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Search Aspect ( Sackville Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Belfort Court (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th February 1897. Belfort Court, number 34 Sackville Street. Off Meanwood Road. Collapse of Sheepscar Beck wall. Belfort Court on right. Note cracking of brickwork over door. Man under bridge. Six figures on bridge, spanning Sackville Street. Gas lamp and telegraph pole.
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Belfort Street nos. 1, 3, Sackville Street no. 38 (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White image13th October 1960 This is looking across Sackville Street to Belfort Street. On the left Belfort Place is just visible. Number 38 Sackville Street is the business of J. Baxter selling groceries. Moving right are numbers 1 and 3 Belfort Street.
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Lorraine Place, Sackville Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image13th October 1960 This is looking from Sackville Street along the even numbered side of Lorriane Street. Sackville Street is on the left, two children are on the doorstep of 29, which has a boardedup shop window. Lorraine Terrace can be seen behind on the left edge.
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Lorraine Street nos. 1 - 5, Sackville Street no. 42 (Sheepscar)
Black & White image26th October 1960 On the left is Midgeley's butcher's shop this was 87 Sheepscar Street North, with the side window onto Sackville Street. Moving right is 42 Sackville Street, then Lorraine Street. Number 1 has a covered bicycle outside next is 3, then 5 on the right.
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Lorraine Street, Sackville Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image28th October 1960 Looking from Sackville Street to the even numbered side of Lorriane Street. On the left Stanhope Place can be seen, then 14 Lorraine Street, moving right numbers follow in descending order to 2, which is at the corner. The shop is 40 Sackville Street, the name Binns is over the window. Two girls are standing outside. On the right is Belfort Place.
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