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Search Aspect (Crab Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

Armley Road (Armley)
Black & White image6th February 1929. Armley Road at the junction with Crab Lane. Man outside the entrance to 'Taxis for hire', owned by Jack Naylor. Tram stop on the corner with sign on lamp post stating 'Tramway fare Stage'. Cobbled road with tramlines along Armley Road.
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Armley Road, Crab Lane junction (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image17th April 1929. View from Armley Road looking up Crab Lane. Tram stop directly opposite and tramlines clear in the road. On Crab Lane 'The Armley Fruit Stores' can be seen, owned by Joseph Atkinson, fruitier. Next door is the Wall End Household Stores and on the corner is Joseph Ing, saddler. Painted signs on the Armley Fruit Stores saying 'Quality and value' and 'Note the Price'
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Armley Road, Crab Lane junction (Armley)
Black & White image6th February 1929. Junction of Armley Road and Crab Lane. In the centre of the picture are two men and a child waiting at the tram stop. Tramlines are clearly visible along Armley Road. Looking up Crab Lane the Armley Fruit Stores can be seen, owned by Joseph Atkinson, fruitier.
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Armley Road, Crab Lane Junction (Armley) (3 comments)
Black & White image2nd September 1980. View of Armley Road looking east, seen from the junction with Crab Lane. The white-fronted building in the centre is the Nelson public house. On the left is a building site, in which a crane can be seen. On the right is a block of housing. Three cars are on the road.
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Branch Road, postcard view (Armley) (11 comments)
Black & White imagec1907/1908. Early postcard view showing Branch Road from the junction with Canal Road. Several people and a dog are visible standing in Branch Road. The main focus of the image is the Primitive Methodist Chapel, built at a cost of £6,000 to designs by Thomas Howdill, architect, and his son Charles Barker Howdill. It is constructed in a Free Renaissance style and is now a listed building. It was built to replace the original 1876 chapel at the rear (later the Western Cinema) which was also designed by Thomas Howdill, though this was in a Romanesque style. To the right of the chapel is Stanningley Road and at the left edge is Crab Lane. Just beyond the Chapel, in Branch Road, is the junction with Beech Drive.
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