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Search Aspect (Shakespeare Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alan Street, Shakespeare Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, This image shows Alan Street on the left where double wooden doors lead to the rear yard of number 28a Shakespeare Street. On the right is the front of number 28a Shakespeare Street, a large double fronted through terrace. On the far right are numbers 26 and 28 two through terraced houses with small front yards.
[internal reference; 2003815_4963320:WYAS Shakespeare Street Box 103/1, no. 44]
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Arthur Street, nos.2, 4, 6, Shakespeare Street no. 24 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd June 1960 On the right is Arthur Street, seen from Shakespeare Street. To the left is number 6, women are in the doorway of 4, 2 is to the right. The shop is 24 Shakespeare Street, Slater's Stores.
[internal reference; 2003115_65211123:WYAS (Burns Street) Box no 22/2, no 207]
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Azalea Street, Shakespeare Street (Burmantofts) (4 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, This image shows Azalea Street on the left and Shakespeare Street on the right. On the corner is the Burmantofts Congretional Church. Seating 450 the notice board on the corner lists service times and the Reverand as a Constance Clark.
[internal reference; 2003815_99728030:WYAS Shakespeare Street Box 103/1, no. 73]
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Beckett Street recreation ground, looking towards Arthur Street (Burmantofts) (28 comments)
Black & White image9th June 1949. View shows children playing on swings and slides in Beckett Street recreation ground. The terraces of red brick houses in the background are in Arthur Street, numbering from the left, 1-25. Arthur Street continues after the junction with Shakespeare Street which is off camera, right. The 'rec' is bounded by Beckett Street, off camera left, and Shakespeare Street to the right. Burns Street cuts across the opposite end to Arthur Street and is behind the photographer. The playground is well-used and there are mothers with prams and pushchairs and a dog.
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Bertie Street, Shakespeare Street (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, On the left of this image are three through terraced properties numbers 25 to 29. On the far left are two double fronted back-to-back houses numbers 21 and 23. On the right in the gable end of the terrace is number 55 Shakespeare Street.
[internal reference; 2003819_59707278:WYAS Shakespeare Street Box 103/4, no. 310]