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Results Found (18), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect (Garth Road )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Aysgarth Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image30th September 1966, Image shows the gated entrance to a yard situated between the gable ends of buildings on Pontefract Lane and Aysgarth Mount. Barbed wire is above the gate and the roof of a one storey building in the yard visible. The shop front visible on the left is W. Roberts Funeral Directors at no 53 Pontefract Lane.
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[2]
Aysgarth Road (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image6th October 1966, Image shows industrial buildings on Aysgarth Road. On the left is the licensed petroleum spirit store belonging to Regent Motors and Filling Station advertised above. The building in the centre is K. Shann & Sons Rag and Metal Merchants. An old fashioned oil lamp is hanging from the wooden lintel of the shop front. The building on the far right is a stables and three cars are parked on the street, the middle car is a Mini Cooper Reg: 372 HUA.
[internal reference; 2003325_27648562:WYAS Richmond Hill. Box No 9/1. No 38]
[3]
Aysgarth Road, no 26 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image6th October 1966, Image shows an uncharacteristically large house when compared to the back-to-back terraces, more commonly built. On the lower wall on the right is a cast iron covered cellar grate once used to deliver coal to the coal cellar. On the right is a ginnel giving access to Aysgarth View.
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[4]
Aysgarth Road, nos. 10 - 16 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image6th October 1966, Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the left, originally built to house the shared outdoor toilet and midden. On the lower wall of no 16 is a cast iron covered cellar grate once used to deliver coal to the coal cellar.
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[5]
Aysgarth Road, nos. 10 - 16 (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image6th October 1966, Image shows two double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right originally built to house the shared outdoor toilet and midden. On the lower wall of no 16 is a cast iron covered cellar grate, once used to deliver coal to the coal cellar.
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