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Search Aspect (Easy Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Easy Road from 'the quarry' (Cross Green) (9 comments)
Black & White image10th July 1951. iew of Back Easy Road, seen in the centre of the image, taken from an area known locally as 'the quarry'. This locality housed an assortment of piggeries, henruns and stables at this time. The white building is the rear of East Leeds Working Men's Club at number 81 Easy Road. Further down, the back of a row of houses can be seen which front Easy Road. They are numbered 83 to 103 Easy Road. The property on the left of Back Easy Road is number 2a Thornleigh Street. Thornleigh Street runs from left to right across the top of Back Easy Road and Fairfax Works, manufacturers of confectionary, is visible in the background addressed as number 105 Easy Road.
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Cross Green Lane, No 43 (Cross Green) (3 comments)
Black & White image27th October 1978. View of Cross Green Lane looking south east, showing juction with Ark Street in the foreground. A. Lightfoot, clothiers is at No. 43 in the centre, by the junction with Easy Road. There are advertising hoardings by the road and a telephone kiosk and bus shelter in view.
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Easy Road No 105 (Cross Green) (6 comments)
Black & White image22nd February 1935 View of Bertie Runton's confectionery works on corner of Easy Road with Thornleigh Street. Yorkshire Concrete Co (Thornleigh) can be seen on right.
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Easy Road No 105 (Cross Green)
Black & White image22nd February 1935 View of 105 Easy Road which was Bertie Runton's, manufacturing confectionery works. Thornleigh Concrete Company can just be seen on right.
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Easy Road, junction with Dial Street (Cross Green) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View looking across to Easy Road from a grassed area which was previously the site of Fewston Street. The backs of Easy Road Garage and Allen's Butchers are seen on the left. New houses on Milner Gardens off Dial Street are on the right. St. Saviour's Church is visible in the background on the left. Image courtesy of Paul Farnill.
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