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Search Aspect (Malvern Road )
Location - Leeds & District

Algeria Place nos. 13, 15 & 16 (Beeston) (3 comments)
Black & White image15th July 1964, View of red brick constructed housing in Algeria Place. From left to right, number 13 (with coach built pram in the garden). Number 15 and several steps to number 16. Number 16 fronts on to Malvern Road. Numbers 13 & 15 are back-to-back houses and there is a passage between them with access to Algeria Street.
[internal reference; 2003317_57227725:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 154 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 9)]
Algeria Street at the junction with Algeria Road showing the corner shop at no 34 (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image15th July 1964, Looking across Malvern Road to the junction with Algeria Street. The shop occupies premises on the corner and sells groceries and 'local grown caulis, cabbages, carrots and peas.' The house with the white door is number 32, then there is an entrance to an outside toilet, before number 30. The shop keeper stands at the door to greet customers.
[internal reference; 2003317_64149112:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 158 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 10)]
Algeria Street nos. 45, 47 & 49 from the junction with Malvern Road (Beeston)
Black & White image10th July 1964, View of Algeria Street showing numbers 45 to 49 from the left. These are back-to-back houses built in red brick. Number 45 is part of the shop premises on the corner (number 7a Malvern Road). Three small girls are playing in the street and there is an advertising sign for Cardinal Polish on the wall beneath the sign for Algeria Street.
[internal reference; 2003314_37485903:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 117 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 7)]
Algeria Street, nos. 36 - 40 (Beeston)
Black & White image21st July 1964, View of Algeria Street, showing from the left number 40, 38 & 36. The shop on the corner is no 9 Malvern Road. It is interesting to speculate whether Algeria and Tunis Street got their names via a connection with the nearby Malthouse. Malt has been exported to these places in the past and there is a demand which continues to the present day. Old wooden doors on the left shore up an old toilet block in poor state of repair.
[internal reference; 2003312_6940859:WYAS Algeria Street. Box 4/2. No 228 (2nd copy Local Studies D LIC Algeria 2)]
Back Malvern Road (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image25th June 1973 Image shows the rear entrance and yard of a large through terraced house number 54 Malvern Road. This area was to be demolished under a Leeds City Council clearance programme.
[internal reference; 20031113_56469363:WYAS Beeston Hill (Normanton Street) Box 131, no. 2]