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Results Found (42), Result Page (1 of 9)
Search Aspect ( telephone box )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Balm Road, Carr Terrace (Hunslet) (6 comments)
Black & White image19th September 1935.At the junction of Balm Road and Carr Terrace is Balm Road licensed stores. Over the door, sign states Henrietta Wright is the licensee. Large sign to side of shop says "There's no better beer than BYB", (Bentley's Yorkshire Beers).In front of the shop , an ornate telephone box. To the right, a one storey wooden fish shop with posters for the Strand and Regal cinemas.
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[2]
Bentcliffe Mount (Moortown) (1 comment)
Black & White image30th June 1936. Corner of Lidgett Lane and Bentcliffe Mount. Telephone kiosk in main view. Street lamp with 'Bus Stop' sign attached is on opposite corner. Houses on Bentcliffe Mount.
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[3]
Bondgate, telephone Box (Otley)
Black & White image1988 View of a telephone box situated on Bondgate, near the corner with Station Road. On the right is the Cobblestones tea room, reputed to have once been the home of Thomas Chippendale; a round plaque on the wall displays this fact.
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Brudenell Road, Welton Road (Hyde Park) (5 comments)
Black & White image16th November 1948. View shows Brudenell Road on the left by the junction with Welton Road. A telephone box is in the foreground behind which is the Hyde Park Picture House. A car, lorry and a large van are parked across the road in front of a parade of shops. A vending machine, butchers delivery bicycle and a porters trolley are on the pavement. At the junction is a chemists above which is H. Barnett Wade dentists. Along Welton Street is a parked car, telegraph pole, streetlamp and a cyclist. Side streets of terraced houses lead from Welton Street on Welton Grove, Welton Place and Welton Mount.
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Cardigan Road (Burley) (4 comments)
Black & White image30th June 1936. Telephone box at the junction of Cardigan Road and Thornville Road. Behind the telephone box, across the street, can be seen two shops. At number 2 is a drapers shop and 2a The Albert, tobacco, chocolates, stationery. There is a street lamp to the right of the photo. Above and to the side of the drapers shop are large advertising hoardings.
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