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Search Aspect ( Whitelock Street )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Churchill Barracks (Sheepscar)
Colour image29th November 1999. View of Churchill Barracks on Whitelock Street HQ of 217 Transport squadron.
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[2]
Cross Stamford Street, junction with Whitelock Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image7th November 1929. View of empty business premises on Cross Stamford Street. First junction is with Whitelock Street and shows the derelict premises of Isaac Glick and Son, coal merchant. Next junction is with Stamford Street and shows the empty former premises of Hyman Ehrlich, Cloth Merchant who was at number 11a Cross Stamford Street.
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Regent Street with rag-and-bone cart in view (Leylands)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. Image shows Regent Street with a rag-and-bone cart in view. In the foreground, right, is the junction with Byron Street which leads to Millwright Street. The building on the left, with a row of windows to the upper storey, is King House at number 17 Regent Street, the premises of Brown Brothers Ltd., Motor Accessories etc. This later became Homburg's, the Leeds costumier supplying stage costumes and fancy dress. Homburg's had been in business since the 1940's until closure at the beginning of 2009. Beyond King House there is the Regent Hotel and further down the New Harewood Barracks at the corner of Skinner Street and Churchill Barracks at the junction with Whitelock Street, both belonging to the Territorial Army. The roundabout at the junctions with Regent Street, Whitelock Street, Sheepscar Street South and Cross Stamford Street is visible in the distance. Rag-and-bone dealers with their horse-drawn carts are seldom seen nowadays. Collections of household waste were made from street to street. Rags could be recycled into paper or cloth, and bones were used to make glue. Scrap iron was also collected by the rag-and-bone man.
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Sheepscar Street South & Whitelock Street, junction (Sheepscar)
Black & White image12th July 1946. Fred Hache's Whitelock Garage at corner of Sheepscar Street and Whitelock Street. The back of a van can be seen parked inside the repair bay. To the left can be seen terraced houses on Whitelock Street, with a car parked outside.
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The White Stag, Whitelock Street (Sheepscar) (3 comments)
Colour image29th October 1999. View of the White Stag public house on Whitelock Street. Cars are parked on car park.
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