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Search Aspect (Stables )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Asket Hill, original stables to Asket Hill house (Oakwood) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of what had originally been the stables/garage of a large house called Asket Hill, located on Asket Hill. The house itself has been demolished but these properties remain and were numbered on the 1952 OS map as 1 and 2 Asket Hill. The properties, which have an entrance going up Asket Hill on the left-hand side, would have provided accommodation for the staff employed by the big house. On the census of 1881 the house called Asket Hill was the home of Thomas Green, a Mechanical Engineer (70) his wife, Sarah (52), his Grandson, Thomas and step-children William and Elizabeth Penrose. The family had three live-in domestic servants. The firm of Thomas Green & Sons was based at Smithfield Ironworks of 96 and 98 North Street, Leeds, and 54 and 55 Blackfriars Road, London. Green's was the manufacturer of Green's Patent Lawn Mowing Machines, as well as being general engineers, machists, iron and brassfounders and boilermakers. In 1881 one of the above properties was occupied by John Tindall (52), his wife, Jane (45) and their two daughters, Ada (10) and Lizzie (5). John Tindall is listed on the census as a Coachman and Domestic Servant who most likely worked for the Green family.
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Aysgarth View, Stables (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image6th October 1966, Image shows building previously used as a stables. This large building only has windows high on the wall under the edge of the roof. The foreground is littered with rubbish, waste and industrial materials.
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Barr Street (Burmantofts)
Black & White image25th November 1938. York Road improvement area showing outhouses, possibly stables or kennels? A dog can be seen in the doorway.
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Bramma Street, old closets and stable (City Centre)
Black & White image21st March 1907. Bramma Street improvement area showing old houses, closets and stable. Workmen with ladder and measuring pole. Street paved with stone sets.
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Colton Road, old stables and coach house (Whitkirk) (2 comments)
Black & White image4th August 1954. icture shows the old stables and coach house located on the west side of Colton Road which are part of the Manor House and are Grade II listed. The buildings are disused and in a derelict state with broken windows and boarded up doors. Later, they were to be converted to a dwelling. There are two garage doors visible either side of the main building. Features include an arcaded ground floor. The stables and coach house date from the late eighteenth century.
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