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Search Aspect (Tempest Road )
Location - Leeds & District

Back Wickham Street off Tempest Road (Beeston) (2 comments)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Back Wickham Street showing two rows of redbrick terrace housing. The right hand row fronts onto Tempest Road and they number from the background to the foreground 53-87 Tempest Road. On the left are the rear of houses numbering from 82 in the background to 118 (foreground) Wickham Street. each house has a small back yard and a designated space for wheelie bins.
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Burlington Road, Cross Flatts (Beeston) (7 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Burlington Road, a street of red brick terraced homes with small gardens, which runs parallel with Tempest Road. This photograph is taken from part way up Burlington Road, possibly from Woodview Road, and looks towards houses in Maud Avenue which crosses the end of Burlington Road.
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Burlington Road, from junction with Harlech Avenue (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image30th July 1975. View shows Burlington Road from the junction with Harlech Avenue. Nos. 104 (centre) and 102 (right) can be seen. Back Burlington Road is on the left with the rear of no. 180 Tempest Road visible. Two children are seen in the foreground, one of them on a bicycle.
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Cemetery Road and Tempest Road at the junction with Beeston Road (Beeston) (42 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Groups of men wearing flat caps can be seen standing at the junctions of Cemetery Road and Tempest Road with Beeston Road. The photographer is standing at the top of Cemetery Road looking across Beeston Road to the top of Tempest Road, which is disappearing into the far distance (Beeston Road cuts across horizontally). The top of Beeston Hill is just off camera to the left. The photograph is likely to have been taken in the 1920s.
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Church of the Holy Spirit, interior view (Beeston) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. An interior view of the Church of the Holy Spirit. It stands in Tempest Road at the junction with Maud Avenue. It was a hundred years old in 2003 and is enjoying a new role as one of the founder members of 'Faith Together', a collaboration between Christians and Muslims.
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