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Search Aspect ( Steander )
Location - Leeds & District

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East Street, junction with Steander (Bank) (6 comments)
Black & White image17th April 1905. View of East Street, on the right, by the junction with Steander. Frederick Dyson's Steander Foundry is on the corner. The area is scheduled for improvement and two workmen can be seen.
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East Street, Steander (City Centre)
Black & White image17th April 1905. Steander Lane off East Street during the East Street improvement works. The left side of the buildng is part of Steander Foundry owned by Fred Dyson.
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East Street, Steander (City Centre)
Black & White image14th April 1905. The junction of East Street and Steander taken during the East Street improvement programme. There is a grocer and a tobacconist on the East Street side. A young boy is leaning against a streetlamp on the corner. The road is made of stone setts.
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Leather Street, stable yard (Bank)
Black & White image21st July 1915 Stable yard, situated off Leather Street, which can be seen through the gates at the end of the yard. To the left, Steander woollen mill, with spiral fire escape. The stable and a cart are in the yard.
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Leather Street, stable yard (Bank)
Black & White image21st July 1915 Stable yard off Leather Street, which is seen through gates at the end of the yard. Mill building on left is the Steander woollen mill. On the end of the building is a spiral fire escape and a loading bay door on each level.
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