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Search Aspect ( Stainbeck Corner )
Location - Leeds & District

Stainbeck Corner nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image3rd December 1936. Situated at the junction of Stainbeck Lane and Harrogate Road. On the left, number 4 W.D. Perkins bakers shop, then moving right, Hargreaves Coal Merchants also 'Zip' dry cleaning agent, this is number 3. Next number 2, A Benton Shoe shop. Then Miss Kimber, ladies and childrens hairdresser is at number 1. There are Christmas decorations in this window.
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Stainbeck Corner, static water supply basin (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image23d July 1942. Construction of a static water supply basin in the grounds of Allerton House on the corner of Stainbeck Lane, digging and bricklaying in progress on the war-time project. The photograph shows Stainbeck Corner, with No. 2 Perkins Confectioners, J. Miles, No. 4, A. Benton's Shoe Shop and Trapp's Petrol Station. On the right, on Harrogate Road is the public library and police station (centre) with the Midland Bank, Thrift Stores and George Stephenson Butchers, on the other side of Town Street (left).
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Stainbeck Corner, tram no. 278 (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows tram no. 278 at Stainbeck Corner, the junction of Stainbeck Lane and Harrogate Road. No. 278, seen here on route 2 to Chapeltown, was one of three trams purchased from the London Passenger Transport Board in 1939. These were the HR/2 class, or 'Hilly Route' cars, specifically built for tram routes on hills in London. No. 278 was withdrawn from service in 1957 and disposed of shortly after. In the background of the picture are Midgleys shop on the left and Midland Bank on the right.
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Stainbeck Corner, tram no.208 (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image1948. View of Stainbeck Corner showing Horsfield tram no. 208 displaying a destination of route 2, Briggate via Hyde Park. On the left is the police station and on the right W.D. Perkins, confectioner, at no. 4 Stainbeck Corner. Stainbeck Lane is in the foreground, Town Street in the background, left, and Harrogate Road leads off on the right.
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Stainbeck Lane, Harrogate Road junction, trams (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image16th July 1951. View showing former Southampton tram, no.299, entering Stainbeck Lane from the junction with Harrogate Road, known as Stainbeck Corner. Another tram is seen towards the left. In the background are the Wesleyan Methodist Church on the left and Thrift Stores Ltd. on the right.
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