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Location - Leeds & District

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Air Raid Shelter (Harehills)
Black & White image12th November 1938. Stanley Road Harehills. Air Raid Shelter, at Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor under construction, showing interior brickwalls and roof beams. The site of the Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor is between Stanley Road and Florence Street, with the latter over the wall to the right. In the background are several 2 wheeled carts and a van. To the left, out of view was the Tramway depot along the north west boundary of the site with tracks exiting the building into Stanley Road. This later became a diinfestation centre by 1971. The refuse destructor is in the centre of the site to the left.
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Belle Isle Road, looking south (Belle Isle) (6 comments)
Black & White image1950s. View looking south along Belle Isle Road towards the junction with Town Street, in the distance on the right. Tramlines run through the centre of the road, where a tram is seen travelling towards Leeds. Two horses and traps can be seen further up, one just turning into Belle Isle Road from Town Street. Houses on the far side of the road are numbered in ascending order from 299 on the left. On the near side, off the picture beyond the row of posts, is the site of the Grey Goose public house but it is unclear whether or not it has been built yet. The future site of The Grey Goose is still vacant, and not built on, as shown on an OS map dated 1951, but the pub is marked on the map for the year 1959. The turning off at the top end of this is Aberfield Gate. The man in the picture is Mr. Round of nearby Aberfield Gardens.
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Bus travelling from Moortown to Shadwell (Unknown) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a Leeds City Tramways bus travelling from Moortown to Shadwell. This early vehicle has a registration of U2380. The Leeds coat-of-arms and Leeds City Tramways is emblazoned on the side.
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Chapeltown Road nos. 32, 34 (Sheepscar) (2 comments)
Black & White imageDecember 1902 Chapeltown Road, junction with Tramway Street, which has number 34 above shop, belonging to J.W. Everingham, butcher. Clement Garritt, dealer in game and poultry, with display of goods in window, is number 32. It would appear that his premises have been moved from boarded up shop to left. Gas lamp on street corner.
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Crown Point Generating Station (Hunslet)
Black & White image13th April 1897. View of electricity generating station at Crown Point taken during construction.
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