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Search Aspect (Carlisle Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

Albert Grove, 98 Carlisle Terrace , Rear View, nos. 10, 12 (Little London)
Black & White image1956, On the left at the corner of Albert Grove and Leeds Terrace is the Leeds Jewish Women's Public Baths (Mikvah). Moving right the derelict building was 98 Albert Grove. On the right is the rear view of number 10, 12 Carlisle Terrace.
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Albert Grove, numbers 92, 94 and 96 (Little London)
Black & White image1956. View of old terrace housing in Albert Grove. The house at the left edge is number 96 Albert Grove, also addressed as number 22 Carlisle Terrace which is the front entrance. This house is in a yard which accesses a ginnel connecting Albert Grove to Ramsden Terrace. Next, is number 94 Albert Grove and at the right edge number 92, which has a front entrance addressed as number 2 Ramsden Terrace.
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Carlisle Terrace to Ramsden Terrace (Little London) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image showing elevated red brick terraced properties in Carlisle Terrace looking towards the junction with Ramsden Terrace. The houses are built on four storeys with bay windows and railed flights of steps leading to entrances. The attic windows are built into the decorative gabled roofs. Number 2 Ramsden Terrace can be seen on the far left and the rear of number 94 Albert Grove is built right into the corner. The next house after the corner is number 22 Carlisle Terrace and then there is a narrow passageway through to Albert Grove. The other houses seen are, from left to right, numbers 20, 18, 16 and 14. Numbers 16, 18 and 20 are back-to-back and number 14 is a through house. the photograph is thought to have been taken after 1956 as numbers 16 and 18 appear to be derelict with broken and missing windows. Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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Carlisle Terrace, nos. 6-12 (Little London)
Black & White image1956, View fom the end of Oastler Terrace across to Carlisle Terrace. Number 12 is on the left, moving right are 10, 8 and 6. The last house in the row is facing onto Leeds Terrace and is numbered 28 Leeds Terrace.
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Carlisle Terrace, numbers 14 to 22, from the junction with Ramsden Terrace (Little London) (4 comments)
Black & White image1956. View of Carlisle Terrace seen from the junction with Ramsden Terrace. This is a street of red brick terraced houses with decorative roof gables and steps up to the entrances. Number 22 Carlisle Terrace is on the far left followed by a narrow passageway through to Albert Grove. The next houses in Carlisle Terrace are back-to-back and show, from left to right, numbers 20, 18, 16. Number 14 adjoins number 16 but is a 'through' house. Number 1 Ramsden Terrace is just visible on the far right.
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