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Search Aspect (Broadway )
Location - Leeds & District

Algeria Street (Beeston)
Black & White image16th July 1964, Long view of back-to-back terraced houses constructed in red brick. Far left an archway leads into the yard where the outside toilets are situated for this section of the street. Right of that another arched entrance defines a passage which cuts through to Broadway Street. A lady sweeps the footpath close to her house.
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Algeria Street at the junction with Kiln Street (Beeston)
Black & White image16th July 1964, Long view of Algeria Street taken from the junction with Kiln Street. Houses are numbered in an odds sequence starting with 17 on the left. Houses are back-to-back with houses on Broadway Street. Windows on the gable end have bricked up.
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Ashley Place (Beeston)
Black & White image21st July 1964, Looking down Ashley Place towards Beeston Road. Far left, the corner of Algeria Street can just be seen, house no 49. The rear of brick built toilet blocks in a yard back onto Ashley Place. Looking across to Broadway Terrace is the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society building. Three small children can be partially seen bottom left.
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Ashley Place from West Mount Place, showing Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society premises (Beeston)
Black & White image10th July 1964, Taken from West Mount Place looking across Ashley Place to the side and rear of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society premises. The unusually shaped decorative frontage is visible left of the centre. The Broadway Terrace can be seen on the left.
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Broadway Hall (Horsforth) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Broadway Hall, built in 1805 for Jonathan Staples, a local Surgeon. Originally known as Lower Bank House, the property was occupied by different families, including the Blackburns, as a residence until the 1930s. At that time Leeds Corporation built the Leeds Ring Road, naming the stretch through Horsforth as Broadway. The name of the property was then changed to Broadway Hall and the building converted into an up-market Ballroom and function suite. In 1966 the building was bought by the present owners, who are an international firm of insurance brokers, for use as offices. This is a view of the front.
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