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Results Found (19), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect (Delph Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Clarkson's Buildings, Delph Lane no. 2a (Woodhouse)
Black & White image17th September 1959. This is looking from Delph Lane towards Peel Court. On the left is 2a Delph Lane, with a sign for Willaim Daniel, joiner and funeral director. The houses on the right are back-to-back with 190 to 200 Woodhouse Street. Most of them have access to shop premises at the front.
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Cliff Place, looking towards Delph Terrace (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1913. View looking down Cliff Place onto Delph Terrace, which runs across the bottom. Cliff Place is a cobbled street with two storey brick built terraced homes at either side. Washing lines are hung across the street and a child in a pushchair can be seen outside number 10 Cliff Place. Two handcarts with ladders are visible and there is a man on a ladder near the end of the street. The photograph is taken from close to the junction with Delph Lane.
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Dairy Street, Delph Lane (Woodhouse)
Black & White image25th June 1913. Off Dairy Street this lane is cobbled in dressed stone and has brick built detached and terraced houses on both sides. A gas lamp stands on the pavement on the right. There are lines of washing hung out to dry across the Lane and there are more houses at the bottom. Behind the streetlamp there is a perambulator.
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[4]
Delph Lane (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageUndated. Old farm building situated on the corner of Raglan Place, and Pennington Place, off Delph Lane. A board on the site indicates that it was being used as a joiners and undertakers workshop.
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Delph Lane (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White imageNovember 1981 Delph Lane leads from Woodhouse Street to Woodhouse Ridge where quarrying once took place. Delve was another name for quarry, 'Delph' is derived from this. Property seen here varies in size and style. The shop in the centre, on the ground floor of the three storey building was Lee Ward Co, television business.
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