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Location - Leeds & District

Domestic Street, Roundabout (Holbeck) (3 comments)
Black & White image8th February 1980. View from a roundabout on Domestic Street, looking south-east towards the railway viaduct, the arches of which can be seen in the distance. On the left is the junction with Holbeck Lane, with Melcade Ltd, Wine and Spirit Merchants, at no. 77 on the corner. On the right is Salford Van Hire Ltd.
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Holbeck Lane (Holbeck)
Black & White image17th January 1938. View of commercial property on Holbeck Lane. A works vehicle belonging to Thos Vause and Sons Ltd cna be seen parked in road.
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Holbeck Lane (Holbeck) (17 comments)
Black & White image8th March 1965 View shows one of several public houses in this area of Holbeck. This is the Volunteer. The building has a very distinctive castle style with a central turret and crenellated roof. A dormer window is decorated with contrasting stone ornaments while several windows on the upper floor are oriel windows which are unsupported bay windows. To the left of the Volunteer is P. Pattenden's newsagents also selling greetings cards and stationary. The windows and shop front are crowded with newspaper billboards and advertisements. On the right edge Domestic Street can be seen.
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Holbeck Lane Industrial Site, plan (Holbeck)
Black & White image20th May 1948. Proposed layout of a light industrial estate bounded by Holbeck Lane, Domestic Street and a proposed road that was never built.
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Holbeck Lane no. 77 (Holbeck) (4 comments)
Black & White image8th March 1965 On the left edge of this view, the doorway of Lake's corner, a grocers run by Frederick Lake can be seen at number 75 Holbeck Lane. The entrance to Stead Street follows to the right where a van for John Cooke and Son of Huddersfield is parked. This firm were concrete engineers and had works on Coleman Street nearby. Continuing right is C. Tobin's licensed betting office at number 77. Outside this shop is a road sign directing motorists along Wortley Lane to Huddersfield and Halifax and along Spence Lane to Armley. Towards the right the crenellated turret of the Volunteer public house is visible.
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