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Search Aspect (Moor View )
Location - Leeds & District

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Baker & Hyman Ltd, Electrical Engineers (Beeston)
Colour image7th March 2008. Image shows the brick built premises of Baker & Hyman Ltd. known as Portland House in Moor View. It stands close to the M621 at the corner of Creskell Road with Moor View, in an area which used to be known locally as 'Mint'. The building was originally the Mint Methodist Chapel dating from 1892. At the time of this image it was for sale.
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Dewsbury Road, Moor View Road (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image25th August 1964 Image shows junction of Dewsbury Road and Moor View Road. On the far left is a Bread Shop at number 146. Also on the left are back-to-back houses with an advertising hoarding on the wall promoting Danish bacon. Two women and two children walk past a parked car towards the open door of number 140. On the right is Moor View Road displaying multiple advertisements for Rent a set 19" TV for 8'3, Wm Youngers Beer and Belle Vue Zoo Park. smaller posters promote the Elvis film Kissin' Cousins at the ABC Cinema Vicar Lane and recitals at Temple Newsam.
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Dunbar Street, Moor View Place (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th September 1964 Image shows numbers 2 to 8 Dunbar Street. On the left, four back-to-back terraced houses with a van, reg: SUG 953 parked outside number 4. Clothes hang above the cobbled street on washing lines strung between terraces. On the right is Moor View Place. These houses were soon to be demolished and the families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
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Dunbar Street, Moor View Road (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th September 1964 Image shows Dunbar Street on the left and nos. 21 to 31 Moor View Road on the right. The back-to-back terraces each have a private walled in garden. The triangular plot of land used means that the houses in the foreground have small gardens while those in the distance are larger. These houses were soon to be demolished and families relocated under a Leeds City council slum clearance programme.
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Elcho Street, Moor View Place (Hunslet)
Black & White image7th September 1964. Image shows numbers 2 to 4 Elcho Street on the left with a yard on the far left originally built to house the shared outside toilet. On the right a car, reg: PDT 684 is parked on Moor View Place, by the side of number 3 Roxborough Street, a shop with an advertisement on the wall for John Smith's Magnet Ales. These houses were soon to be demolished and the families relocated under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
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