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Search Aspect ( Stoney Rock Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Arthur Street, Stoney Rock Lane (Burmantofts) (4 comments)
Black & White image22nd May 1956. View shows numbers 28 and 30 Arthur Street, at the junction with Stoney Rock Lane. Number 30 has four windows filled in, the lower left one bearing a torn Police Notice offering a reward of ten shillings. The tall rounded window above the door of number 28 has broken panes. On the end of the row, above the the street name plate is an advertisement for Colman's Lump Starch. Both houses have stone door ways with glass above the wooden doors. In the front are cobbled street and pavement.
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Back Fraser Terrace at the junction with Stoney Rock Lane (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated View of Back Fraser Terrace seen from the junction with Stoney Rock Lane. These are the backs of through houses which front Fraser Terrace, far right. In the gable end, numbers 78 and 80 Stoney Rock Lane combine with number 1 Fraser Terrace to form a corner shop and off-license with living accommodation, once the premises of Leonard Smith, grocer.
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Compton Place, numbers 2-8, looking towards the junction with Stanley Road (Harehills) (4 comments)
Black & White image17th November 1952. View looking south west down Compton Place to the junction with Stanley Road, close to where it joins Stoney Rock Lane. The wall and trees in the distance on the right are part of the cemetery. The road between the terrace of houses and factory on the left is the north-east end of Stoney Rock Lane. A large advertising hoarding for Mackeson's beer is prominent, in front of which is a bare patch of land left by the demolition of the other houses in Compton Place. Properties still standing number, from left to right, 8-2 and are built back to back with numbers 1,3 and 5. Montague Burton Ltd, wholesale clothiers and Yorkshire Dyeworks are located on Hudson Road, (behind the lamp post, off to the left). Compton Road started at the junction with Hudson Road.
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Fraser Terrace, number 1 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageUndated View of number 1 Fraser Terrace, part of the premises of a corner shop with living accommodation. This had once been managed by grocer, Leonard Smith. The road at the junction with Fraser Terrace is Stoney Rock Lane. High rise flats are faintly visible in the background and these are part of the Shakespeare complex dating the image as post 1971, when the flats were built.
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Hudson Mills, aerial view (Burmantofts) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the Hudson Mills factory of Montague Burton Ltd., clothiers, at one time believed to be the largest clothing factory in the world. Roads surrounding it are on the top left Hudson Road, top right Trent Road, bottom right Upper Westlock Avenue and bottom left Burton Way. Towards the bottom is Stoney Rock Lane, mostly obscured by trees in Beckett Street Cemetery. Streets on the bottom right are Westlock Avenue, Westlock Grove, Westlock Terrace, Westlock Crescent and Fraser Road on the top left are the Comptons, Sutherlands and Brown Hills and top right Torre Mount, Grove and Drive.
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