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Search Aspect ( Plaid Row )
Location - Leeds & District

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Vincent Street, showing rear of Fleece Inn (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1938 View of Vincent Street showing the rear of the Fleece Inn, which faces out onto York Road, on the right. The area is in the process of slum clearance and some houses on the left have already been demolished, giving a view through to Plaid Row.
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York Road, junction with Plaid Row (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the south side of York Road by the junction with Plaid Row. On the right, no. 28 York Road is partially boarded up, but an advertisement for John Sowden, plumber, says 'Business as usual', with 'enquiries to no.2 round the corner', referring to no. 2 Plaid Row on the left. The buildings were soon to be demolished as part of the slum clearance of the area. Advertisements for the Princess cinema and Picture House cinema can be seen on the right. In the background on the left is the chimney of Shannon Street Mills.
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York Road, junction with Plaid Row (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the south side of York Road showing the junction with Plaid Row on the left. In the centre, the premises of John Sowden, plumber, at no.28 York Road, are boarded up but a sign says 'Business as usual, enquiries to No.2 round the corner'. On the right are advertising hoardings including ones for Stork Margarine and the Princess and Picture house cinemas. Films advertised include 'Sailing Along', 'Paid to Dance', 'City Girl', 'Murder in Greenwich Village' and 'Penitentiary'. On the left is the Fleece Inn.
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York Road, south side (York Road)
Black & White image5th November 1938. View of the south side of York Road showing derelict buildings and advertising hoardings prior to slum clearance of the area. To the left of centre is the business of Arthur Lister, forage merchant, at no.22. On the far left, past the junction with Plaid Row, is the Fleece Inn.
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York Road, south side (York Road)
Black & White image5th November 1938. View of the south side of York Road showing empty buildings prior to slum clearance of the area. On the left, next to the junction with Sloe Street, are the former premises of T.A. Laycock, butcher, at no.38, then at no.36 the former shop of Mrs. Sarah Swaby. Further along are the junctions with Rodney Street, Vincent Street and Plaid Row, with the Fleece Inn situated between the latter two streets.
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