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Search Aspect (Kirkstall Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Abbey Road and Kirkstall Lane Junction (Kirkstall) (4 comments)
Black & White image29th July 1938. Row of stone cottages at junction of Abbey Road and Kirkstall Lane. Gardens in view, including a vegetable patch and a bird bath in one.
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Abbey Road and Kirkstall Lane junction. (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image29th July 1938. Junction of Abbey Road and Kirkstall Lane, showing tram lines, traffic lights, bus, car, overhead tram wires, Abbey Cinema, Cross Row.
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Church Street, looking towards Kirkstall Lane (Kirkstall)
Black & White image20th July 1979. View looking from Church Street to Kirkstall Lane, where the Kirkstall District Centre and Grandways supermarket are in the process of being built. Terraced housing on Milton Terrace can be seen on the left.
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Commercial Road, looking north-west (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White image6th November 1979. Looking north-west along Commercial Road towards the junction with Bridge Road, Abbey Road and Kirkstall Lane. An advertisement for Grandways is prominent, pointing towards the car park to the right. Shops seen on the right include Temple Galleries, fine art dealers and picture framers, at no. 41 and Dennis Gibson, bookmakers, at no. 43.
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Commercial Road, The London, City and Midland Bank (Kirkstall) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Old view of properties in Commercial Road on the east side. On the left, with decorative gable is the London, City and Midland Bank at number 1 Commercial Road. The gap between the buildings is the entrance to Pratt's Row. Kirkstall Lane runs up the left side of the bank. The main road continues towards Horsforth as Abbey Road, off the left edge. Bridge Road begins at the bottom right hand corner and crosses the River Aire to Bramley. The curved building on the corner is number 2a Commercial Road, part of a row of brick-built shops and businesses. A tram disappears in the distance towards Leeds City Centre.
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