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Search Aspect (BOOKSHOP )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albion Street nos. 106 - 108 (City Centre)
Black & White image9th February 1930. Junction with Wormald Row. Numbers 106 to 108 premises of A & J Bell, watch makers, next junction is with De Grey Street, which can be seen as a break in the pavement, right side. There are various shop signs hanging, one for A & J Bell, one over, John Ingleby loan office and further up the street at number 112 Harry G. Duncan, bookshop.
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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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Bank Street, number 7 (Wetherby)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Seymour House, a Lodging House offering accommodation. It is located in Bank Street at number 7, later to be renumbered as 20. This is the former site of The Fox Inn. The entrance to the right once housed 'Good stabling' for horses. Now a wooden 5 bar gate enclosed with chicken wire is fixed across it. The premises later became Wetherby bookshop. This image is courtesy of R. Ackrill Ltd. Website: www.wetherbytoday.co.uk
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Bank Street, number 7, The Fox Inn (Wetherby) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. An early twentieth century image taken outside The Fox Inn at number 7 Bank Street. The staff of The Fox pose for the camera. At this time the landlord was William R. Coultas and the ale was brewed by John Smith's of Tadcaster. 'Good stabling' is advertised, right, and, on the left, is a telegraph boy in uniform, standing alongside his bicycle. The premises are now occupied by Wetherby Bookshop, and are numbered 20A.
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Bank Street, Waterstones Booksellers (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. View of the rear entrance to Waterstones Booksellers at the corner of Bank Street and Trinity Street Arcade. The store fronts onto Albion Street opposite the Leeds Shopping Plaza.
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Bond Street (City Centre)
Black & White image3rd February 1938. Showing Bond Street looking in the direction of Basinghall Street. Retail premises visible are : (from right to left) The Yorkshire Post; A Vacant premises (formerly Raymond & Thelwell chemist); Dolland and Aitchison Opticians; Jaeger House Ladies and Menswear and Brierley's Bookshop. In the foreground there are several people passing by and two cars parked by the roadside.
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Bond Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image3rd February 1938. Showing Bond Street looking towards Basinghall Street. Retail premises visible are from right to left : A vacant premises (formerly Raymond and Thelwell chemist); Dolland and Aitchison Opticians; Brierley's Bookshop; Jaeger House Ladies and Menswear and Fuller's confectioners.
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Bond Street, Brierley's Bookshop, No. 33 (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image9th February 1930. Showing Bond Street looking towards Commercial Street. Premises visible are :Brierley's Bookshop in the immediate foreground and Dolland and Aitchison Opticians beyond that.
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Bond Street, Jaeger House (City Centre)
Black & White image3rd February 1938. Showing Bond Street looking towards the junction with Commercial Street and Albion Street. The various retail and Commercial premises shown are from left to right : Jaeger House Ladies and Menswear, Brierley's Bookshop; Dolland and Aitchison Opticians; an empty premises and the Yorkshire Post building. There are several people passing by and six contemporary cars are also visible.
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Briggate (City Centre)
Colour image17th September 1999.People sit on the benches in Briggate. To the left is Marks and Spencer and The Works, bookshop. Pigeons can be seen on the ground by the benches.
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Briggate (City Centre)
Colour image17th September 1999.To the left is Marks and Spencer, The Works, bookshop, and JJB Sports. People are sat on the benches to the left and columns of boxed trees run down both sides of Briggate.
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Briggate, Borders (City Centre)
Colour image15 September 1999 View of Briggate looking in direction of lower Briggate. Wendys Hamburger bar on left with Borders bookshop next door, Principles for men is visible on the right.
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Briggate, Borders, Bookshop (City Centre)
Colour image1999, View looking to Borders Bookshop on Briggate, Wendy's Burger Bar is on left with Envy fashions on right.
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Briggate, Father Christmas and Lord Mayor (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour imageDecember 1997 Councillor Linda Middleton, Lord Mayor of Leeds 1997-98, is seen on Briggate with Father Christmas and a pony pulling a sleigh, collecting for the charity Childline. Marks & Spencer can be seen in the background, with the Works bookshop to the right. Councillor Middleton represented Middleton ward between 1986 and 2002.
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Briggate, nos. 50-51 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image29th May 2000. View shows the upper floors of nos. 50-51 Briggate, a Grade II listed building formerly occupied by Thornton & Co. Ltd., india rubber manufacturers. Dating from c1918, the building is noted for its 'Burmantofts Marmo' (imitation marble) facade by the Leeds Fireclay Co. At the time of the photo the ground floor was occupied by The Works bookshop (no. 50, left) and Northern Rock bank (no. 51, right).
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Briggate, nos. 50-53 (City Centre)
Colour image29th May 2000. View of Briggate showing nos. 50-53. On the left, The Works bookshop at no. 50 and in the centre Northern Rock bank at no. 51 occupy the building which was formerly the premises of Thornton & Co. Ltd., india rubber manufacturers. This is a Grade II listed building noted for its 'Burmantofts Marmo' facade. Just visible on the right is JJB Sports which occupies nos. 52-53.
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Central Library, Book Stop (City Centre)
Colour imageJune 2000 View of the new Book Stop area in the Central Lending Library in the process of being set up, prior to the re-opening of the Municipal Buildings in June 2000 after 10 months. The Book Stop area was created to resemble more a book shop than a traditional library, with paperback books for browsing and furnished with easy chairs. Now in 2007 this area, which was previously the children's library and then the reception; is due to be opened as a new youth space.
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Central Library, Book Stop (City Centre)
Colour imageJune 2000 Setting up the counter in the new Book Stop area of the Central Lending Library, which would open when the library returned to the Municipal Buildings in June 2000 after 10 months in the Town Hall. This area aimed to look more like a bookshop than a library, with paperback books around on tables and stands for browsing, rather than in order on the shelves as in a traditional library. Comfortable chairs were also provided. Now in 2007 this area will shortly open as a new youth space.
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Cookridge Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th January 1952. The west side of Cookridge Street, showing the following premises (from left); number 25, Austicks' Bookshop, whose window display is visible; number 31, Hay & Humphries Ltd, ale and stout bottlers. Their window advertises that they bottle for Guinness and Hey's Gold Cup Ale; number 33 is The Bedding Specialists, who are having a sale. Above are the offices of Stead & Jobbings, solicitors, and Henry Stead & Partners, Business Transfer Agents. Cars are parked on the road, which has tram tracks. Two people wait at a tram stop.
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Cookridge Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image9th January 1952. The west side of Cookridge Street, showing the following premises (from right); number 33, The Bedding Specialists - (Industrial & Household Supplies, Leeds, Ltd.), who are having a sale; number 31, Hey & Humphries Ltd, ale and stout bottlers, who advertise that they bottle for Guinness; Above is number 29, Henry Stead & Partners, business transfer agents; number 25 is Austicks' Bookshop and, just visible, is number 19, the Y.M.C.A. Central Club Restaurant. Cars are parked in front. A group of people stand at a tram stop on the left.
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