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Search Aspect (Middle Fold )
Location - Leeds & District

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Mabgate and Middle Fold (Mabgate) (5 comments)
Black & White image12th December 1929. View shows Mabgate junction with Middle Fold, shop on corner is premises of Mrs Ann Parish, Newsagent this is 44 Mabgate. The property to the left is listed in the 1929 Kelly's directory as been the premises of Mrs Leah Sneider but was believed to have originally been the Old Buck Inn. Beyond the newsagents are the premises of Mrs Ann Smith, shopkeeper, then New Church Place. Two men stand on the pavement beside a low wall with railings that enclose the graveyard. Junction with St Mary's Street can be seen in the distance.
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Middle Fold (Mabgate) (5 comments)
Black & White image1956, View looking along commercial and industrial properties on Middle Fold. On the left edge the side of number 7 Ward's Fold can just be seen. Moving right, number 9 Middle Fold which had been the premises of M. Tagger, upholsterer and according to a wall mounted sign, Green's French Polishers. Numbers 15 and 21 follow to the right. The building on the right is marked on maps as a warehouse.
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Middle Fold (Mabgate) (2 comments)
Black & White image1956, Rear view of commercial and industrial properties on Middle Fold. On the left edge, number 32 New Church Place is just visible. The first property in view on Middle Fold is marked on maps as a warehouse. Posters warning of the consequences of 'wilful damage' to the property suggest that it is no longer in use. The backs of numbers 21, 15 and 9 follow to the right. In the background can be seen commercial premises on New York Road can be seen including Tate of Leeds Ltd, motor engineers.
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