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Search Aspect (Burley Lodge Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Autumn Place, number 34, at the junction with Burley Lodge Road (Burley) (7 comments)
Black & White image1969 View of a corner shop, number 34 Autumn Place at the corner with Burley Lodge Road. The shop is also addressed as number 38 Burley Lodge Road. Behind the shop, left, the entrance to Autumn Grove is visible. In the window there is advertising for Greenshield stamps and shelves of crockery and kitchen equipment. Beside the door there is an advertising sign for Magpie Minerals made by Gomersall's of West Ardsley.
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Burley Lodge Road nos. 59, 61 (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th February 1939 Rear view of houses. Each one has a yard, small building is an outside toilet. Mr. Clifford Wise, a cloth passer, lived at number 61.
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Burley Lodge Road nos. 59, 61 (Burley) (3 comments)
Black & White image25th February 1939 Row of terrace houses, built of brick with stone surrounds for doors and windows. Cellar windows can be seen, a token yard separates the property from the road. Mr. Clifford Wise, a cloth passer, lived at number 61.
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Burley Lodge Road, long view (Burley) (1 comment)
Black & White image1969. Long view of Burley Lodge Road, a street of through red brick terraced homes with many streets of back-to-backs going off on the right hand side. At the right edge in the foreground is Burley Lodge Place, then King's Avenue followed by the junction with Kelsall Grove.
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Burley Lodge Road, looking north-west (Burley) (2 comments)
Black & White image1969. In this image by Eric Jaquier a nun glances towards the camera as she walks along Burley Lodge Road, past red brick terraced homes with bay windows and small walled gardens. On the other side, left, more terraced streets go off Burley Lodge Road to join Carberry Road, possibly Carberry Place and Back Carberry Place. There are several parked cars and two men are tinkering with one of them. The view looks north-west towards Burley Pentecostal Church, located adjacent to Burley branch library, at number 232 Cardigan Road. In the distance the spire of Burley Methodist Church can be clearly seen, located in Cardigan Lane.
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