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Search Aspect ( terraced housing )
Location - Leeds & District

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Apple Street, looking north (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Apple Street looking north from the York Road end towards Great Garden Street. Terraced houses are on both sides of the road with a sunken footpath on the left. The street was demolished in the 1930s.
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Apple Street, nos. 16 - 20 (Burmantofts)
Black & White imagec1932. View shows terraced houses on Apple Street, situated to the north of York Road. This is the eastern side showing numbers running from 24 on the left to 16 on the right. These houses were demolished during the late 1930s.
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Armley Grove Place, nos.48-50 (Armley) (5 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1983. View of terraced housing on Armley Grove Place showing no.48 (right) and 50 (left). The houses, which form back-to-backs with Fitzarthur Street, have small front yards, with a washing line covering that of no.50. They were shortly to be demolished.
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Armley Grove Place, showing demolished and soon-to-be-demolished streets (Armley) (2 comments)
Colour imageOctober 1983. View from Armley Grove Place showing in the foreground a cleared area where terraced housing has recently been demolished and in the background further rows of housing which are due to be demolished shortly. These are, from left, Fitzarthur Street, Fearnley Street, Gledhow Street and Simpson Street. Middle Cross Street runs across in front of them.
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Arundel Street and Gledhow Road, terraced housing (Harehills) (5 comments)
Black & White image27th September 1915. A group of children pose for the camera in front of an outside toilet block at the end of a row of terraced housing, while more rows of housing are seen on either side. Arundel Street is to the left while Gledhow Road is on the right. An advert for J.F. Allanson, undertaker and funeral furnisher, of 118 Roundhay Road, showing a horse-drawn funeral carriage, is seen on the wall of the toilet block. Washing lines are hung across the streets at both sides.
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