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Search Aspect ( Waterloo Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Broad Lane (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd June 1951. Showing the view along Broad Lane near numbers 165 to 171, close to the junction with Waterloo Lane. A small stone wall runs down the centre of the photograph. To the right of the wall are fields with houses dotted about them. On the left side a broom is propped up outside the wall of a garden.
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Broad Lane (Bramley)
Black & White image2nd June 1951. iew east along Broad Lane near to the junction with Waterloo Lane. To the left of the picture is a patch of grassy land, behind which is a small stone wall which continues down along Broad Lane. On the right side of the photograph are a row of houses. Outside one of the houses two women are stood on the pavement. Joined to the house is a small stone wall behind which grow a number of trees. There are also two telegraph poles and a street lamp in the picture. The road surface appears to have had a number of repairs.
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Broad Lane (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd June 1951. iew east along Broad Lane from the junction with Waterloo Lane. To the left of the photograph is a small stone wall. In the centre the side of a house is clearly visible although partly obscured by trees which grow behind a stone wall that goes along Waterloo Lane.
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Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel, Upper Town Street (Bramley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel situated between the junctions of Waterloo Lane and Wesley Terrace in Upper Town Street. It dates from 1823 and was built at a cost of £5,000. The chapel was renovated in 1901 at a further cost of £1,600. The foundation stone for the Brunswick Wesleyan Chapel was laid on 19th March 1823 by the Reverend George Marsden. The building has two separate entrances for men and women and when enlarged was able to seat a congregation of 762 persons.
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Hobson's Yard off Upper Town Street (Bramley)
Black & White image31st March 1960. View of Hobson's Yard situated off Upper Town Street. Outside toilets are possibly housed in buildings on the left. A pushchair is parked in front of a wooden door on which the word 'plumber' is painted in white. The backs of houses in Waterloo Lane are situated on the right, and an old gas lamp bracketted to the wall lights the yard at night.
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