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[1]Can You Help? (Unknown) (5 comments)
Can You Help?1969. Is this the York Road area with perhaps St. James's hospital top left? High rise flats are in the process of being built, possibly the Shakespeares? Comments welcomed.
[2]Can You Help? (Unknown)
Can You Help?1969. View shows the back of a row of terraced housing which slopes upwards. Back yards are surrounded by brick walls and several contain washing lines. A young girl is standing on one of the walls to hang out washing. Any ideas as to the location would be appreciated. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[3]Can You Help? (Unknown) (1 comment)
Can You Help?1969. View shows two women walking along a path leading from a patch of wasteground through to the backs of terraced housing. Any ideas of the location would be appreciated. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[4]Howden Street, from Queen's Road (Hyde Park) (7 comments)
Howden Street, from Queen1969. View from Queen's Road looking up the steeply sloping terrace of Howden Street, showing the rears of houses facing onto Howden Place. Outside toilets are seen in the back yards. On the right hand side there is a single storey shop at the bottom, numbered 10 Queen's Road and advertising Player's cigarettes. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[5]Can You Help? (Unknown)
Can You Help?1969. Close up of part of an unknown street of terraced housing. Two women stand chatting outside no. 3; one is holding a small child while the other carries a shopping bag. Several other children are gathered around a playpen beneath the window. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier; any help in identifying the location would be appreciated.
[6]Branksome Street from the junction with Queen's Road (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Branksome Street from the junction with Queen1969. This view taken by Eric Jaquier in 1969 shows children playing at the junction of Queen's Road and Branksome Street (the short street of terraced housing seen in the background). It has a high wall running along the far end. The houses with the small gardens on the left of the picture are actually the backs of numbers 28 to 34 Alexandra Road. The houses on the right are the backs, with back yards, of numbers 2 to 12 Branksome Terrace. The chimney seen belongs to Spring Grove House, a Salvation Army Industrial Home for women. The 1947 Directory of Leeds lists Major Goulding as the warden. Nowadays, the dome of the Leeds Hindu Mandir, the first Hindu Temple to be built in Leeds, towers behind the wall. The temple is situated at number 36 Alexandra Road.
[7]Rosebank Grove, looking south (Burley) (2 comments)
Rosebank Grove, looking south1969. Photograph taken in 1969 by Swiss photogragher Eric Jaquier showing terraced housing on Rosebank Grove, looking down towards Rosebank Mount on the far left. Children are playing on the road and lines of washing are hung across. No. 52 is on the right followed by no. 54 which has its door and windows bricked up. Yards containing shared outside toilets separate each block of four houses.
[8]Kirkstall Lane, Church View (Kirkstall) (4 comments)
Kirkstall Lane, Church View1969. View looking down onto Kirkstall Lane from the short terrace of Church View. The building at the end of the terrace is numbered 80 Kirkstall Lane. On the far side of the road are advertising hoardings and a man sitting on a bench, with houses behind which face onto Station Parade. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[9]Can You Help? (Unknown)
Can You Help?1969. This photograph taken by Eric Jaquier in 1969 shows an engineer from the City of Leeds Lighting Department working on a street lamp in the foreground. Rows of terraced housing are in the background but has anyone any idea of the location?
[10]Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall (City Centre)
Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall1969. View shows Park Cross Street looking north towards The Headrow and Leeds Town Hall. Just visible on the left, with a gas lamp attached to the wall, is the rear of Milne, Booth & Co., chartered accountants, which faces onto Park Square East. Following on from this are no. 16a Park Cross Street, SMB Signs, and no. 16, J.H. Inman & Co., Printers. Halfway up on the right is Darrel's Cafe and Restaurant at no. 7.
[11]Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall (City Centre)
Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall1969. View shows Park Cross Street looking north towards The Headrow and Leeds Town Hall. On the right are the rears of two businesses which face onto East Parade: A. T. Milner Ltd., wholesale milliners, at no. 9 East Parade in the foreground and Arthur English Ltd., Electrical Engineering Contractors at no. 11 behind.
[12]East Street Motors, 28 East Street (City Centre) (6 comments)
East Street Motors, 28 East Street1969. Image shows a man on step-ladders as he appears to attend to the sign above the windows of a garage. The garage is East Street Motors of number 28 East Street. A sign in the window advertises 'Quality Cars'. In the background, left, a large square chimney looms which is located in Waddington's Yard, between East Street and the River Aire. As well as the chimney, an engineering works and a joinery business are marked in the yard on the OS map dated July 1968. Access to Waddington's Yard is from Crown Point Road.
[13]Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall (City Centre)
Park Cross Street, looking towards the Town Hall1969. View shows Park Cross Street looking north towards The Headrow and Leeds Town Hall. On the left is no. 16a, SMB Signs, followed by no. 16 J. H. Inman & Co., printers. Among businesses on the right hand side is Darrel's Cafe and Restaurant at no. 7.
[14]View north across Mabgate from the vicinity of Cross Catherine Street (Bank) (1 comment)
View north across Mabgate from the vicinity of Cross Catherine Street 1969. View north over the railway lines, Marsh Lane and New York Road to Quarry Hill, Mabgate and beyond. The woman with the pram accompanied by a young girl is standing on high ground near Cross Catherine Street at the junctions with East Field Street and Wesley Place. The long building behind the group is addressed as number 1 Cross catherine Street. There is a row of individual garages at the right edge which are parallel with the railway lines not far from the Marsh Lane Tunnel beneath Upper Accommodation Road. The chimney belongs to a works in East Field Street. Just behind the chimney the footbridge crossing the railway lines to Shannon Street is visible. Just right of the centre the large building is St. Patricks Roman Catholic Church located in Burmantofts Street at the junction with New York Road. The church with the tower, seen towards the left, is St. Mary's Church of England in St. Mary's Street, Mabgate. In front of the church the large block is part of Quarry Hill Flats. High rise flats loom in the background. These are called Cromwell Heights, located in Thealby Close, Thealby Lawn and Thealby Place, off Cromwell Street.
[15]Wolseley Grove, looking towards St. Matthias Church (Burley)
Wolseley Grove, looking towards St. Matthias Church1969. View shows Wolseley Grove in the foreground, with terraced housing on either side, nos. 4 and 2 on the left and 5, 3 and 1 on the right. St. Matthias Church, the Parish Church of Burley, which faces onto St. Matthias Street, looms in the background. The Church Hall is seen in between, with a wall separating it from the street in front.
[16]St. Matthias Church, from Wolseley Grove (Burley)
St. Matthias Church, from Wolseley Grove1969. View of St. Matthias Church, the Parish Church of Burley, situated on St. Matthias Street. The church was built in 1854 and designed by Perkins and Backhouse. The lower building seen in front of the church is the Church Hall. A wall divides the church buildings from Wolseley Grove in the foreground.
[17]View looking across Woodhouse Street towards Quarry Mount School (Woodhouse)
View looking across Woodhouse Street towards Quarry Mount School1969. View looking across Woodhouse Street and over the tops of rows of terraced housing towards Quarry Mount School on Cross Quarry Street in the background. Woodhouse Methodist Church is seen on the far right, while the block of three houses in the centre are numbered 189 to 193 Woodhouse Street. Streets leading up to the school include Pennington Street, Bolland Street and Thomas Street.
[18]Timber Place, no. 12 (Cross Green)
Timber Place, no. 121969. View of Timber Place showing no. 12, a house which was to be demolished not long after. A woman and child are outside the open door, washing lines are hung in front of the house and a pile of wheels can be seen in front of the brick wall on the left.
[19]Back Belle Vue Place, looking towards Belle Vue Street (Burley)
Back Belle Vue Place, looking towards Belle Vue Street1969. View shows Back Belle Vue Place on the right, with the rears of terraced houses numbered 20 - 16 Belle Vue Place in the nearest block then 14 - 12 protruding out further back. A young child and a dog can be seen in the yard to nos. 20 - 16. In the background, left, is Belle Vue Street with no. 15 just visible at the end of the row.
[20]Roundhay Road, junction with Spencer Place (Harehills) (2 comments)
Roundhay Road, junction with Spencer Place1969. Image shows Roundhay Road looking towards the junction with Spencer Place. A young woman carrying a shopping bag is waiting to cross the road. Shops opposite are numbered 81-83 Roundhay Road and include Vernons 'Price Down Store' and a sweet shop beginning with 'J. & H.' but we were unable to find a confectioners' listed with these initials. In the background on Spencer Place are three storey terraced properties with steps up to the entrances and large bay windows. Beyond these the domed building is the former Leeds Institute for the Blind school at 79 Roundhay Road whilst the building on the extreme left is possibly the Prince Arthur public house.