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Search Aspect ( Queens Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Holderness Terrace numbers 14 - 22 (Hyde Park)
Black & White image6th December 1972. Image shows Holderness Terrace numbered, from the left, 22 to 14. Holderness Terrace is a row of through, red brick terraced homes running between Queens Road, off camera, left, and Kings Road, off camera, right. This was one of a series of short streets between the two roads, and the names of the streets on either side were Howden Grove and Holderness Street. Queens Road and Kings Road are located off Alexandra Road. A car, reg: 570 EPY is parked outside number 14.
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Queens Road (Burley)
Black & White image19th April 1956. View of number 2 Queens Road, premises of W.S. Thomas grocers and greengrocers on the corner with Hartwell Road. Advertisements for Players Digger tobacco, Mansion polish, Brooke Bond tea, Craven A and Players Please visible.
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Royal Park Road (Hyde Park) (64 comments)
Black & White image23rd December 1968. Looking east along Royal Park Road across Queens Road towards Woodhouse Moor. People can be seen getting on a number 56 bus. R.H. Williams newsagent is on the left, and Queen's Road school on right. Queen's Road School opened on 28th September 1892, built to accommodate 1,367 pupils. The name was later changed to Royal Park School.
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Royal Park Rovers AFC Sunday League Football team (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Black & White imagelate 1960s. Image shows the Royal Park Rovers AFC, Sunday League Football team as they pose for a photograph outside the Royal Park Hotel at number 39 Queens Road.
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