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Search Aspect ( Rodney Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Rodney Street (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a yard and stables on Rodney Street off York Road. Through the entrance to the yard a building is visible with a man and boy looking out from the doorway.
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York Road, nos.32-34 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the south side of York Road showing nos.32 and 34, between Rodney Street on the left and Vincent Street on the right. These former shops have closed down prior to demolition and are covered with advertising hoardings, including one for the Empire Theatre. Just visible to the right of Vincent Street is the Fleece Inn.
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York Road, nos.32-34 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the south side of York Road showing nos.32 and 34 between Rodney Street on the left and Vincent Street on the right. These shops have closed down in preparation for demolition; buildings further back have already been demolished.
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York Road, nos.36-38 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of the south side of York Road, showing nos.36 and 38 between Sloe Street on the left and Rodney Street on the right. These premises are closed and prepared for demolition; no.38 on the left was formerly T.A. Laycock, butcher and no.36 Ann E. Swaby, general shopkeeper. On the other side of Sloe Street, no.40 is also boarded up prior to demolition.
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York Road, nos.36-38 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White imagec1938 View of empty properties on the south side of York Road, ready to be demolished. On the left, no.38 is the former premises of T.A. Laycock, butcher and the right no.36 was formerly the general store of Miss Anne E. Swaby. Sloe Street is to the left and Rodney Street right. Advertisements cover the walls and windows of the buildings, including ones for Lifebouy soap, the Picture House cinema and various newspapers.
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