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Search Aspect (Stamford Place )
Location - Leeds & District

Stamford Place (rear) (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated View looks from Skinner Lane onto the blind backs of properties on Stamford Place. Numbers run from 7 to 1, left to right, with both odd and even numbers included in the sequence. On the right, number 1 Stamford Place is also number 35 Skinner Lane, premises of F. Milner. A sign in the window states 'Lawn Mower Cutters Ground'.
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Stamford Place, No.8 (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated View shows number 8 Stamford Place, a large double fronted property which stands in the centre of the road at the end of the cul-de-sac. The garden has a semi-circular boundary wall. On the right are outside toilets and outbuildings. A man in a flatcap stands in the doorway of number 8.
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Stamford Place, nos. 5 & 6 (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated View shows three blind back properties on Stamford Place. On the left is number 5 which has a washing line outside, attached to the lamppost. Number 6 is in the centre. To the left of the path a young man sits on the wall, in front of him is a modified wheelchair used for transporting goods. Another man stands in the doorway while two women and a child sit further along the wall. Number 7 follows to the right with the circular garden wall of number 8 just visible on the right edge.
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Stamford Place, nos. 9 -13 (rear) (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated On the left edge of this view, number 41 Skinner Lane. This was a back-to-back house which faced away from the street. Moving right are the blind backs of numbers 13 - 9 Stamford Place with both odd and even numbers included in the sequence. Several billboards can also be seen advertising Besey lighters, Saxa Salt and Quality Street chocolates. A larger billboard reads 'Remember the wonders of Wool. Wool protects you from chills because it is absorbent'.
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Stamford Place, nos. 9 - 12 (Sheepscar)
Black & White imageUndated Stamford Place was a cul-de-sac off Skinner Lane. On the left edge of this view, part of number 8 is visible. Number 9 to 12 then run to the right edge. Outside toilets can be seen in the corner between numbers 8 and 9. A man and a lady sit on the front wall of number 12 while a child plays in the gutter.
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