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Search Aspect ( Water Street )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Bywater Street (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image26th June 1959 On the left is Great Wilson Street, next 1 Church Cross Street, then view down Bywater Street. These were mostly through properties with entrances on Great Wilson Street.
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Bywater Street nos. 12 - 18 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th June 1959 Properties on Bywater Street, number 18 is on the left, moving right are 16, 14 and 12. A row of outside toilets have been built against the wall of number 12. These were old houses, shown on maps from 1890.
[internal reference; 2004213_25123232:WYAS Great Wilson Street, Box 334, no. 8]
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Bywater Street nos. 5a, 7 - 11 (Hunslet)
Black & White image26th June 1959 View of Bywater Street, number 5a is on the left, moving right are 7, 9 and 11. These were through properties with entrances on Great Wilson Street.
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Bywater Street, Falcon Inn, Rear View (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image10th July 1959 This is Bywater Street, with the rear view of the Falcon Inn (7 Great Wilson Street). A hand cart is outside the pub, a ladder propped to the right. The street ended against the wall of the gasworks property.
[internal reference; 2004213_56448001:WYAS Great Wilson Street, Box 334, no. 15]
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Woodman Inn, Water Street (Holbeck)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a large group of men pictured outside the Woodman Inn on Water Street, at the junction of Water Street, Sweet Street, and Woodman Lane. Some of the men are seated in a charabanc, the front wheel of which can be seen at the bottom of the picture. The driver can be seen dressed in white. To the far right, the shop on Woodman Street, behind the inn, is selling baby linen and corsets. By the early 1950s the streets had been demolished, and the Ferro Concrete Works built on the site.
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