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Belmont Grove, numbers 14 and 16 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image31st January 1963. View of number 16 Belmont Grove, a substantial brick-built property with a flight of steps up to the front entrance. At some time the building had been converted to four flats. The smaller building to the right is number 14, and this housed two flats, numbers 14a and 14b. The access to numbers 14a and 14b Belmont Grove was to the back of the property, on Leighton Lane. Belmont Grove was situated off Clarendon Road, between Chorley Lane and Leighton Lane. These properties were demolished when the Clarendon Wing of Leeds General Infirmary was built, the site is now part of the car park.
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Belmont Grove, numbers 16 to 18 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image31st January 1963. Image shows old brick properties located on Belmont Grove, off Clarendon Road. The double-fronted property with bay windows to the ground and first floors is numbered as 18 Belmont Grove, also housing a flat numbered as 18a. These dwellings had access in Chorley Lane and Leighton Lane at the rear. Next right is number 16, a larger brick built property approached by a flight of steps. This had been converted into four flats. At the left edge is a substantial house numbered as 12 Clarendon Road. In a directory for 1947 it was listed as Cornhill House, the premises of Cornhill Insurance Ltd., but was later divided into flats. The buidings in this image were demolished when the Clarendon Wing of Leeds General Infirmary was built and the site is nowadays part of the car park.
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Chorley Lane (Little Woodhouse) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of John Barran and Sons Ltd., Chorley Lane. Barran was one of the pioneers of ready made clothing manufacture in Leeds. This building is now Joseph's Well; it was renovated in the early 1980s. The warehouse built by Thomas Ambler in Moorish design on Park Square for Barran has also been restored.
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Chorley Lane (Little Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Photograph possibly dating from around 1960. The main, three storey building in view is the rear of the manufacturing premises of Benjamin Simon & Sons of number 72 Park Lane, at the corner with Hanover Lane. Part of the building is used here by Anson Pleating Ltd. The tall building at the right edge is John Barran & Sons Limited, wholesale clothing manufacturers which was opened in 1898. In the 1980s it was completely renovated to become Jacob's Well, which comprises a public house and offices. Chorley Lane disappeared under the Inner Ring Road.
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Chorley Lane (Woodhouse)
Black & White image31st January 1963. View of Chorley Lane, this building was demolished when the Clarendon Wing of Leeds General Infirmary was built, it opened on 19th November 1983. The site of these houses is part of the car park
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