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Results Found (10), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect (New Leeds )
Location - Leeds & District

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New Leeds no. 11 (Newlay)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View shows number 11 New Leeds. This large stone property backed onto the Leeds and Liverpool Canal. The main entrance to the property has a porch containing shelves of pot plants around it. An additional entrance gives access to a smaller section of the house with a sloped roof. A large tree stands in the garden to the left.
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New Leeds no. 11, Rear View, Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Newlay) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View looks across the Leeds and Liverpoll Canal, which is just visible in the foreground, onto the back of number 11 New Leeds. At the bottom of the house are two small wooden door which had possibly been used for commercial canal access. On the right, part of a canal barge is visible.
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New Leeds nos. 1 - 5, Rear View (Newlay) (1 comment)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View shows the back of properties on New Leeds. Five houses can be seen in this view, numbers 1 to 5 left to right. In the foreground is a well kept lawn and flowerbeds.
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New Leeds nos. 1, 2, 3 (Newlay) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View looks from Pollard Lane into stone built properties on a terrace known as New Leeds. This photograph shows numbers 3, 2 then 1 from left to right. Houses have traditional style, multiplepaned windows. A line of washing hangs across the gardens, partially obscuring the view.
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New Leeds nos. 4, 5, 6 (Newlay)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View looks across walled gardens onto properties on New Leeds. Moving right are numbers 6, 5 then 4. Houses have heavy stone surrounds to doors and windows and tradtional style window glazing. Washing hangs across the gardens.
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