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Search Aspect ( Meanwood Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Camp Road nos. 84a - 86, Meanwood Street nos. 1, 3 (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, To the left on Camp Road (called Oatland Lane at this time, now Lovell Park Road) is the Alfred House, number 86. Next Camp Street which is mostly demolished. Moving right, three shops 84b, 84 then 84a which is a large chemists. Business of S.A. Jackson, occupying the corner site with a window on Meanwood Street. Number 1 Meanwood Street is a Post Office and newsagents run by F and E Moorby, 3 on the right appears to be empty. The area where Camp Street had stood is visible across site of demolished property on Meanwood Street. Photo taken in the mid to late 1950s.
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Little London, aerial view (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Little London showing Camp Road (now Lovell Park Road) and Oatland Lane running from bottom left to top right. In the centre building work is in progress on the two tower blocks of Carlton Towers; above this, Carlton Croft, Close and Garth have yet to be built. Carlton Street (now Carlton Hill) runs across towards the top of the picture, with housing all around which has since been demolished and replaced. Below Camp Road are Lovell Road at the bottom left, Elmwood Street running towards the bottom right and Meanwood Street leading to the centre right, with St. Matthew's C of E Church on the corner. Houses around here have also since been replaced. At the centre left are various mills and factories, now demolished. Taken around the 1960s.
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Meanwod Road, during World War II (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1939-1945. View of Meanwood Road during World War II showing tramlines in the foreground. Dominating the background, left, is the King's Arms 'one of Tetley's houses' located at numbers 73 Meanwood Road next to the junction with Meanwood Street (centre.) The kerb is painted with black and white markings to aid pedestrians and road users during the black-outs. On the opposite corner of Meanwood Street is British Node Products at number 75 Meanwood Road, with Mrs. Elizabeth Grayson, butcher adjacent at number 77.
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Meanwood Road, Meanwood Street (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White image17th April 1958 The Kings Arms public house, serving Tetley beer. To the left are 69 and 71 Meanwood Road, Meanwood Street is on the right. This public house was demolished and a replacement built when the new Little London estate was constructed. This in turn was demolished, Machin upholstery company now are on this site.
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Meanwood Street (Little London)
Black & White imageOctober 1903 Situated off Camp Road, running down to Meanwood Road. View of brick property, partly obscured by trees. Elevation marks on photograph.
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