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Search Aspect (Thomas Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bolland Street, looking towards Quarry Mount Primary School (Woodhouse)
Colour imageAugust 1985. View looking up Bolland Street towards Quarry Mount Primary School situated on Cross Quarry Street. Terraced housing on the bottom half of Bolland Street has already been demolished and the rest would follow soon after. Houses on the far right on Thomas Street would remain intact though and are still there today (2013).
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Cross Quarry Street, looking east (Woodhouse)
Black & White imageAugust 1985. View of Cross Quarry Street looking east. Junctions with Thomas Street, Quarry Place, Quarry Street and Christopher Road are on the right before the road becomes Glossop Street as it bears towards the left. On the far left, a fence encloses the grounds of Quarry Mount Primary School, followed by the junction with Quarry Street.
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Pennington Street, Pennington Grove (Woodhouse)
Colour imageAugust 1985. View looking across a cleared area, covered with grass, towards Pennington Street on the left and Pennington Grove on the right. The cleared area, formerly the site of St. Gabriel's Church, has since been redeveloped. Quarry Mount Primary School is seen on the corner of Pennington Street and Cross Quarry Street; streets of terraced housing leading off the latter include Bolland Street, Thomas Street, Quarry Place and Quarry Street.
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Quarry Mount Primary School, playground, looking towards Cross Quarry Street (Woodhouse)
Colour imageAugust 1985. View from the playground of Quarry Mount Primary School looking towards Cross Quarry Street. Streets of terraced housing leading off are (from right) Bolland Street, Thomas Street, Quarry Place, Quarry Street and Christopher Road. Quarry Street continues on the far left while Cross Quarry Street becomes Glossop Street in the distance.
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St Thomas Street nos. 12 - 18 (Stanningley)
Black & White image30th July 1968 Back-to-back brick built houses in St Thomas Street numbering from left to right, 18 to 12. A woman pegs out her washing at number 12 and two people are standing in the doorway of number 14.
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