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Search Aspect ( Old Hall Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burmantofts Street, nos. 17, 19, 21, Old Hall Street (Burmantofts) (5 comments)
Black & White image1956, On the left edge, the side of number 15 Burmantofts Street and the entrance to Lyndhurst Street can be seen. Moving right, 2 shops at numbers 17 and 19 Burmantofts Street can be seen. On the left a cutlers and grinders, business of Alfonso Maturi and Sons and on the right a tobacconists, proprietor listed as Dunwell. The odd numbered side of Old Hall Street is next on the right with number 21 Burmantofts Street on the right edge. This was a doctors surgery, the plaques next to the door list the names Dr H Sinson and Dr Brian G. Irving.
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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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Old Hall Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956, View of the even numbered side of Old Hall Street. Numbers running in descending order from the left down to number 10. On the right edge are demolished remains of number 8 currently being used as a garage or storage space. In the background on the right, the rear of properties on Gibson Street are in view.
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Old Hall Street (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White image1956, View of the odd numbered side of Old Hall Street looking down to Burmantofts Street. Numbers run in ascending order from the left to number 23 on the right. The steps up to number 25 are visible on the right edge. An outside toilet block can be seen halfway along the row.
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