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29th September 1932 Junction with Cookridge Street and Park Row. Road widening in progress. Leeds Town Hall in centre, designed by Cuthbert Brodrick and opened by Queen Victoria in 1858. Stone lions which flank the wide entrance and steps, in front, statue of Queen Victoria which was later removed to Woodhouse Moor. To the right, Municipal Buildings designed by George Corson and built to house Leeds municipal services. Now holds the Leeds Central Library and Art Gallery. In the left hand corner on the junction with Park Row, a newspaper seller has flyers for the Evening News on the railings with the headline; "Leeds bus crashed in fog, two persons injured."

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