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Search Aspect (Upper Accommodation Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bertha Grove, from Upper Accommodation Road (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1970-73. View shows a row of terraced houses on Bertha Grove, seen from Upper Accommodation Road with Ada View on the left. Numbers run from 3 on the left to 23 on the right and form back-to-backs with Bertha View.
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Butterfield Street, Upper Accommodation Road, no.36 (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image9th October 1963 Butterfield Street is on the left, the shop at the corner is 36 Upper Accommodation Road. It was a shoe repair business.
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East Leeds, aerial view (York Road)
Black & White imageApril 1966. Aerial view to the east of the city centre showing Richmond Hill at the bottom, Burmantofts in the centre and Harehills in the distance. York Road runs across the centre from left to right, joined by Upper Accommodation Road from the bottom centre and Pontefract Lane from the bottom right. The Ebor Gardens housing estate is seen just above York Road in the centre. Burmantofts Street leads off from York Road on the left, from the junction with New York Road and Marsh Lane, and becomes Beckett Street further up, passing St. James's Hospital and Beckett Street Cemetery towards the top centre. Saxton Gardens flats are seen on the bottom left.
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Hope Terrace, outside toilets (Richmond Hill)
Black & White image12th May 1967 On the right is the corner of number 6 Hope Terrace with a flagged pathway leading down the side and access to outside toilets for the street. Various items of rubbish have been discarded in the foreground, including an old pram. Adamson & Co (machines) Ltd, makers of industrial sewing machines can be seen in the background. They are at Prospect Works, Upper Accommodation Road.
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Jackson's Place, no.2, Upper Accommodation Road, no.34 (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White image9th October 1963 Jackson's Place is on the left, number 2 has a van outside. The van belonged to Revell's butchers, 'pork products' are advertised on the side. The shop is 34 Accommodation Road, business of Samuel Clifford Revell. Foods offered for sale include sandwiches, pies, polony, potted meat and sausages.
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