in ascending order from number 1 on the left. Included in slum clearance plans for the Hunslet area.
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Balmoral Grove, Low Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image20th August 1963 Image shows Balmoral Grove on the left and nos. 98 to 110 Low Road on the right. These back-to-back terraced houses have a main elevated entrance and also a front cellar entrance(unseen). In some cases clothes are hung out on lines stretched across privated walled in gardens on the far right. Railings sit atop garden walls and gates display decorative metal scrollwork.
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Baptist Tabernacle, Low Road (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image27th June 1930. Built in 1836, this is the oldest non-conformist chapel in Leeds, still used for worship. It is a grade II listed building. This is a side view. Each window has a sign `ancient lights`. This is the right to enjoy light,it is acquired by lapse of time from twenty years continuos enjoyment of access to light from claimants land, without any written consent from the owner of the land, from which the enjoyment is claimed. This right will continue despite change of ownership. Presumably claim established by the chapel to control building on site to the side seen here.
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Baptist Tabernacle, Low Road (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th October 1929. Established 1836, a brick building with plastered front and porch. This is the oldest non-conformist chapel in Leeds still being used for worship. It is a grade II listed building.
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Bower Place (Hunslet)
Black & White image25th September 1929 View of Bower Place showing back to back terraced houses with cellars. Washing hung out across street. Gas lamp stands on corner with John Wright Confectioners behind at 14 Low Road and John Mawson, Cycle repairs at 16 on junction with Bower Street.
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