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Ashfield Place nos. 2 - 12, from Hunslet Hall Road (Hunslet)
Black & White image22nd June 1964 A view of Ashfield Place taken from Hunslet Hall Road looking in the direction of Hercules Engineering Works. These are through terraced properties, numbering from left to right, 2 to 12, a man looks out of the doorway of number 2. The houses have walled rear yards and there are three brick built outside toilets to share one between two dwellings.
[internal reference; 2003529_44089907:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road (North), Box 52/3, no. 416]
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Ashfield Road nos. 1 - 11, junction with Hunslet Hall Road (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd June 1964 Looking down Ashfield Road towards the Hercules Engineering Works seen right. In the foreground, left is Hunslet Hall Road. Houses are numbered, from left to right, 1 to 11 and are through terraced houses seen from the front. The shared toilets are situated in yards at the rear. Far left, a glimpse of Ashplace is visible.
[internal reference; 2003529_43976992:WYAS Hunslet Hall Road (North), Box 52/3, no. 418]
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AV Wright Automobile Engineer nos. 9 & 11, Armley Road (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated, An early 1950s view of the A.V. Wright Automobile engineer who deals with Austin, Ford, Triumph and Standard cars. On the left is a yard full of cars and lorries while in front of the building are four petrol pumps with Mr Wright stood on the left in overalls and a flat cap. Licensed to sell petroleum spirits Mr Wright also sold Shell, Power and BP.
[internal reference; 2003325_45910281:WYAS Armley Road. Box No 7. No 30]
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AV Wright Automobile Engineer nos. 9 & 11, Armley Road (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated, An early 1950s view of A.V. Wright's automobile engineer, phone 28327, specialising in Austin, Ford, Morris, Standard and Triumph cars. A petrol pump is visible on the left and advertised is Shell, BP and Good Year Tyres. Visible on the right is the entrance to Neill Street and some garages with the gas works seen in the background.
[internal reference; 2003325_6454104:WYAS Armley Road. Box No 7. No 29]
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Aveling ploughing engine, No 8891 (Unknown)
Black & White image15th September 1935. Aveling ploughing engine, 8891, registration no. D0 1944. This is one of a pair now at the Thursford Steam Collection in Norfolk. See http://www.thursford.com/
[internal reference; 20021010_97504825:Fowler pg 18 no 1 (LQ621.1 F 829)]