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Search Aspect ( Skinner Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Concord Street looking to Skinner Lane (Leylands)
Black & White image4th September 1950. Looking north from Concord Street to Skinner Lane. On the left is Abrahams, Wholesale Clothiers at no.31 Concord Street. In the middle and on the right are some terraced houses, some have broken windows. In the middle is a lumber yard with a crane in it. In the foreground is a cobbled street and waste land.
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Concord Street, Abrahams (Leylands)
Black & White image4th September 1950. On the left is S. Abrahams (Leeds) Ltd., Wholesale Clothiers at no. 31 Concord Street. To the right is a row of terraced houses; the ones on the right have broken windows. Far right is Skinner Lane. In the middle is a lumber yard with a crane. In the foreground is waste ground.
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Cross Stamford Street / Skinner Lane (Sheepscar)
Black & White image7th November 1929. Junction of Cross Stamford Street with Skinner Lane, empty shop premises on the corner. The Stamford Arms Public House can be seen on the far right of the photograph. A handcart is parked in the street.
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Cross Stamford Street. (Sheepscar)
Black & White image6th February 1907. Junction with Skinner Lane. Cross Stamford Street is on the left. Workmen are measuring a corner shop, previously a grocers. A few children dressed in the style of the period are watching.
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Junction of Cross Stamford Street and Skinner Lane (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th April 1928. View of junction of Skinner lane with Cross Stamford Street. Building on corner has been demolished and workmens barriers surround the area. Signs on gable end of remaining property states 'Read the News of the World', 'J.T. Wright & Sons established 1845 Building Contractor'.
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