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Search Aspect ( Melville Place )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Johnston Street, nos. 35-79 (Woodhouse) (6 comments)
Colour image3rd January 1976. View looking across to Johnston Street through a cleared area where the Melville and Speedwell streets used to be. Rubble from recently demolished houses can be seen in the foreground. Houses on Johnston Street are numbered (from left) 35 to 65 on the left hand side and 67 to 79 on the right. Ganton View, which forms back-to-backs with Johnston Street, is just visible through the gap in the centre; the end houses of the rows at either side of the gap, which face onto Ganton View, are numbered 50 and 52. Melville Place can be seen on the right.
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Melville Place nos. 1 - 7 (Woodhouse) (4 comments)
Black & White image23rd August 1965 On the left edge of this view is Melville Street. Moving right, odd numbered back-to-back houses on Melville Place run from 1 to 7. View looks from Melville Road. Included in slum clearance plans for the Woodhouse area.
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Melville Place nos. 10, 12, Rear View (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1st September 1965 View shows the back entrances and gardens to properties on Melville Place, number 10 on the left edge followed by number 12 to the right. These properties were due for demolition in line with the citywide slum clearance programme.
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Melville Place nos. 17 - 23, Johnston Street (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image23rd August 1965 View looks at the junction of Melville Place and Johnston Street. Houses on Melville Place run from 17 to 23 from the left edge to the shop was number 96 Johnston Street, a grocers with advertisements for Steradent for cleaning dentures and Findus frozen foods still quite a novelty at this time.
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Melville Place nos. 2, 4, Viscount Terrace nos. 1, 3 (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Black & White image23rd August 1965 View shows the junction of Melville Place and Viscount Terrace. Towards the left edge is a passageway giving access to a yard to the rear of these properties, followed to the right by number 4 Melville Place and is listed as the business of R. & E. Parkin. Numbers 1 and 3 Viscount Terrace follow to the right edge.
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