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Search Aspect (Eighteenth Avenue )
Location - Leeds & District

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Eighteenth Avenue (Wortley) (1 comment)
Black & White image21st January 1943. Two men from the special fire service/civil defence oversee the filling of a static water supply basin recently constructed in New Wortley cemetery. The houses of Eighteenth Avenue can be seen behind them and Grasmere Place on the right.
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Eighteenth Avenue (Wortley)
Black & White image9th December 1942. Workmen constructing a static water supply basin during the war in the grounds of New Wortley cemetry. The backs of houses on Eighteenth Avenue line the photograph. There is a cement mixer in the middle.
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Eighteenth Avenue, no.25-31 (Wortley)
Black & White image3rd August 1935. View of Eighteenth Avenue showing semi-detached houses numbered, from left, 25 to 31. The junction with Sixth Avenue is in the foreground and both streets are cobbled.
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Eighteenth Avenue, No.47 (Wortley)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a large brick built, through end terraced property with a private front garden and driveway on the left. This house is the property of Messrs. E. Jackson & Son.
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Eighteenth Avenue, nos.19-33 (Wortley) (2 comments)
Black & White image3rd August 1935. View of Eighteenth Avenue, seen from the junction with Fifth Avenue. Semi-detached houses numbered (from left) 19 to 33 can be seen. A boy on a bicycle is just visible on the far left.
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