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Search Aspect (Royston Hill )
Location - Leeds & District

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Royston Hill, no.41, post box (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View centred on a post box outside no.41 Royston Hill. This red brick bungalow is one of a pair of homes for aged people built in 1927 by local building firm Waterhouses.
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Royston Hill, nos.41 and 43 (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View shows a pair of red brick bungalows built in 1927 by Waterhouse builders as homes for aged people. On the left is no.43 Royston Hill and on the right no.41. The Waterhouse family had established their building firm in 1853 and are still in operation on Bradford Road today (2010).
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Royston Hill, nos.41 and 43, commemorative plaque (East Ardsley)
Colour image2009. View shows a commemorative plaque on the external wall between two bungalows, nos.41 (right) and 43 (left) Royston Hill. The plaque reads 'Homes for Aged People erected by Mr & Mrs Walter Waterhouse 1927'. The Waterhouse family established a building firm in East Ardsley in 1853 and are still in operation today (2010).
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Royston Hill, numbers 41 & 43 (East Ardsley)
Colour image2005. View of number 41 (right) and 43 (left) Royston Hill. A plaque is mounted on the red brick external wall of the bungalows. It reads: 'Homes For Aged People Erected By Mr. & Mrs Walter Waterhouse 1927'. The Waterhouse family had established a building firm in East Ardsley in 1853.
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Royston Hill, numbers 41 & 43 (East Ardsley)
Colour image2005. Image shows numbers 43, left, and 41, right, Royston Hill. These red brick bungalows were erected in 1927 as ' Homes For Aged People' by Mr. & Mrs. Walter Waterhouse. A plaque with this information can be seen on the external wall. A traditional red pillar box stands in the foreground.
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