I don't think I've ever photographed this particular view before. It's in Saltaire, of course, looking north from Caroline Street along the alley at the back of the shops on Victoria Road. I think the alley is a little wider than some, perhaps to facilitate deliveries to the shops. It's quite a steep slope, steeper than Victoria Road itself, which levels out to the railway bridge. In the distance there is that wonderful view up to green fields and the moorland on Hope Hill.
Many of the back walls have square holes in them. I'm unsure of their original purpose... for coal deliveries perhaps? Or even windows into a store room, possibly? This particular one had wonderful textures in the old wood and stone.