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Location - Leeds & District

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Armley Ridge Road, Armley Ridge Terrace (Armley) (2 comments)
Colour imagec. 1970s. View along Armley Ridge Road looking towards Stanningley Road taken from the main gates to Gott's Park. The back of Armley Ridge Terrace can be seen to the right. The spare ground on the right was formerly nos. 167-173 Armley Ridge Road.
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Armley Ridge Road, old stone cottages, numbers 167-175 (Armley) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of old, stone built cottages on Armley Ridge Road. The junction with Gotts Park Avenue is visible behind the trees. The numbers of these four cottages are 167,169,173,& 175 Armley Ridge Road (1947 directory). They all have the benefit of small back gardens. The little wall at the bottom left is the corner of the back yard of Armley Ridge Terrace, a row of six cottages that still exist today, with a pleasant outlook down Armley Ridge Road. In the background is Armley Ridge Square. The "ginnel" runs all the way behind the back gardens of Gotts park Avenue, emerging next to the Wyther Hotel.
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Armley Ridge Terrace (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. A very old image showing Armley Ridge Terrace, a group of six stone built houses located off Armley Ridge Road. They number from left to right, 6 to 1. The houses were owned by George Ballinger and passed to his son, Frederick, before being sold around the period of the Second World War. The Kelly's Directory of Leeds for 1913 lists George Frederick Ballinger, a gas stove finisher, as living at number 3 Armley Ridge Terrace. His son Frederick , in later years lived at number 6 with his family. The houses have long gardens which are planted with vegetables including cabbages. Gotts Park with the mansion, Armley House, golf course and rose garden is located, on the opposite side of Armley Ridge Road to Armley Ridge Terrace.
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Armley Ridge Terrace (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Armley Ridge Terrace, possibly taken when they were quite newly built. The residents, in late Victorian/Edwardian style dress have all come out of their homes for the photograph. At the time the terrace of stone built houses was owned by Mr George Ballinger who is listed in the Kelly's Directory of 1913 as living at number 3. This photograph came from the Ballinger family. The houses are numbered from left to right, 6 to 1. The lady standing alone outside no.3 may be the wife of the photographer, Mrs Catherine Bollinger. The couple at no.6, far left, have a baby in a perambulator and next door at no.5 a young woman holds the hand of a toddler. At the entrance of no.4 is possibly Martha Dickinson. She lived with her two unmarried daughters (seen in the garden), Amelia and Alice, both dressmakers. The grassed area in the foreground was eventually divided into strips to provide a garden for each dwelling. Armley Ridge Terrace is situated off Armley Ridge Road, opposite Gotts Park. Armley Ridge Road is at the right edge.
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Armley Ridge Terrace, Armley Ridge Road (Armley)
Colour imageFebruary 1969. View of Armley Ridge Terrace with Armley Ridge Road to the right. The terrace comprised 6 houses.
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