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Search Aspect ( Whingate Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albany Terrace (Wortley) (8 comments)
Black & White image30th December 1955. View from Whingate Road shows various street ends including Albany Terrace. Telephone poles and streetlamps are visible and a car can be seen in the background.
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Albany Terrace (Wortley) (1 comment)
Black & White image30th December 1955. View from Whingate Road showing number 2 Albany Terrace. Telephone poles and streetlamps are visible.
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Albany Terrace, Ford Prefect parked outside number 5. (Wortley) (5 comments)
Black & White image1957. Image shows a Ford Prefect car parked outside number 5 Albany Terrace. A young boy stands in the open doorway. Albany Terrace is situated off Whingate Road and the red brick terraced homes are back-to-back with Albany Place. These streets are opposite the site of West Leeds Girls High School.
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Conference Place, number 1, at the junction with Whingate Road (Armley) (12 comments)
Black & White image1969 Image shows number 1 Conference Place, a shop at the junction with Whingate Road. A large advertising board for the Yorkshire Evening Post reads 'come home to a much better evening!' There are chewing gum machines either side of the entrance to the shop. At the other entrance, a dog sits on the pavement. The shop was also addressed as number 38 Whingate Road.
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Eastern Street (Armley)
Black & White image1969. View of Eastern Street, located between Whingate Road and Tong Road. The photographer was standing at the junction with Whingate Road where, from left to right, numbers 8 to 2 Eastern Street can be seen. These are back-to-back red brick terraced homes, in blocks of 4 on each side, separated by yards with outside toilets. This side of Eastern Street is back-to-back with Harrow Street. A woman attends to her washing line at number 2.
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