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Search Aspect ( Temple View Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Glensdale Road, looking towards the Times Sanitary Steam Laundry (Leeds) Ltd. (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image8th July 1963. View of Glensdale Road looking towards the rear of the Times Sanitary Steam Laundry (Leeds) Ltd. where the tall chimney can be seen. The laundry is numbered as 50 Temple View Road. The junction with East Park Drive is behind the photographer, as is the rest of Glensdale Road, which eventually joins Glensdale Mount, skirting Hutchinson's Pickle Company Ltd. (Drysalters and Confectioners)located at number 5 East Park Road. Glensdale Mount joins East Park Road which runs parallel to the railway lines. Glensdale Road is situated between Temple View Place and Temple View Terrace, off camera, left, and Glensdale Mount, off camera, right.
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Temple View Road, Slip Inn (Richmond Hill) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking from Temple View Terrace showing the Slip Inn on Temple View Road. This public house was formerly known as the New Regent Hotel. To the left is East Park View. On the right are houses on Glensdale Mount with Glensdale Grove behind.
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Temple View Road, Slip Inn (Richmond Hill) (7 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking from Temple View Terrace to Temple View Road showing the Slip Inn in the centre. This public house was once known as the New Regent Hotel. The white building on the left of it is no.1 East Park View. In front of this is an electricity sub-station while on the far left are houses on Temple View Grove. The houses on the right are on Glensdale Grove.
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Temple View Road, Temple View Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image23rd July 1963. Image shows Temple View Road on the left and numbers 63 to 73 Temple View Terrace on the right. This row of back-to-back terraced houses was seperated between numbers 67 & 69 by a shared outside toilet block. On the far right outside number 69 a woman sits on the doorstep by a pram while children play in the street. Overhead, clothes hang from a line stretched across the street.
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Temple View Road, Temple View Terrace (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image30th July 1963. On the left are numbers 44 & 46 Temple View Road. A woman stands on the corner outside number 46 looking into Temple View Place while on the right two children sit on the doorstep of number 44. On the far right are numbers 66 & 68 Temple View Terrace, two back-to-back terraced houses.
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