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Search Aspect (Victoria Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Carr Lane, looking across to terraced houses in Victoria Place (Little London)
Black & White image28th October 1938. View from Carr Lane showing a row of substantial terraced houses, with bay windows, behind a high stone wall and located in Victoria Place. The junction with Victoria Grove can be seen towards the left. Further to the far left are the junctions with Primrose Street and Reuben Street. Carr Lane is paved with stone setts and there is a street lamp on the pavement. Written on the bottom of the photograph is 'Property Offered by Mosleys on Behalf of Mrs J. L. Renton.' There may be a connection, with the name of Renton, to Tom Renton who was once a shopkeeper at numbers 8-10 Carr Lane, not far from the junction with Reuben Street. Left of centre the small building is a shop which was once the local dairy run by the Gill family until about 1939 when the area was cleared. (Directory of Leeds for 1932 - Mrs Sarah Ellen Gill, Milk Dealer, numbers 11-13 Carr Lane). A sign on the high brick wall advertises the firm of Juan Flooring Ltd, Mosaic and Terrazzo Composition. They moved premises to Ashton Road, Leeds 8 when the area was demolished.
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Churwell, wide angle aerial view (Churwell) (9 comments)
Black & White imagec1950. Wide angle aerial view of Lower Churwell. Below the railway line the semi-circular estate of prefabs at Cottingley is in view. Elland Road is seen to the right of the photograph and Churwell Park is visible, lower left. The quarry for the brickworks is left of the middle. Ingle's leatherworks is shown, top right, and Victoria Place is to the bottom, right. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Victoria Place (Little London)
Black & White imagec.1950s. View looks along Back Victoria Place in the direction of St Matthew's Church Vicarage. Numbers run from the left in ascending order to number 17 on the right. Most houses have protuding wings.
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Victoria Place (Little London)
Black & White imagec.1950s. View shows the gable end of number 21 Victoria Place. Markings on the brickwork show where adjoining properties had originally stood.
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Victoria Place (Wortley) (2 comments)
Black & White image13th July 1961, View looks onto Victoria Place, an unmade road to the right. Part of property on Green Lane can be seen on the left edge then a yard belonging to number 45 Skilbeck Street seen on the right edge which was the business of Edwin Sumptner, boot repairer.
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