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Search Aspect ( Pleasant Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Domestic Street, near railway viaduct (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White image8th February 1980. View of Domestic Street just to the south-east of the railway viaduct. In the foreground is an area of wasteland which is shortly to be developed as Ingram Gardens. On the left of the picture is the Order of Druid's Working Men's Club. The junction with Balm Walk can be seen in the centre, with the tower block of Meynell Heights behind. On the right is the junction with Pleasant Street.
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King's Arms, Stocks Hill (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View of the King's Arms public house at no.20 Stocks Hill, showing it boarded up and for sale in the summer of 2010. The pub, which closed in 2008, dates back to the mid-19th century though with alterations made in the early 20th century and it is a Grade II listed building as well as being on CAMRA's Yorkshire Regional Inventory of historic pub interiors. The junction with Pleasant Street is on the left.
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King's Arms, Stocks Hill (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View dating from Summer 2010 showing the King's Arms public house at no.20 Stocks Hill, by the junction with Pleasant Street, seen in the foreground. This Grade II listed building, built in the mid 19th century, closed down in 2008 and is shown here boarded up and for sale. Its substantially original interiors have granted it a place on CAMRA's Yorkshire Regional Inventory of historic pub interiors but at the time of writing in 2011 its future is uncertain.
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Pleasant Avenue, No. 2, Pleasant Grove No. 4, rear (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated View shows number 2 Pleasant Avenue and to the right, number 4 Pleasant Grove from the rear. These were part of a group of three dwellings owned at the time by Paxtons and Mr F. Teesdale. They are in a semi derelict condition and awaiting demolition. Pleasant Street can be seen left.
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