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Search Aspect ( St. John''s Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abyssinia Street from Belle Vue Road (Burley) (13 comments)
Black & White imageSeptember 1966. View of Abyssinia Street taken from Belle Vue Road, looking towards St. Michael's College, situated in St. John's Road. The first junction to be seen on the left is Abyssinia Place, then Abyssinia Terrace followed by Back Abyssinia Terrace. The houses on the left are numbered 3, 5 and 7 Abyssinia Street. The row of through terraces on the right number from 2 to 30 Abyssinia Street and back onto Back Abyssinia Street.
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St. John's Road, Fire Tank (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970s. View of St. John's Road showing the junction with Victoria Terrace on the left. In the foreground a fireman is seen demonstrating the position of a fire-tank, an underground chamber with direct access to the city's water mains, for use by the fire service in the event of a major fire in the area. Reproduced with the kind permission of the West Yorkshire Fire Service
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St. Michael's College, St. John's Road (Burley) (15 comments)
Black & White imageSeptember 1966. View of St. Michael's College located on the north-east side of St. John's Road. It shows the main entrance to the old part of the building.
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St. Michael's College, St. John's Road (Burley) (14 comments)
Black & White imageSeptember 1966. View of St. Michael's College on St. John's Road. It opened as the Leeds Catholic College on 18th September 1905 and in 1906 acquired St. John's Lodge. A new building was constructed which opened at Easter 1909 and the old one became occupied by the Jesuit Community. The school became known as St. Michael's College in 1933. This image shows the older part of the building, right, and the more modern annexe, left.
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