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Search Aspect ( Lyndhurst Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burmantofts Street, nos. 13, 15 Lyndhurst Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956, On the left edge of this view the corner of number 11 Burmantofts Street is visible. Moving right is the entrance to Moody's Yard, then numbers 13 and 15 Burmantofts Street. These properties had been linoleum merchants and a greengrocers respectively. Lyndhurst Street runs towards the right edge starting with number 1 on the left.
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Land clearance at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageMay/June 1964. Image shows cleared land at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, seen at the right edge. In the background, with the arched projection, is Marsh Lane Goods Station. In the centre old properties still stand including those in Moody's Yard and Lyndhurst Street. The land became the site of Agnes Stewart C. of E. High School.
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Land clearance at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageJuly 1964. Image shows land clearance taking place at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (seen right). The view looks through to Marsh Lane Goods Station, with the arched projections in the centre. On the left are old terraced properties off Burmantofts Street, located in Moody's Yard, Lyndhurst Street and Old Hall Street. The cleared land was to become the site of Agnes Stewart C. of E. High School.
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Land clearance, rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageJuly 1964. Land clearance is underway at the rear of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, located in Rider Street at the junction with New York Road. This was to become the site of Agnes Stewart C. of E. High School and involved the demolition of some old red brick properties in Lyndhurst Street, Old Hall Street and Moody's Yard. Properties in Burmantofts Street can be seen at the left edge.
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Lyndhurst Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956, View of the even numbered side of Lyndhurst Street, number 26 to the left. Numbers run in descending order to the right. These properties were back-to-backs.
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