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Search Aspect (Pinfold )
Location - Leeds & District

Chapel Street, Halton (Halton) (2 comments)
Black & White image5th June 1931. Old post office on corner of Chapel Street and Pinfold Lane. To left of photo is a newspaper placard with the headlines 'Wool Wages Reduction Proposal'. A gas lamp can be seen on the corner of Pinfold Lane. Houses on Gravely Street can be seen further down.
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Church Lane, numbers 11 to 19 (Garforth)
Black & White image1905. Postcard showing an old property numbered as 11 to 19 Church Lane. In the foreground, left, behind the hedging is the cricket ground. Between the cricket ground and the first house a boy stands with a bicycle. This is the junction with Pinfold Lane. A cross, marked on the window of the second house from the left, suggests that this house was called Neva Villas according to information written on the reverse side of the postcard. In the background the Sunday School and the Methodist Chapel are visible.
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Enclosure Map, Rothwell Centre (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1816. Image shows an enclosure map from 1816 showing the central part of Rothwell, or "Marsh Area", south of Marsh Lane, and between Swithins Street and what is now Royds Lane, previously Pinfold Road. Workhouse Road, now Springfield Street, can be seen below the marsh area. The workhouse was built there in 1772. The area was enclosed under the 3rd Enclosure Act of 1809.
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Hiley's Place, Pinfold Lane (Armley)
Black & White image15th January 1958 View shows Hiley's Place off Pinfold Lane. On the left are three blind back terraced houses numbers 1 to 5 with number 7 facing down the street visible at the end. On the right is number 23 Pinfold Lane. This area was soon to be demolished under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme.
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Nineveh Road at the junction with Marshall Street, showing the former Holbeck Library (Holbeck)
Colour image7th March 2008. View of Nineveh Road, foreground, at the junction with Marshall Street, right. The building with the tower is the former Holbeck Library which dates from 1903. It is now occupied by WPA Pinfold and has been named 'Ex Libris'. WPA Pinfold are designers of brands and communications. The building on the right is in the process of being demolished. It is a former warehouse and became a call centre for The Reality Group delivery service.
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