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Search Aspect (St. Luke''s Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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St. Luke's Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated On the left edge of this view, Stamford Street can just be seen. On the right is the odd numbered side of St. Luke's Street. Numbers run to the right in ascending order from number 11 in the centre.
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St. Luke's Street nos. 2 & 8 (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated View looks across brick built properties on the even numbered side of St. Luke's Street. On the left edge, part of Brown's Square is visible. Numbers run from 8 to 2, left to right. Numbers 8 and 6 St. Luke's Street have 2 storeys and also had entrances at numbers 15 and 14 Brown's Square to the rear. Numbers 4 and 2 St. Luke's street went through to numbers 29a and 29 Brown's Yard.
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St. Luke's Street nos. 35 & 43 (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View looks from the site of Sheepscar Place onto odd-numbered properties on St. Luke's Street. The houses in view are back-to-backs. Number 35 is visible on the left. A group of women and children stand in front of this property. The row continues to the right in ascending order to number 43 on the right edge.
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St. Luke's Street nos. 6 & 8 (rear), Brown's Square (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated View shows two through properties on Brown's Square. Number 14 is on the left, followed to the right by number 15. Three women and a child are outside number 15. These houses were the back entrances to numbers 6 and 8 St. Luke's Street. A house on the odd numbered side of St. Luke's Street can be seen on the right edge.
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St. Luke's Street, nos. 25 & 27 (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated This view shows two brick built properties on the odd-numbered side of St. Luke's Street. Number 25 is on the left, followed to the right by number 27. A pair of tyres lean against the doorstep of number 27. Derelict property can be seen on the left edge. Houses on Stamford Street are visible to the right.
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