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Search Aspect ( Pleasant Mount )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Domestic Street, looking north-west (Holbeck) (13 comments)
Black & White image18th February 1980. View looking north-west along Domestic Street towards the railway viaduct in the distance. On the left is the forecourt of a petrol filling station. The next building along, William Hill bookmakers, has an advertising hoarding for Bisto gravy on the side. On the right are the junctions with Pleasant Mount and Pleasant Terrace.
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Domestic Street, Pleasant Mount Junction (Holbeck) (6 comments)
Black & White image18th February 1980. View of Domestic Street showing the junction with Pleasant Mount on the right. A tattooist on the corner at no. 75 Domestic Street offers 'expert tattoo removal' and 'painless ear piercing'. An advertising hoarding for Asda supermarket covers the wall. On the left of the picture is Holbeck Mills Cash and Carry Carpet Warehouse, formerly the United Methodist Chapel. The junctions with Ingram View and Willoughby Terrace are at either side, with Willoughby Avenue further along and the gasholder in Wellington Road can be seen in the distance.
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St. Matthew's Street, Pleasant Mount Junction (Holbeck)
Black & White image18th February 1980. View of St. Matthew's Street showing the junction with Pleasant Mount. The Bull's Head public house can be seen in the centre. In the foreground is an area of land where houses have been demolished.
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St. Matthew's Street, Pleasant Terrace Junction (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White image18th February 1980. View of the junction of Pleasant Terrace with St. Matthew's Street on the right, showing houses on Pleasant Terrace numbered 13 - 19 from left. The cobbled street of Pleasant Mount can be seen in the foreground in front of an area where further terraced housing has been demolished.
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