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Search Aspect ( Mark Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Allders Department Store, interior view, Loading bay (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. View of the loading bay at Allders Department Store on The Headrow taken at the time of the closure of the store in 2005. A van is being loaded up by the entrance, which looks out onto Mark Lane at the back of the building. A lift can be seen on the right.
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Briggate and Mark Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image7th August 1929 View of businesses on corner of Mark Lane with New Briggate. Right to left: at 21 (on upper floor) Greenhills Tailors, 21 (lower floor) Halford Cycle Co Ltd, 17-19 Boots Direct Ltd, boot and shoe retailer, 15 Blooms Opticians.
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East Side of Wade Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1928. Showing St John's (Harrison's) Almshouses, the junction with Mark Lane and site of Lewis's store. Church tower can be seen in the background. Wasteland and wide empty road in foreground.
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Harrison's Almhouses, Mark Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated, View looking on to Mark Lane and showing Harrison's (St John's) Almshouses.
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Headrow looking east, Lewis's Store in the early stages of construction (City Centre)
Black & White image20th August 1931. View east to New Briggate recording the early stages in the construction of the new Lewis's store which was to occupy a site cleared of old property between the Headrow on the right, New Briggate, straight ahead, Mark Lane to the left, and Woodhouse Lane behind the camera. This island site covered an area of 6,067 square yards. The former charity school, to become the Parish Room of St. John's Church is on the far left.
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