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[1]Bowness Place, from Cambrian Road (Beeston)
Bowness Place, from Cambrian RoadMarch 1973. View of Bowness Place seen from Cambrian Road. This short street of terraced housing, with numbers from left 8 to 2, is boarded up and derelict, soon to be demolished. Factory buildings can be seen backing onto the houses on the left, while at the far end of the row are the Cambrian Engineering Works on Bowness Road.
[2]Geranium Terrace, from Cambrian Street (Beeston)
Geranium Terrace, from Cambrian StreetMarch 1973. This view seen from Cambrian Street shows Geranium Terrace with Geranium Street to the left and Bowness Street to the right. Stott Brothers Glass Manufacturers on the left is addressed as 2 Geranium Street; this is followed by boarded up and derelict houses at numbers 4 to 8 Geranium Terrace, which were soon to be demolished. Buildings on the north side of Geranium Terrace nearest the camera have already been demolished.
[3]Tong Road, reservoir (Farnley)
Tong Road, reservoirMarch 1973. View looking from Tong Road onto a site being developed into a reservoir, bordered by Ring Road, Farnley on the left, Butt Lane at the far end, and Pudsey Road on the right. In the background, right, are the two tower blocks of Gamble Hill Grange and Gamble Hill Croft, while three more tower blocks seen in the distance to the left are most likely Rycroft Green, Rycroft Court and Rycroft Place, situated beside the Stanningley by-pass.
[4]Greenmount Terrace, numbers 2 - 4, derelict houses (Beeston)
Greenmount  Terrace, numbers 2 - 4, derelict housesMarch 1973. View shows derelict housing on Greenmount Terrace at the junction with Coupland Street. Number 2 is on the corner, and number 4 to the left. Boys play in the yard of number 2, which is strewn with rubble. The houses were shortly to be destined for demolition.
[5]Tong Road, Lane Side (Farnley)
Tong Road, Lane SideMarch 1973. View of a row of houses on Tong Road known as Lane Side. The one on the far left is Laneside Cottage.
[6]Newton Square, numbers 1-8 (Farnley)
Newton Square, numbers 1-8March 1973. View shows terraced housing on Newton Square, numbered 1 to 8 from right, including both odd and even numbers. Several properties are boarded up with the houses due for demolition shortly, but the presence of clothes hanging on the communal washing line in front would indicate that some of them are still occupied here.
[7]Greenmount Place, derelict houses (Beeston)
Greenmount Place, derelict housesMarch 1973. View shows a row of derelict terraced housing on Greenmount Place taken shortly before demolition. Outbuildings in front have already been pulled down leaving bricks and rubble in the yards.
[8]Coupland Street and Greenmount Place, derelict houses (Beeston)
Coupland Street and Greenmount Place, derelict housesMarch 1973. View shows derelict houses in Beeston Hill, boarded up and shortly to be demolished. Coupland Street is in the foreground with number 32 on the corner and 30 to the right, while Greenmount Place leads up from the left.
[9]Harry Blackburn Newsagent, Kirkstall Road. (Burley)
Harry Blackburn Newsagent, Kirkstall Road.c1920s. Image shows the shop of Harry Blackburn, newsagent, at 44 Kirkstall Road, on the junction with Adelphi Street. Harry Blackburn is listed in Leeds Trade Directories as being shopkeeper there from about 1924 to 1931. Posters showing news stories of the day cam be seen around the shop entrance. Buildings in the area were demolished between 1951 and 1954, when Kirkstall Road was widened. Kirkstall Road Fire Station now occupies the area.
[10]Hillcrest Picture Lounge, Harehills Lane (Harehills) (1 comment)
Hillcrest Picture Lounge, Harehills LaneUndated. Image shows Hillcrest Picture Lounge, at 386 Harehills Lane, at the junction with Lupton Avenue, seen on the right. The cinema opened on 31st December 1920, with the film "The Woman Thou Gave Us", and closed on 9th November 1963 with "Courage of Black Beauty". The premises were subsequently demolished, and the site redeveloped, with an office block now on the site.
[11]Pavillion Picture House, Stanningley (Stanningley) (1 comment)
Pavillion Picture House, StanningleyUndated. Image shows the Pavilion Picture House at the junction of Town Street and Leeds & Bradford Road, Stanningley, looking east. The cinema opened on 28th February 1920, showing "Daddy Longlegs" with Mary Pickford, and closed on 5th April 1970, showing "Invitation to a Gunfighter". Posters on the building are advertising "Rivers End", a 1920s silent Western film. It was also known for a time as Clifton Cinema. The premises were then used for bingo, before becoming vacant, and being converted to offices in around 2005.
[12]Old Eagle Tavern, York Street (Quarry Hill) (1 comment)
Old Eagle Tavern, York StreetUndated. Image shown the Old Eagle Tavern at the junction of York Street and Carver Street, probably pictured around the 1880s. The licensee name above the door is Edwin Blackburn, listed in Leeds trade Directories as being there from 1881 to 1886. The property was demolished in 1936
[13]Ivegate, Yeadon (Yeadon) (1 comment)
Ivegate, YeadonUndated. View of Ivegate, Yeadon, at the junction with Sandy Way. The building in the centre is a confectioners, listed in 1917 and 1920s Trade Directories as being run by a Sarah Ann Hancock. The end of the row of buildings was demolished some time before the 1960s. Further back can be seen the Cricketers Arms, licensee William Marshall. This area was demolished in the 1950s and is now a car park. In the background, Manor Woollen Mills can be seen.
[14]Town Street, Stanningley (Stanningley)
Town Street, StanningleyUndated. View of Town Street, Stanningley, looking west, probably taken around the 1900s. The premises of Charles F Wilkinson, grocer, can be seen on the left, at the junction with William Street, and to the right of that is the Baptist Sunday School, situated between School Terrace and School Place. Tram tracks can be seen in the road, and horse drawn vehicles in the distance.
[15]Railway Cutting, Crossgates (Cross Gates)
Railway Cutting, CrossgatesUndated. Image shows Crossgates Railway Station, which opened in 1834 on the Leeds and Selby Railway. Multiple tracks are visible, with a signal box on the left of the photo. The station was moved slightly east around 1902, and eventually dowsized to two platforms.
[16]Armley New Inn, Town Street. (Armley)
Armley New Inn, Town Street.1920s. View shows a group of women outside Armley New Inn at number 17 Town Street, adjacent to The Gang and opposite Old Field Yard and Appleyard Lane, at the eastern end of Town Street, In the 1925 Directory of Leeds the licencee is Joseph Pollard.
[17]Armley White Horse Inn Town Street. (Armley)
Armley White Horse Inn Town Street.Undated. A view of Armley White Horse Inn in the central end of town street and opposite Armley Moor. A large group of men are posing for the camera. One is holding up a Newspaper signs for Spencers arms and possibly Albion Brewery can be seen on the building. Above the door is the licencee name is Ralph Rowark who is listed as the licencee in the 1925 directory of Leeds.
[18]Beeston The White Hart Inn (Beeston)
Beeston The White Hart InnUndated. Image shows the White Hart Inn which changed hands between 1925 and 1927 to the licensee William Henry Louth shown on the sign. It was owned by the Leeds City Brewery Ltd and was originally the Old White Hart Inn, with the licensee Mrs Sarah Bently listed in the 1923 Directory of Leeds. Two people are standing at the door and a car is in front of the building.
[19]Stanningley Tram Accident (Kirkstall)
Stanningley Tram AccidentDec 12th 1912. The photo shows the remains of Eastmans Ltd butchers at number 1A Bradford road. To the left of the photo is W Rogers tobacconist at number 2 Bradford road, with a crowd of people standing outside. To the right of the photo is Fred Coe, draper at number 1 Bradford road with a second group of people. in the center is a man holding an Eastmans sign.
[20]Briggate, Empire Palace Theatre (City Centre)
Briggate, Empire Palace Theatre1920s. The picture shows Briggate with the Empire Palace Theatre prominent on the right. Further right are Henry Playfair Ltd, boot and shoe dealers at numbers 110 and 111, and Boots chemists at numbers 112 to 114. On the left of the theatre are Rhodes and Reeds Ltd, ladies tailors at number 107 to 108, and J L White costumier at number 104 to 106. This is followed by the junction with Queen Victoria Street, then Smith Bros, drapers at number 100 to 103.