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Search Aspect ( Waterloo Road )
Location - Leeds & District

Albion Terrace (Hunslet) (6 comments)
Black & White image1st May 1936. View from Albion Terrace across waste ground, to Waterloo Road. Garden Gate pub just visible.
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Back Gisburn Street (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image thought to be taken from back Gisburn Street showing very old properties with outbuildings and walled back yards. These properties front Waterloo Road and are the rear of shops and businesses numbering from left to right, 96 to 110 Waterloo Road. The area, in the vicinity of Church Street, is now the site of the Penny Hill Centre where Morrison's Supermarket is located.
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Bower Row (Hunslet)
Black & White imageAugust 1904. Showing a row of houses off Bower Row prior to the Waterloo Road improvements. There are two retail type premises which are unidentified. On the wall, towards the left is a poster advertising Taylor's Drug Co. Ltd. There are several children, three of which are playing in an old pram. At the rear, the large building is the Methodist Chapel in Waterloo Road.
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Bower Street, Waterloo Road (Hunslet)
Black & White imageAugust 1904. Taken in Waterloo Road looking down Bower Street prior to the Waterloo Road improvements. Bower Street itself contains various residential premises. On Waterloo Road there is W.Savlle, grocers; an advertisement for Jubilee Laundry and Chaplin Hairdressers on the junction with Wales Street. There are many people standing on the road.
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Church Street near the junction with Waterloo Road (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Penny Hill area of Hunslet. Tramlines are visible in Church Street. On the right-hand side the building with a turret houses the Drapery Department of the Hunslet branch of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society located at number 57 Church Street. It stands at the junction with Grove Road. The shop with the canopy, left of centre, is at the corner with Gisburn Street, between the junctions of Church Street and Waterloo Road. On the OS map for 1952 it is shown as number 110 Waterloo Road. Where the people can be seen in the centre there is a small single storey building which is marked on the map as a public lavatory. The Spotted Dog Inn is visible, situated to the left edge. It is addressed as number 56 Church Street and in 1899 the landlord was J. W. Tomlinson. Photograph courtesy of Peter Unwin.
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