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Search Aspect (ALEXANDER STREET )
Location - Leeds & District

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Alexander Court, Alexander Street (City Centre)
Colour image10th April 1990 Image shows the rear of a rundown Alexander Court. In the 1990s this area was redeveloped and this building turned into 60 student flats. When finished two, 4 storey staircases had been erected in the 2 corners with a glass fronted mezzanine running between them at 1st floor level where the entrances are visible. These stairs have been removed and car parking is available under the mezzanine.
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Alexander Street (City Centre)
Black & White image21st October 1928, View looking on to Alexander Street from Park Lane. Whartons Hotel can be seen on left with Pitman's Business School on right.
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Alexander Street (City Centre)
Black & White image30th April 1924. View of Yard in Alexander Street, off Park Lane. Brick built premises, varies between four and two Stories. Flight of wooden Steps to upper door. Part covered with material.
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Alexander Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th February 1967 Image shows a view down Alexander Street. On the left is the side wall of the Municipal Buildings, now the art gallery. At the end of the road is a cobbled yard where cars are parked. In the late 1990s the building on the corner of Great George Street and Cookridge Street became the Courtyard Bar and this yard a beer garden. On the right is the rear of buildings originally built in 1847 as offices and warehouses to the cloth trade, today this is the Henry Moore Centre (1992) for Sculpture.
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Alexander Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th February 1967 Image shows a view down Alexander Street past the war memorial, over Victoria Gardens and over The Headrow to the Eagle Star Insurance Group building. On the left is the rear of buildings originally built in 1847 as offices and warehouses for the cloth industry, today this is the Henry Moore Centre (1992) for Sculpture. On the right is the side wall of the Municipal Buildings, now the art gallery.
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Alexander Street (City Centre)
Colour image10th April 1990 On the left is the rear of the Civic Court(1881), formerly the School Board Offices. On the right is the courtyard entrance to Alexander Court. In the mid 1990s this building was redeveloped into 60 student flats with the ground floor becoming Browne's Bar, opened in 1996 by Mansfield Breweries.
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Alexander Street, Art Gallery, rear view (City Centre)
Black & White imageJuly 1974. View of Alexander Street showing the rear of the Art Gallery. This part is the old Sam Wilson extension. On the right, the rear of the Municipal Buildings can be seen at the junction with Calverley Street.
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Alexander Street, Art Gallery, side view (City Centre)
Black & White imageJuly 1974. View showing the side of the Art Gallery on Alexander Street. In the foreground is the Sam Wilson extension. The view looks towards The Headrow on the left.
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Alexander Street, Courtyard (City Centre)
Colour image10th April 1990 Image shows the rear of a large building fronting onto Great George Street. On the right an archway allows entrance to a courtyard where cars are parked. In the early 1990s this area was heavily redeveloped with No.35 Cookridge Street becoming the Courtyard Bar in 1996 and this yard became the bar's beer garden.
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Alexander Street, from Victoria Gardens (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Alexander Street taken from Victoria Gardens. The City Art Gallery is on the left while on the right is the old cloth warehouse that would become the Henry Moore Institute. Taken after the 1982 expansion of the Art Gallery but before the Henry Moore Institute was built in 1993.
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Alexander Street, looking east (City Centre)
Black & White image13th September 1975. Looking east along Alexander Street from the Calverley Street end. On the right is the rear of the Municipal Buildings, then the lower building is Sam Wilson extension of the Art Gallery. On the left is the Education Board building then Alexander Court.
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Alexander Street, looking towards The Headrow (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated View of Alexander Street looking towards The Headrow. A covered walkway can be seen which connects the Art Gallery, on the right, with the Henry Moore Sculpture Centre, on the left, at first floor level. The view looks out onto Victoria Gardens and the war memorial, with the Eagle Star Insurance building in the background at the other side of The Headrow. Cars are parked on Alexander Street.
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Alexander Street, Municipal Buildings (City Centre)
Black & White image15th December 1936. View of Alexander Street to the rear of Municipal buildings and City Art Gallery. A coal cart can be seen parked on the left. Gateway leading into courtyard with municipal buildings visible on the right.
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Alexander Street, rear of Art Gallery. (City Centre)
Colour image19th April 2007. View of Alexander Street showing on the right the rear of the Art Gallery. A skip and wheelie bins can be seen outside, along with parked cars.
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Alexander Street, rear of Municipal Buildings. (City Centre)
Colour image19th April 2007. View of Alexander Street showing, on the left, the rear of the Municipal Buildings, home to the Central Library. on the right, across Calverley Street, is a side view of the Town Hall.
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Alexander Street, yard (City Centre)
Colour image10th April 1990 Image shows the rear of Austicks H.M.S.O. Bookshop at No.27 Cookridge Street. Signs painted on the wall show this to be a Loading Bay with prohibited parking. On the left an archway leads to a courtyard that in 1996 became the redeveloped beer garden of the Courtyard Bar.
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Art Gallery, construction of Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery (City Centre)
Black & White image1982. View showing the Art Gallery following the construction of the new Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery at the front of the building. The work now appears virtually complete but the area is still fenced off while the finishing touches are applied. The Central Library and Museum are seen to the left with Stumps public house at basement level. Alexander Street is on the right. In the background St. Anne's cathedral and Leeds College of Technology can be seen against the skyline.
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Art Gallery, rooftops (City Centre)
Black & White imageJuly 1974. View looking over the rooftops of the City Art Gallery from its rear on Alexander Street. In the foreground is the Sam Wilson extension, on the left the roof of the original Art Gallery building, and in the background the walls and roof of the Municipal Buildings.
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Calverley Street (City Centre)
Black & White image15th December 1908. View looking up Calverley Street to junction with Great George Street, prior to extension in 1914 Leeds Town Hall on the left. To the right, in foreground, end of Park Lane, then junction with Centenary Street, with Municipal Buildings which housed Civic Offices, Library and Art Gallery. Next junction with Alexander Street and Leeds School and Education Offices, which fronted on to Great George Street.
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Calverley Street (City Centre)
Black & White image2nd June 1930. Looking at junction with Great George Street corner of Leeds Town Hall to left, Leeds Education building on the right, junction with Alexander Street, fronting on Great George Street. Low building in view 'Leeds Babies Welcome Association' building. This was a charitable organisation formed in 1912 to care for the welfare of mothers and young children. Area behind was to be the site of the Civic Hall.
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