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Search Aspect (Lodge Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Lodge Lane, rear of nos.113-133 Lodge Lane (Beeston) (1 comment)
Colour image1989. View of Back Lodge Lane showing the rear of terraced houses numbered 113 to 133 Lodge Lane. All have small back yards, some with washing lines, some with out-buildings. This is the south-west side of Back Lodge Lane running from Stratford Terrace to Trentham Street.
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Brompton Row, nos.2-16 (Beeston)
Colour image1989. View of Brompton Row seen from Brompton Terrace. Houses in the foreground are numbered from 2 to 8, then above the gap of the (now defunct) lavatory yards are nos.10-16. Back Lodge Lane runs across the top of the street with the rear of houses addressed as Lodge Lane.
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Hardy Street from Greenmount Street at the junction with Lodge Lane (Beeston) (3 comments)
Black & White image4th August 1983 View of Hardy Street from Greenmount Street at the junction with Lodge Lane. The main focus is number 1 Hardy Street, the brick-built former Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society branch. The foundation corner stone was laid on 22nd August 1896 by Jos. Wigglestone and the co-op opened on 22nd April 1897. At the time of the image the building was undergoing conversion to the Kashmir Muslim Welfare Centre and the upper storey windows had recently been replaced. On the left Hardy Terrace is visible. In the background there is a glimpse of Tempest Road, right.
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Hardy Street from the former Stewart Place. (Beeston)
Black & White image4th August 1983. View across to Hardy Street from the former Stewart Place. The two areas of grass were once the site of red brick streets Ellis Place and Stewart Place, foreground. The building with shop frontage is the former Co-op, dating from 1897, at number 1 Hardy Street. At the time of this photograph it was undergoing conversion to the Kashmir Muslim Welfare Centre. Numbers 3 and 5 Hardy Street are on the right. Through the gap in the middle properties in Hardy Terrace are visible. Properties in Lodge Lane are seen far left.
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Hardy Street Looking towards Lodge Lane. (Beeston)
Black & White image4th August 1983. View of Hardy Street looking towards Lodge Lane. In the foreground, left, is the junction with Tempest Place and waste land where Ellis Place once stood. In the centre the former Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society building can be seen at number 1 Hardy Street, with decorative gable and roof line. It dates from the nineteenth century, opening on the 22nd April 1897. The building is on two storeys with a door in the wall at the upper level, above the gated entrance to the yard. At the time the photograph was taken the old Co-op was undergoing conversion to the Kashmir Welfare Muslim Centre. At the right edge a woman is standing in the doorway of number 3 Hardy Street.
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