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Search Aspect ( North Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cross Gates Lane and Station Road (Cross Gates)
Black & White image20th February 1937. View of end of path leading up to North Terrace, with semi-detached houses with gardens on the left and outbuildings on the right of the path. On the right foregound is a butchers, Atkinsons. Advertising hoardings are in the extreme right advertising Cephos a flu remedy
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Cross Gates Lane and Station Road (Cross Gates) (1 comment)
Black & White image20th February 1937. View of junction of Cross Gates Lane and Station Road with isolated shop in centre. There is a weighing machine outside the shop. Two boys with bicycles can be seen and a man with a horse and cart. Short row of terraced houses in the background. On the right in the background is Atkinson's the butchers and path leading to North Terrace.
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Crossgates, aerial view (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Crossgates showing the roundabout to the centre. In the bottom left-hand corner is Crossgates Lane with the Regal Cinema standing adjacent to it. Above, going off to the left, is the Ring Road. At the top left edge part of the Manston Estate is visible, including the curve of Manston Crescent. From Manston Crescent, Tranquillity runs across to join Austhorpe Road. North Terrace meets the centre of Tranquillity from the top edge. From the junction the road continues downwards as Tranquillity Avenue. Moving right from the roundabout, Station Road is visible with Austhorpe Road joining it from the top edge and Farm Road going off to the right. Heading from the roundabout to the bottom edge is Crossgates Road. The white building is the library (which opened in 1939) with the police station to the left of it.
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North Street, Eagle Tavern (Sheepscar) (4 comments)
Black & White image23rd October 1962 To the left is the corner with Benson Street, then the Eagle Tavern public house. This is one of the oldest pubs in Leeds, famous for serving 'real ale'. S. B. London's Cutting Service is number 184, next to the right bay window of the Eagle. Goldie Shepler shoe shop has two units numbered 180. North Terrace is on the right, leading to a row of three Georgian houses.
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North Terrace (Sheepscar)
Black & White image23rd October 1962 Row of three Georgian houses, situated off North Street. Between numbers 178 and 180 an entrance led to the houses. They were next to the Eagle Hotel Yard, which was behind the public house.
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