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Kirkstall Road Tram Works, tram used as a recruiting centre

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Kirkstall Road Tram Works, tram used as a recruiting centre
September, 1914. Image shows a tram at the Kirkstall Road Tram Works, decorated with illuminated signs as a recruiting centre during the First World War. Illuminated lettering reads 'God Save the King' and there is the motif of a crown and a star. There are three slogans at the windows of the lower deck reading 'The Country Calls, Kitchener requires 500,000 men, Go Now', 'Wanted at once, 5000, recruits from Leeds, British Bulldogs, Airedale or Yorkshire Terriers' and finally 'Nah then John Willie, Ger Agate lad and Join t'army.

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