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Search Aspect (Oxford Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albert Lowres, Bootmaker and Repairer, 183 Meanwood Road (Little London) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the premises of Albert Lowres, Bootmaker and Repairer, located at number 183 Meanwood Road. The proprietor, Albert James Lowres, is standing to the right of the group in the doorway and is wearing a long apron. He was born in 1871 in Shoreditch and his wife Annie, nee Green, (seen centrally) was born in Stansted in Essex. On the left is Albert's father, Edward William Lowres, who was born on 20th October, 1838 in Bristol. There is decorative arching over the window and the door and advertising for Parrot Boot Polishes displayed on the glass. The shop was situated on the south-west side of Meanwood Road in a section of properties between Cambridge Road and Oxford Road.
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Ashfield Place nos. 10, 12, 14, Oxford Road nos. 33, 35 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image8th August 1967 Oxford Road number 33 with two men outside, to the right is number 35. Ashfield Terrace begins on the left edge, then Ashfield Place can be seen, numbers 10, 12, 14 in ascending order from the left.
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Ashfield Place nos. 6, 8, Oxford Road no 32 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image16th August 1967, View of Ashfield Place, no 6 is to the left, a vacant house. Next to the right is number 8. Oxford Road is on the right, number 32 is on the right.
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Ashfield Street from Cambridge Road, coronation street party decorations (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1953. View of Ashfield Street, festooned with bunting and decorations for a coronation street party. The photograph was taken by Mr. Herbert Thompson of number 41 Oxford Road whose house was at the junction with Ashfield Street and who was very much involved in the organisation of the street celebration. A Union Jack and a sign reading 'God Bless Our Queen' are strung across the street, where a number of people can be seen. In the foreground is Cambridge Road and the view is towards Lapish Street and Ashfield Engineering Works. The tall building in the bacground is possibly Perseverance Mills.
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Ashfield Street nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, Oxford Road no 38 (Woodhouse)
Black & White image16th August 1967, On the left is Oxford Road, number 38 with Ashfield Street to the right. Number 7 is first then 5, 3 and 1 on the right edge.
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