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Search Aspect ( The Parade )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Cross Flatts Park and The Parade, postcard (Beeston)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard showing two images of Beeston: one of Cross Flatts Park (left) and one of The Parade (right).
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Selby Road, The Parade (Halton) (2 comments)
Black & White image1966 View of shop premises known as The Parade in Selby Road. Left is the Midland Bank at number 6, next door is E.S. Ladle, grocers and then F.J. Horsfall Sweets and tobacco, Crockatt's dry cleaners, Parade fruit store, at the end of the parade is E. Rudge. Cars typical of the 1960s are parked in the layby.
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Selby Road, The Parade (Halton)
Black & White image16th November 1966. View of a row of shops on Selby Road known as The Parade. These include (from left) Ann's Baby Shop, the Midland Bank, E.S. Ladle grocer and off-licence, F.J. Horsfall newsagent and Crockett's cleaning.
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