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Search Aspect ( Throstle Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Middleton Primary School and Secondary Modern School, aerial view (Middleton) (47 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of Middleton, centred on a square occupied by two schools. Middleton Primary is at the top while the school at the bottom was probably at the time (1960s?) Middleton County Secondary Modern, which was segregated into boys on the left and girls on the right. This school was later to become John Blenkinsop Middle. Playing fields in between were presumably shared by the schools. At the top of the square is Middleton Park Avenue, to the left Acre Road, right Throstle Lane and bottom Sissons Terrace. Below are houses on Sissons Crescent, crossed by Sissons View. More Sissons are on the left of the picture and Throstles on the right.
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Throstle Lane (Middleton) (21 comments)
Black & White image18th April 1950. Picture shows Throstle Lane at the junction with Thorpe Street. Two shops are visible, 'Allsops Grocers' and 'Vernons Fisheries'. Houses are visible on the right hand side of the photo. A fence and hedge can be seen on the left. The bumper of a car is also visible. Adverts for 'Gold Flake Tobacco', 'Woodbine cigarettes', can be seen.
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Throstle Lane, nos. 93 - 103. (Middleton) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1930s. View of a parade of shops on Throstle Lane, numbered (from left) 93 to 103, and including Allsop's general dealers, Herbert Knapton, confectioner, and Harry Clayton, newsagent and Post Office. The crosses on the photo indicate breaches of Planning dept regulations for the placing of advertising signs. Taken around the late 1930s.
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