|||Alexander Crescent looking towards Hartwell Road (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Image taken at the end of Alexander Crescent, looking onto Hartwell Road. The man in the picture is George Batchelor who lived at number 30 Alexander Crescent, a through house also addressed as 75 Hyde Park Road. He is leaning against the rear gates of a branch of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, fronting Hyde Park Road at numbers 77 and 79. These rear gates are at number 32 Alexander Crescent. The co-op cellars were used as an air-raid shelter during the Second World War, as indicated by the signage on the gates. In the background is Westfield Works where H. Garnett's shoulder pad manufacturing business was based. The firm also had premises at St. Andrew's Works in Westfield Road, Burley.
[internal reference; 20131223_174812:LEO 7596]
|||Alexandra Road, Hyde Park Road no. 45 (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
|6th December 1972
Image shows a butchers at number 45 Hyde Park Road (right) on the corner with Alexandra Road (left). Run by George Ledsford, a quality meat purveyor selling beef, lamb, pork and poultry, Mr Ledsford has the motto 'Walk in please, walk out pleased!' written above the door. Visible on the far left at number 4 Alexandra Road is a Dutton's off licence at the corner with Alexandra Crescent.
[internal reference; 2003115_90981692:WYAS Kings Road (Burley) Box 153, no. 3]
|||Apsley Street nos. 2 - 6, Hyde Park Road no. 82 (Burley) (2 comments)
|2nd April 1959
Number 6 Apsley Street is on the left of this view followed to the right by numbers 4 and 2 which were part of the Park Hotel, a Melbourne Ales owned pub at number 82 Hyde Park Road. The lower half of the building is tiled. Included in redevelopment plans for the Burley area.
[internal reference; 200358_3200930:WYAS Hyde Park Road, Box 56, no. 101]
|||Back Lane (Guiseley)
View of Back Lane, looking north-west. On the left are a pair of old stone-built properties, numbers 1 (right) and 3 (left), Back Lane. On the right the driveways to bungalows are visible. The view is looking from the direction of Park Road. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
[internal reference; 2013419_174381:LEO 7713]
|||Barden House, Donald Pickles & Son, Funeral Directors (Guiseley)
View of Barden House, at this time the premises of Donald Pickles & Son, Funeral Directors. Donald Pickles & Son is now based at Cross Green in Otley and Barden House is home to the Wharfedale Clinic, specialising in Musculoskeletal conditions. Barden House is a Grade II listed building and is thought to be a dwelling or farmhouse dating from the early to mid eighteenth century. The extension at the rear is said to have been used at one time as a weaving shop. The building is addressed as number 50 Park Road. Image courtesy of Anne North & Guiseley Methodist Church.
[internal reference; 2013419_174392:LEO 7724]