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Results Found (72), Result Page (1 of 15)
Search Aspect ( Whingate )
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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Antwerp Mills, Whingate (Armley)
Black & White image22nd October 1963 View of clothing factory in the area referred to as Antwerp Mills. This section is utilised by Labofski Brothers Ltd, wholesale clothing manufacturer. The company had previously had premises on Camp Road, Little London.
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Antwerp Mills, Whingate (Armley)
Black & White image22nd October 1963 Section of factory premises known as Antwerp Mills. At this time the business of Labofski Brothers Ltd, clothing manufacturers was based there. Situated off Whingate with access past Greenwoods Buildings. To the right, not in view was 20 Whingate, the end of a row of cottages.
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