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Location - Leeds & District

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Alexandra Road, no. 2 (Hyde Park) (6 comments)
Black & White image1969. In this image two little children are seen standing in the doorway of a red brick corner shop at no. 2 Alexandra Road. Inside crisps are on display including a variety called 'Chopstix' and another make called Tudor. On the other side of the road red brick streets run at right angles; from the left are Kelsall Road, Kelsall Place, Kelsall Avenue and Kelsall Terrace .
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All Saints Church, Children's Chapel (Thorp Arch)
Black & White image27th September 1937. View of the Children's Chapel in the north aisle of All Saint's Church.
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Armley Moor, May Queen procession (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1950s. View shows children taking part in the Armley May Queen procession, seen outside Christ Church Upper Armley C 0f E Church situated on Armley Ridge Road. The May Queen, in the centre in the long dress, is Sandra Ford, born in 1950, daughter of Allen Ford of the Far Fold area of Armley.
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Back Eldon Street, off St. Mark's Road (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageApril 1902. View showing terraced houses on Back Eldon Street, off St. Mark's Road. Three boys are sitting on top of the walls surrounding the small backyards, which include outbuildings, possibly outside toilets.
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Back Gipton Mount, looking towards Bankside Street (Unknown) (4 comments)
Black & White image1969. In this image three small boys are playing out and riding their tricycles in the cobbled street of Back Gipton Mount. On either side of the street are the yards of red brick terraced houses. Gipton Beck runs across at the end of the street beyond the wall, while towering above in the background are imposing four storey terraced houses on Bankside Street, numbered (from right) 74 to 80, with large gardens in front.
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