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Search Aspect ( Salisbury Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Calverley Board School (Parkside School) from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Calverley) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. This watercolour of Calverley Board School (later known as Parkside School) was painted from the artists bedroom window. From his home in Salisbury Street Fred Swaine was able to look across Victoria Park to the school. Salisbury Street was built in three phases in the 1890s and 1900s with the final phase in the middle added in 1910. The Board School was built at a cost of £4000 in 1900 to accommodate 264 children. Portman Street, where Fred Swaine once lived, runs between the buildings from the junction with Chapel Street, which cuts across from left to right. The roof in the foreground, left, belongs to the Cricket Pavillion in the park. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Carr Road, junction with Salisbury Street (Calverley)
Black & White imagec1983. View of Carr Road looking west showing the junction with Salisbury Street in the foreground. Beyond the junction, at nos.42-43 Salisbury Street, is the corner shop of A.K. Patel, newsagent, tobacconist, grocer and confectioner. On the right are houses on Carr Road, numbered from 50 to 58. In the background is the New Inn public house.
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Carr Road, looking west (Calverley)
Black & White imagec1983. View looking west along Carr Road. On the left is the junction with Salisbury Street, followed by A.K. Patel, newsagent, tobacconist, grocer and confectioner which is numbereed 42-43 Salisbury Street. Further along is Wan's Chinese and English takeaway at no.65 Carr Road. The New Inn public house is seen in the background on the right.
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Carr Road, south side (Calverley)
Black & White imagec1983. View shows the south side of Carr Road. First on the right is Wan's Chinese and English takeaway, then the shop of A.K. Patel, newsagent and tobacconist. Moving left, the junction with Salisbury Street follows, after which a house numbered 44 Salisbury Street is seen at the end of a terrace. Beyond this is Victoria Park then on the far left Calverley Methodist Church.
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Salisbury Street, looking towards Carr Road (Calverley)
Black & White imagec1983. View shows Salisbury Street looking towards the junction with Carr Road. On the left is no.41a, then no.41 with a 'For Sale' sign, and nos.42-43, the shop of A.K. Patel, newsagents, tobacconist, grocer and confectioner. Terraced houses on Carr Road, numbered (from right) 40-48, can be seen in the background.
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