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The Headrow, Leeds Town Hall and Municipal Buildings

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
LEO 8400
The Headrow, Leeds Town Hall and Municipal Buildings
c1960s. View from The Headrow showing Leeds Town Hall on the left and the Municipal Buildings on the right, with Calverley Street between. The Municipal Buildings was home to the Central Library, as it still is today, but also at the time would have housed either the Police Headquarters, which occupied the first floor until 1965, or the City Museum which replaced it, officially opening in 1969. Victoria Gardens occupies the space in front.

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