|||Aerial View looking South-West (City Centre)
|5th October 1999
Looking towards Morley, image shows Royal Mail Office on left, with the distant Leeds United Football Club, Elland Road Stadium appearing on the right. In the bottom right hand corner you can see the Moorish Parapet and Minaret detailing on St. Paul's House, Park Square.
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|||Aerial view of Morley (Morley)
Aerial view of Morley. The M621 can be seen at the top with the bridge carrying Rooms Lane across it. The red brick houses beneath are on the Ibbetson estate. The white roofs and large buildings in the middle of housing are Deanfield Mills. The road in the centre above the playing fields is Asquith Drive. The smallest of the three patches of green to the right, is the Scout camping site. On the left of the playing fields Adwalton House is visible with a square, flat roof. Safenet services operating from here supplying secure transportation for cash and valuables for Royal Mail. Several Wagons can be seen. The buildings at the bottom left are part of the Highcliffe Industrial Estate is Bruntcliffe Avenue. The red brick building at the bottom right is the Seven Hills Leisure Village, formerly Dean Hall Mill Morley Finishing Mill. Little of the mill now remains, it dates from 1872. There is also a fishing lake and conference centre on the site which belongs to Morley Hotels and Leisure.
Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Aerial View, City Station, Central Station (City Centre) (2 comments)
This aerial view shows the Leeds railway stations. In the top left corner is Wellington Street, moving right is Central Station. This was closed in 1967 and the site used for Royal Mail headquarters which is now demolished and a new development is underway. Whitehall Road runs between the station and the River Aire. Next, City Station which is at the top of the view with lines running to the bottom. The Leeds-Liverpool Canal is also here. In the bottom right corner, Globe Road is coming in from the Holbeck district City Station was renovated in 2001-2.
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|||Aerial View, City Station, River Aire, Central Station (City Centre)
Aerial view, possibly mid 1960s. Wellington Street runs at an angle across the top left corner, with Central Station between the road and the river, City Station is in the top right corner. From the bottom left corner, Whitehall Road runs up past the Central Station to join Aire Street / Wellington Street. Royal Mail building was erected on the site of the station, The Aireside Retial Park and development are all in the vicinity.
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|||Aire Street, Prince's Exchange (City Centre)
|30th September 1999/
View on Aire Street looking towards Wellington Street and the Royal Mail building. The Prince's Exchange building can be seen to the left.
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