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Search Aspect ( boundary )
Location - Leeds & District

Boundary stone, Victoria Road (Morley)
Colour imageAugust 1968. Image shows the Boundary Stone between Churchwell and Morley on Victoria Road. The pair of semi-detached houses, Northfield, left, and Hillgarth, right, are actually in Morley as at this point the boundary runs down the middle of the road. Photograph by David Atkinson, part of the David Atkinson Archive.
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Boundary Terrace, number 130 (Burley Road) (Burley) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the home of Squire Hoyle and his wife Mary located in Boundary Terrace, also addressed as number 130 Burley Road. Squire Hoyle is listed at 130 Burley Road on the 1881 census where his occupation is given as a House Painter and Decorator. The couple are listed with their five children, John S. (aged 20), Herbert (16), Fred (14), Lilley (10) and Annie (9). Squire Hoyle also had works premises at number 23A Ventnor Street. (Directory of Leeds 1888).
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Cookridge Boundary Track (Cookridge)
Black & White image1986 Cookridge boundary track, an ancient path between Farrar Lane and New Adel Lane, making the boundary of Cookridge.
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Dewsbury Road, Leeds boundary (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image28th October 1955. View along Dewsbury Road facing north towards Leeds. Leeds City coat of arms boundary sign and advertisements for Ediswan Mazda radio valves and Cephos cold and flu relief visible. A car and a truck drive towards the camera. A streetlamp can be seen.
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Gelderd Road, from Leeds boundary (Holbeck)
Black & White image28th August 1952. View looking north east along Gelderd Road from the Leeds boundary. Farnley Wood Beck flows under. Cars, people and lamp posts are visible. Billboard obscured by boundary sign in the background.
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