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Results Found (11), Result Page (1 of 3)
Search Aspect ( St Mary''s Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Gibson Street, St Mary's Lane, no 26 (Burmantofts)
Black & White image1956, On the left edge of this view, the back of number 29 Burmantofts Street is visible. Moving right number 13 Gibson Street has a car parked outside. Numbers 15 and 17 follow in sequence. The garage building is number 19a with the small street to the right providing access to numbers 19 and 21. Continuing right, another garage adjoined to number 23. The shop on the corner on the right edge is number 26 St Mary's Lane.
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Lyndhurst Street, nos. 35 - 41, St Mary's Lane, no 14 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image1956, View looking onto the end of Lyndhurst Street from St Mary's Lane. On the left edge, the door of number 35 Lyndhurst Street can be seen followed to the right by numbers 37 and 39. These were through houses with entrances on Lyndhurst Place. The shop on the corner is a grocers, proprietor is A. M. Rae, this is number 41 Lyndhurst Street. To the right of this is number 14 St Mary's Lane, then the entrance to Lyndhurst Place on the right edge.
[internal reference; 2003324_99094791:WYAS(Argyle Road) Box 6/1 No. 48]
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New Church Place, No. 50 (Mabgate)
Black & White image6th March 1963 View of number 50 New Church Place, a blind back red brick terraced dwelling between Mabgate and St Mary's Lane. The clock tower of St Mary's Church rises above the roof line. At the time of the photograph this house was owned by Mrs Ruth Quirk.
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New Church Place, St Mary's Lane, Number 9 (Mabgate) (1 comment)
Black & White image1956, On the left edge of this view, St Mary's Sunday School can be seen. Moving right, number 9 St Mary's Lane which had been the business of James Byron, a grocer and provisions dealer until some time in the late 1930s. New Church Place continues to the right, numbers descend from number 84 on the left. A man lights a street lamp on the right edge.
[internal reference; 200333_4407900:WYAS Argyle Road. Box 6/2. No 111]
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Old Hall Street, St Mary's Lane (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image1956, View looking at the corner of St Mary's Lane and Old Hall Street. On the left edge a house on Gibson Street can just be seen, moving right, four properties on St Mary's Lane then the junction with Old Hall Street. Number 28 is on the left edge of the row with numbers running in descending order to the right.
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