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Search Aspect ( petrol filling station )
Location - Leeds & District

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Appleyard of Leeds (Sheepscar) (34 comments)
Black & White image31st May 1929. View of the premises of Appleyard of Leeds Ltd. at the junction of North Street with Sheepscar Street South. Shows car showroom, garage and petrol pumps. The company was started by John Ernest Appleyard who opened his first business on Park Row in 1919. The North Street garage opened in October 1927.
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Bradford Road, Esso Petrol Filling Station (East Ardsley)
Colour image16th July 2009. View of the Esso Petrol Filling Station on Bradford Road. The photo was taken shortly before it was demolished in August 2009 to make way for a new Tesco supermarket.
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Carlisle Road, petrol filling station (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a petrol filling station situated off Carlisle Road. Several cars are seen in the forecourt, including one with a number plate ending in K, indicating that the photo was taken in 1971 or later. The exit to Carlisle Road is in the background.
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Domestic Street, looking north-west (Holbeck) (13 comments)
Black & White image18th February 1980. View looking north-west along Domestic Street towards the railway viaduct in the distance. On the left is the forecourt of a petrol filling station. The next building along, William Hill bookmakers, has an advertising hoarding for Bisto gravy on the side. On the right are the junctions with Pleasant Mount and Pleasant Terrace.
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Eastgate Roundabout, looking east (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1932. Looking east down Eastgate towards Eastgate Roundabout which has Appleyards petrol filling station in its centre. Eastgate continues to the left after the junction with Lady Lane, while St. Peter's Street leads off to the right. Behind the roundabout is the Quarry Hill area, which was soon to be redeveloped as Quarry Hill Flats; all these buildings including Scarrs Ltd., hardware merchants, were to be demolished. New York Road is seen in the distance on the left with St. Mary's Church visible.
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