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Results Found (6), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect (South Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Hunslet Lane and South Brook Street, Simms Clock. (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White image23rd January 1935. View shows the new premises of Simms Motor Units Ltd. on the corner of Hunslet Lane (foreground) and South Brook Street, in the building that was once the Yorkshire Brass & Copper works. Features are Simms Clock and a Simms Magnetos works vehicle parked outside. To the right, with an Oxo advertisement on the wall, are the rears of houses facing on to South Terrace.
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South Terrace, Harewood House, Harrogate Road Harewod (Harewood)
Black & White image1962. A picture of the south facing terrace of Harewood House. The 3rd Earl of Harewood commissioned Sir Charles Barry to create the terrace in 1841. The photograph show the original fountain which was destroyed by frost in 1982 and later replaced by the statue Orpheus.
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South Terrace, nos. 1-3, rear view (Hunslet)
Black & White image3rd January 1936. View of the rear of South Terrace, seen from Hunslet Lane, showing derelict-looking houses with a large advertising hoarding for Oxo on the wall. However, the fronts of these houses, seen in Leodis image 857, appear to be well-maintained and occupied on the same date. They were listed in a 1927 trade directory as being apartments run by Mrs. Martha Stocks. Despite being in what was classed as an "unhealthy area", the buildings were still in place in 1962, before the site was taken over by Tetley's Brewery. A cobbled street is to the side of the houses.
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South Terrace, nos. 1-6 (Hunslet)
Black & White image3rd January 1936. View along South Terrace, situated off Hunslet Lane, with number 6 in the foreground where two men can be seen through the window. Although the fronts of the houses here appear well maintained and occupied, the rears, as seen in Leodis images 854 and 874, were quite run down. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 were listed in a 1927 trade directory as being apartments run by Mrs Martha Stocks. They were part of an area classed as an "unhealthy area" but despite this the buildings were still in place in 1962, after which the site was taken over by Tetley's Brewery.
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South Terrace, nos. 1-6 (Hunslet) (4 comments)
Black & White image3rd January 1936. View looking down South Terrace from Hunslet Lane, showing what look to be neat, well-maintained houses with net curtains in the windows. Nos. 1, 2 and 3, at the near end, were listed in a 1927 trade directory as being apartments run by Mrs. Martha Stocks. They were not listed in later directories but appear to be occupied here. However, the backs of the houses were quite run down as seen in Leodis images 854 and 874, and were in what was classed as an "unhealthy area". Despite this, the buildings were still there in 1962, before the site was taken over by Tetley's Brewery.
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