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Search Aspect (Hamilton Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Francis Street seen from the junction with Nassau Place (Chapeltown)
Black & White image1971. View of properties in Back Francis Street, this part of which ran between and parallel to Francis Street and Louis Street. Back Francis Street is photographed from Nassau Place (foreground). These are large, through terraced homes, fronting the south side of Francis Street at the other side. This part of the street is situated between Nassau Place and Hamilton Place and, from the foreground back, the houses number 32 to 56. In the background the white building is at the corner with Hamilton Place and Back Francis Street, fronting, and with gardens stretching onto Louis Street. It is numbered as 47a Louis Street, is still there and was later converted to a shop. This area, bordered by Francis Street, Hamilton Place and Louis Street, was demolished and rebuilt as Hamilton Gardens and Back Francis Street was renamed as such. The section of Nassau Place (in foreground) between Francis Street and Louis Street became absorbed into the development. As originally Nassau Place ran from Leopold Street to Harehills Avenue. The remaining section of Back Francis Street, running from Hamilton Place to Frankland Place, was renamed Frankland Grove and is to the left of the white property mentioned above. (Information from Paul Burniston.)
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Hamilton Avenue, numbers 1 to 29 (Chapeltown) (2 comments)
Black & White imageDecember 1988. View of Hamilton Avenue from the corner with Hamilton Place. Numbers run from left to right, 1 to 29. This street was to become part of the Granges 'enveloping' scheme which was to commence early in 1989. It was the third phase of the scheme and included Grange Avenue (numbers 27 to 57, and 32 to 62.), Grange View (numbers 32 to 60), Harehills Avenue, (numbers 4 to 54, and Cowper Street (numbers 28 to 52 and 27 to 53.) The enveloping scheme was carried out to renovate these old red brick terraced houses externally. They were to be reroofed and fitted with new windows.
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Hamilton Place, no.19 (Chapeltown) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Hamilton Place showing no.19, the groceries and provisions shop of J.R. Jennings, advertising among others Tetley's Bitter, Walls ice cream and Green Shield Stamps. Terraced housing on Hamilton Avenue is seen on the right. Children are playing in the street; their style of clothing suggest the photo dates from the late 1960s or early 1970s.
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Leopold Street, cleared area (Chapeltown)
Black & White image1971. View looking from Frankland Place showing a cleared area where houses on the even-numbered side of Leopold Street have recently been demolished (to the right-hand-side of the cleared land). Large terraced houses remain on the odd-numbered side of Leopold Street, seen at the right edge. Leopold Road runs in front of the buildings on the left. In the background, left, are properties numbered from 87 to 101 Barrack Road. The buildings on the skyline showing chimneys and roof gables are part of the Chapeltown Cavalry Barracks on Barrack Road. The road running through the centre background where a car can be seen is Hamilton Place.
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Leopold Street, Front View (Chapeltown) (20 comments)
Black & White image6th June 1950. Front view of Leopold Street showing the junction with Hamilton Place on the left. Louis Street leads off Hamilton Place in the background.
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