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Search Aspect ( Well Close Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Well Close Terrace (Little London) (6 comments)
Colour imagec1956-1960. View of a cobbled back street running between Well Close Terrace, left, and Well Close Mount, right. These are streets of through, red brick terraced houses. In the distance is a block of high-rise flats, possibly Lovell Heights.
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Blenheim Mount at the junction with Well Close Mount (Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Black & White image1955. View from Blenheim Mount, foreground, showing the junction with Well Close Mount. The properties in the foreground are large, red brick through terrace homes, numbering 1 and 3 Well Close Mount. They have arched doorways, small front gardens and bay windows at ground floor level. The next street down is Back Well Close Terrace, then Well Close Terrace. Houses in the background are in Grosvenor Street. Much of the area is now demolished and the site of public open space.
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Grosvenor Avenue, looking from number 10 Well Close Terrace (Little London) (4 comments)
Colour imagec1960s. View of Grosvenor Avenue, taken from number 10 Well Close Terrace, a street of through, red brick terraced homes. In the foreground, right, at number 61 Grosvenor Avenue, is the fish-and-chip shop belonging to Ernest Carter.
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Little London, rooftops (Little London) (2 comments)
Black & White image1970. View over rooftops of Little London taken from flats on Carlton Street. The three parallel streets are Well Close Mount on the left, Back Wall Close Terrace in the centre and Well Close Terrace on the right. All Souls' Church on Blenheim Grove is seen on the left.
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