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Search Aspect (Seamer Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Delph Hill, Pickering Street (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th February 1964 A gas street lamp lights the entrance to Delph Hill at night, a narrow walkway connecting Seamer Street to Canal Road. The main properties seen are in Pickering Street with part of Carlton Works seen in the background.
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Seamer Street no. 26 (Armley)
Black & White image12th February 1964 View of Seamer Street showing the gable end of number 26. The house has been extended to the side elevation and alterations are being made to the perimeter wall.
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Seamer Street nos. 8 - 18 (Armley) (4 comments)
Black & White image12th February 1964 View of red brick terraced properties in Seamer Street showing, from left to right, numbers 18 to 8. These houses have back yards and brick built outside toilet blocks. A young boy stands in the foreground of the photograph wearing a balaclava to keep out the cold.
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Seamer Street, family group (Armley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageJanuary 1957. Image shows a famly group posing for the camera outside number 2 Seamer Street. Seamer Street was a row of red brick terraced homes located between Delph Hill and Armley Road, opposite Bankfield Mills. The elderly lady in the centre is Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Clarke. She is sourrounded by her family, including some young members. Mrs. Clarke died in the same year of the photograph, on 3rd October 1957, at the age of 87 after contracting Asian Flu. Number 2 Seamer Street was adjacent to number 192 Armley Road. It was the business of E. Binks & Son, High Class Family Butcher and a sign to that effect can be seen in the background, right. Another view of the house and shop can be seen on Leodis, ID number 200366_45464724.
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Seamer Street, junction with Armley Road (Armley) (6 comments)
Black & White image12th February 1964 View of Seamer Street at the junction with Armley Road, houses number from the left edge 6, 4 and 2. Fronting onto Armley Road are two shops, number 192, which appears to be a butchers and adjacent, number 190, grocers. A sign for S. Morris and Sons Furniture Makers points in the direction of Pickering Street, far right.
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