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Search Aspect ( shops )
Location - Leeds & District

Amberton Approach, shops. (Gipton) (10 comments)
Black & White image14th October 1937. Parade of shops on Amberton Approach, Oakwood Lane. From left to right are Jarrett Bros, P. Bennett, confectioner, Almonds fish and fruit, Mittons Newsagent.
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Austhorpe Road nos. 12A - 16 (Cross Gates) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th October 1938 Photo showing row of shops. John Crockatt, dyers and cleaners number 16, William Taylor Thompson, grocers at number 14, Isaac Stephenson, butcher at number 12D, Gladys Walton, greengrocer number 12C, Meadow Dairy number 12B, Taylors Chemist at number 12A. Photo has delivery lorry and car in road, shoppers.
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Badminton Sreet (Sheepscar)
Black & White image3rd June 1943. Looking towards Roundhay Road we see a row of brick back-to-back terrace houses with slate roofs and dormer windows. The houses are fronted by low brick walls and box hedges. Two of the houses have lean-to greenhouses in the gardens. The building in the back ground is the Leeds workshops for the Blind. Formerly; The Leeds Institute for the Blind Deaf and Dumb.
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Belle Isle Road Number 2 R.H. Price, butcher (Hunslet) (10 comments)
Black & White image5th March 1951. Parade of shops on Belle Isle Road, viewed from Moor Road. To the left can be seen R.H. Price, butcher. Other three shops are empty. A man is standing in one of the doorways.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour image17th September 1999.View down Boar Lane, parade of shops on left and right side of the road. Traffic waits on the right at the traffic lights; cars and a bus going to Whinmoor. Visible on the right is C&A clothing store, the Holy Trinity Church and McDonalds, fast food restaurant.
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