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[41]Flowers For Leeds Competition, pupils of Belle Isle County Primary School (Belle Isle) (12 comments)
Flowers For Leeds Competition, pupils of Belle Isle County Primary School1951. Image shows a row of young pupils of Belle Isle County Primary School as they shoulder their hoes in readiness for the Flowers For Leeds Competition. The committee were keen to encourage young gardeners throughout Leeds schools and in 1952 a new trophy, the Robert Barr Cup, was introduced for the lucky winners.
[42]Back Nile Street (Leylands)
Back Nile Street 9th September 1907 Demolition work in progress, workmen are measuring property. Two small boys looking towards cameras.
[43]Horsforth Featherbank Secondary Modern School, class 2B (Horsforth) (1 comment)
Horsforth Featherbank Secondary Modern School, class 2Bc1955-56. View shows class 2B of Horsforth Secondary Modern School, along with their teacher, Miss Crossley, seated in the centre. The pupils, as named by Kenneth Baldwin who supplied the photograph, are:- Back Row: unknown, Stuart Tennant, Richard Patch, Neil Metcalfe, Ken Baldwin, Peter Ward, unknown, Clive Batterick, Ian Rolfe; Second row from back: unknown, unknown, Andrea Hardwick, unknown, unknown, June Whitham, Diane Smith, Linda Grey; Third row from back: unknown, unknown, Carol Ingle, Marie Teale, Angela Brooks, Angela Hudson, Pat Knowles, Christine Elliot; Front row: Neil Penicott, John Brieley, Graham Speight, unknown, Colin Moore, Paul Barratt. The school was situated on the site on Featherbank Lane which is now occupied by Horsforth Featherbank Primary School.
[44]Leeds Corporation Baths, Joseph Street (Hunslet) (9 comments)
Leeds Corporation Baths, Joseph StreetUndated. Image shows Leeds Corporation Baths located in Joseph Street. The datestone on the front of the building is 1897 but the baths opened on 17th December 1898 and finally closed on 22nd December 1979.
[45]Syke Road, Post Office and Newsagents. (West Ardsley) (1 comment)
Syke Road, Post Office and Newsagents.c1920s. View show two women standing outside the Post Office and Newsagent in Syke Road. Various adverts for magazine publications are on display. At this time the business was run by F. Broadhead. Image used courtesy of Peter Aldred. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[46]Thomas Ambler & Sons, three ton Daimler lorry (East Ardsley)
Thomas Ambler & Sons, three ton Daimler lorryUndated. Image shows a three ton Daimler Lorry used by Thomas Ambler & Sons' New Mill in Bradford Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[47]Headingley Lane, Manor Garage, Norville Terrace (Headingley) (2 comments)
Headingley Lane, Manor Garage, Norville Terrace20th April 1937. View of Manor Garage on Norville Terrace, Headingley Lane. DS Forth, house furnisher can be seen on left with Peter Page, painter and decorator just visible on right.
[48]Public Bath House South Brook Street (Hunslet)
Public Bath House  South Brook Street19th October 1942. It is difficult to tell from the view of this internal room at the bath house exactly what its function was. There are two stools in a sunken bath type enclosure above which is a tap filled cystern with two rubber hoses. A rail runs the length of the room and it holds what appear to be curtain rings.
[49]Hunslet Lane and South Brook Street, Simms Clock. (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Hunslet Lane and South Brook Street, Simms Clock.23rd January 1935. View shows the new premises of Simms Motor Units Ltd. on the corner of Hunslet Lane (foreground) and South Brook Street, in the building that was once the Yorkshire Brass & Copper works. Features are Simms Clock and a Simms Magnetos works vehicle parked outside. To the right, with an Oxo advertisement on the wall, are the rears of houses facing on to South Terrace.
[50]St Mary's Vicarage (Middleton) (1 comment)
St Maryc.1952 View shows the vicarage of St Mary's Church in Middleton. This vicarage was situated close to the church on land known as The Rookery. This large brick building contained many rooms and was set within well kept gardens which were used for Church functions. The vicarage was demolished and replaced in the 1960s.