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Search Aspect ( Sheepscar Street South )
Location - Leeds & District

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Appleyard of Leeds (Sheepscar) (4 comments)
Black & White image31st May 1929. View of Appleyard of Leeds Ltd., garage, on junction of North Street with Sheepscar Street South. The car showroom can be seen on the left with the petrol forecourt on the right. Business on the left is Sheepscar Furniture Stores (Prop: Myer Wolfe) at number 9 Sheepscar Street South.
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Appleyard Petrol Station (Sheepscar)
Black & White image31st May 1929. View of Appleyard of Leeds on the junction of Sheepscar Street South with North Street showing car showroom on the left, with petrol pumps on the right. The company was founded by John Ernest Appleyard who opened his first business on Park Row in 1919. The North Street Garage opened in October 1927.
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Appleyard Petrol Station, North Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image9th February 1928. View of Appleyard of Leeds during construction and looking towards Sheepscar Street South. The company was founded by John Ernest Appleyard, who opened his first business on Park Row in 1919. The North Street Garage opened in October 1927.
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Benson Street, no.19, Sheepscar Street South (Sheepscar) (4 comments)
Black & White image18th October 1962 This is the corner of Benson Street and Sheepscar Street South. Benson Street is on the left, the large factory building was number 19. Used for tailoring and sewing, it has been constructed with the maximun number of windows to give the best light. In this view it is occupied by Davies Richardson Tailors Ltd and Moss Miller, general warehousemen. Next on the right are the premises of L. Rosenbloom and Sons, joiners. Their address was 2 Vulcan Street. Sheepscar Beck is running past these buildings, set down the banking beyond the railings following the line of Sheepscar Street South.
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Clay Pit Lane, looking towards Meanwood Road and North Street (Little London)
Black & White imageUndated. View from Clay Pit Lane with part of Oatland Heights seen on the left. Just behind these high rise flats the old Midland Bank building is visible at the junction of Meanwood Road and North Street. It is addressed as number 195 North Street and is also known as Northwood House. From the centre to the right edge, properties in North Street can be seen. Behind North Street is Sheepscar Street South and a Motor Repair Works as well as Sheepscar Works. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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