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Search Aspect (Oulton )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bill, Oulton Brewery (Oulton) (2 comments)
Black & White image11th July 1869. Bill from Bentley's Oulton Brewery, 'Ale, Porter & East India Pale Ale Brewers',to Thomas Horn of Thwaite Mills.
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Leeds Road, The Nookin (Oulton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of The Nookin on Leeds Road, an old Tudor-style house which has a beam inscribed with the date 1611. This is actually believed to be the date of a restoration to the house; the building is thought to be at least a century older and not surprisingly is now listed.
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Longroyd View side of Joseph Priestley College (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image2004. View of the Longroyd View side of Joseph Priestley College on Burton Avenue, seen from the junction with Poulton Place. Formerly Hunslet Moor Primary School, the building became part of the further education college in about 1993.
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Monkton Road, Oulton Terrace (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th November 1958 The image is taken from Monkton Road, however the back-to-back houses with windows facing, set back from the road are located in Oulton Terrace. They are back-to-back with Oulton Street. The gable end seen at the left edge is addressed as number 1 Monkton Road and also as 87 Dewsbury Road, being on the corner. At this time it housed a Metal Craft Shop, but according to the directory of Leeds for 1947 number 87 Dewsbury Road was the premises of Ernest Crawshaw, Butcher. Moving right, the properties in Oulton Terrace are numbered 4, (Number 4 includes the first 4 windows - the property where the street sign can be seen) then 12 and 14. An outside toilet block is visible in the foreground on the right. In front of the back-to-backs are gardens with front walls and gates leading onto Monkton Road.
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New Central Clinic (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd March 1933. Group photograph taken at the official opening of the New Central Clinic on Oulton lane. Back: H.C.Jackson, C.A.E.Snell, W.Lunn, Cllr P.Wade, Cllr F.Stringer, Cllr R.Hartley, W.Dobson, W.Chapman. Middle: Miss M.Harvey, Cllr Chambers, Dr.H.Stevenson, Cllr F.Brown, E.F.Moorhouse, Cllr W.Robinson, Cllr A.Blackburn, Dr.R.Lawrence, W.H.Turner, Miss E.Abram. Front: Miss M.Cameron, Miss C.Smart, Miss F.F.Moorhouse, Dr J.H.Turnbull, Mrs J.P.Oakes, Cllr Mrs.L.Cook.
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