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Search Aspect ( Roseberry Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Dalmeny Place at the junction with Kirkstall Road, Scooter Boy (Burley) (4 comments)
Black & White image1969. Image shows a young 'Scooter Boy' as he sits on his customised machine in Dalmeny Place, near the junction with Kirkstall Road. The white painted brick building on the right is Lens Scooter Shop at number 255 Kirkstall Road. Italian motor scooters, like Lambrettas and Vespas, became part of a youth subculture that originated in the industrial north of England in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The scooter is a 'cutdown' where parts of the bodywork have been cut away to expose the mechanics. The owner has also added chrome plated accessories and extra mirrors. Typically, the boy is wearing an army surplus type parka and a thin scarf. Evidence of demolition is in the background with an area of wasteland where Dalmeny Street and Roseberry Terrace once stood, Roseberry Street is still standing, top left. These streets were red brick back-to-back terraced homes. Running across the background is the Cardigan Clothing Factory. There is a soft drink delivery wagon parked behind the boy.
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Roseberry Place (Burley) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1963. A little girl poses for the camera in Roseberry Place, a street of red brick, back-to-back terraced homes located between Milford Place and the Cardigan Clothing Factory. Part of the factory can be seen in the background and behind it are the huge cooling towers of Kirkstall Power Station. The little girl is Brenda Johnson who once lived at number 18 Roseberry Place. On the left, houses are back-to-back with Lennox Place and on the right, with Roseberry Street. On the right-hand side of Roseberry Place two coach-built prams are parked, both with sunshades. These streets were located off Kirkstall Road but are now demolished.
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Roseberry Street nos. 1 - 7, Milford Place no. 10 (Burley)
Black & White image29th March 1966 On the left of this view are the premises of Dennis Gibson, licensed betting office listed at this time as the business of Reg Gibson. This was number 10 Milford Place. Moving right onto Roseberry Street, back-to-back houses can be seen, numbers 1 to 7, from left to right.
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Roseberry Street nos. 10 - 16 (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White image29th March 1966 Block of four back-to-back houses on Roseberry Street with outside toilet blocks at each end. Numbers run in sequence from 16 on the left to 10 on the right.
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Roseberry Street nos. 17 - 23 (Burley)
Black & White image29th March 1966 Back-to-back houses on the odd numbered side of Roseberry Street, numbers run from 17 to 23 left to right. A white Austin Mini can be seen parked outside number 19.
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