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Search Aspect (Whitehall Road )
Location - Leeds & District

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Ashfield nos. 1, 2, 3, Whitehall Road (Farnley)
Black & White image14th January 1972 View shows three properties on Ashfield. These were through properties. The entrances shown here opened onto Whitehall Road. On the left edge is the doorway and garden path of number 4. Numbers 3, 2 and 1 followed to the right. Houses are decorated with stained glass windows.
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Ashfield nos. 20 - 23, Whitehall Road (Farnley)
Black & White image14th January 1972 Ashfield was situated off Whitehall Road. It was made up of back-to-back and through properties. Numbers 8 to 15 shared party walls with numbers 16 to 23. The latter of these facing onto Whitehall Road. In this view, numbers 20 to 23 are visible.
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Ashfield nos. 4 - 7, Whitehall Road (Farnley) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th January 1972 Through properties on Ashfield. Numbers run from 7 to 4, left to right. Numbers 7 and 6 have small entrance porches. These entrances faced onto Whitehall Road with gardens running down to the pavement.
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Bradford Road, looking south - east (Drighlington)
Colour image14th December 1990. Colour photograph looking south - east along Bradford Road to the junction with Whitehall Road. No. 22 is on the left; in the centre is the Victoria public house.
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Bradford Road, looking south-east (Drighlington)
Black & White image10th February 1977. Image shows Bradford Road. The row of properties on the right, numbered, from left, 37 to 43 Bradford Road, are known as Clafton Villas. Beyond the row the white building is the Painter's Arms public house at number 35. The view looks towards the junction with Whitehall Road.
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