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Search Aspect (Thwaite Gate )
Location - Leeds & District

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Battersea Place, Thwaite Gate (Hunslet)
Black & White image15th July 1959 On the left of the image are numbers 2 and 4 Battersea Place, two back-to-back terraced houses with a shared outside toilet yard on the left. Two women stand in the doorway of number 4 on the left. At the corner on the right is number 59 Thwaite Gate, a wardrobe dealers. Also at the corner is an AA sign showing a light traffic alternative route for Bawtry and South via Wakefield.
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Fenton Place, Thwaite Gate (Hunslet)
Black & White image15th July 1959 View of Thwaite Gate showing on the left of the image the entrance to Fenton Place, a square of back-to-back and through-by-light terraced houses. This is situated between no. 55 (just visible on the far left) and no. 57 Thwaite Gate, formerly the Fenton Arms public house, a Red Label pub.
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Low Road, looking south-east (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Low Road looking south-east towards Thwaite Gate. The Old Red Lion public house is just to the left of centre while on the right is the Punch Clock public house. Yet another public house, the Crooked Billet, is just visible in the background.
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Punch Clock, rear view (Hunslet)
Colour imageAugust 2012. Rear view of the Punch Clock public house at Thwaite Gate, seen from its car park. Low Road is on the left. The pub is seen here closed down and boarded up but it was soon to re-open under the name of the Crooked Clock.
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Punch Clock, rear view (Hunslet)
Colour imageAugust 2012. Rear view of the Punch Clock public house at Thwaite Gate, seen from its car park. The pub, situated at the junction of Sussex Avenue and Low Road, is closed down here with a 'To Let' notice. It was soon to be re-opened, under a new name, the Crooked Clock.
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