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Search Aspect (Kendal Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Kendal Lane nos. 5D, 5A, 7, Kendal Terrace (Little Woodhouse)
Black & White image30th September 1959 Looking from the corner of Kendal Lane and Kendal Terrace. On the left is the entrance to Wordsworths Garage, moving right 5D is barely visible is possibly a house, then 5A is a boot repair shop run by W. Geldard. The off-licence shop is 7 Kendal Lane, on the right is 1 Kendal Terrace.
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Kendal Terrace (City Centre)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Looking from the direction of Kendal Lane, along the odd numbered side of Kendal Terrace, towards Hanover Mount.
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Kendal Terrace (City Centre)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Seen from Hanover Mount, the odd numbered side of Kendal Terrace. On the left is the end of Kendal Place.
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Kendal Terrace no. 37 (City Centre)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Looking up the odd-numbered side of Kendal Terrace, towards Kendal Lane. From the left the numbers are in ascending order, with 37 on the left.
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Kendal Terrace nos. 2 - 18 (City Centre)
Black & White image21st August 1959 Number 18 Kendal Terrace is on the left, moving right numbers follow in descending order to 2, which is the side of 9 Kendal Lane, an off-licence shop. The weather must have been hot, many of the houses have there sash windows pulled down to let in air. Children in photos taken of the area on the same day are wearing swim-suits.
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