Largely demolished in 1863 when Kelsall Street was built; surviving part became Old Hall Hotel before it too demolished in 1960s Jonas Mills' house, a small single storey building, his daughter supposedly standing in the doorway, a sign reading “herb beer for sale”; Joseph, plumber's premises behind and advertisement hoarding to side.A mounted photograph by Owen Brooks, 83 Dewsbur South Brook Street, Hunslet, substantial property with Classical ornamentation (probably split by time of image), formerly known as Brook House, built c1700.
City Square looking north up Park Row, with the Standard Life Insurance building dominating the image.Layout of square as in 1900, but trees have disappeared.South Brook St ran from Crown Point Road to Hunslet Lane. The Sower, Lawnswood memorial of Arthur Currer Briggs, J.Four photos of The Mess at Gibraltar Barracks pre-demolition, Claypit Lane prior to demolition, Osmond Hartley & Sons Paper Bag Mills on Claypit Lane, Don's Furniture, Export Antiques & Victoriana shop with a Tetley dray passing, and Corn Exchange Lady Chapel of Leeds Parish Church – young Choristers are in the Sanctuary, with Sir Ninian Comper's Altar and Reredos behind – the carving of the nativity and other scenes from the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. ) redevelopment, including a tobacconist, H Wigfall & Son (trade unclear), Phillips (shoe shop - “any one of our lines is good for you, but think what toucan do”), H Br Stocks Hill Bramley, which was at the top of Lower Town Street at the point where it became Upper Town Street, about opposite Outgang; it shows roadsweepers with brooms and the retaining wall of the old town wells is also obliquely visible (2 older prints Stocks Hill Bramley, which was at the top of Lower Town Street at the point where it became Upper Town Street, about opposite Outgang; it is a general view up the street, with J Musgrave's shop on the right Stocks Hill Bramley, which was at the top of Lower Town Street at the point where it became Upper Town Street, about opposite Outgang; view of the town wells and of the houses above them, taken from the street, and a smaller more direct view of the wells Terraced cottages at Lane End, Selby Road (near Ring Road junction), one of which is a shop; Whitkirk church spire just visible in distance.
Also an unidentified image of a street and house somewhere in Whitkirk Park Row looking towards City Square, with Midland Bank on right and Marshall & Snelgrove sign just visible on left, possibly taxis in road, and sign for City Square roundabout (early version of 1/LIC/282)Close-up of front door of Burmantofts Old Hall, which was at Gibson Street/Old Hall Street at the York Road end of Burmantofts Street (see Thoresby Society publication XXVI).A railway runs up the left side of the image, crossing over a road on which is a substantial and new looking factory. View from River Aire looking north across Kirkstall Road and Burley Road towards Belle Vue Road and Woodsley Road, with relatively new commercial buildings and cleared land on the site of the back to backs south of Burley Road (grainy image).Briggate west side, properties on the corner of Boar Lane before it was widened.Our 3rd Annual Customer Appreciation Day will be held May 12th at North Park Vinita, OK from 11 am – 2 pm.We will be serving hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, soda & water. We have recently activated a tower in the Claremore, OK area located East of Claremore on E Blue Starr Dr/ E 480 Rd and S 4190 Rd right off the Will Rogers Turnpike!Premiera: 3 maja 2018 Gear up for Planes, Trains and Stadtschnellbahns!