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"Butch & Mates" in front of properties in Servia Hill (Woodhouse) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970. Image, entitled "Butch and Mates", shows a group of children of varying ages pictured as they play out on an area of cleared land in front of rows of terraced houses located in Servia Hill. They have lit a small "camp fire" which is blazing away behind them.
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1 City Square (City Centre) (5 comments)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of number 1 City Square with seabird sculpture visible. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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1 City Square (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of seabird sculptures outside number 1 City Square. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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A643, Ingram Distributor (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Colour image9th November 1999. View of the A643 Ingram Distributor which leads from the Armley Gyratory to Elland Road. A footbridge can be seen overhead.
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Abbey House Museum, Hartley & Green Shop (Kirkstall)
Black & White imageUndated, Image shows the Hartley & Green shop in the Victorian street reconstruction in Abbey House Museum. Hartley & Green originally ran a shop in Hunslet dating back to 1770. They sold Leeds Pottery from the Hunslet Works, here visible in the window. Creamware was a fire-glazed pottery noted for its intricate, pierced patterning and decorative detail. These goods were exported throughout Europe. The Hunslet Works closed in 1881 and despite being reopened by Leeds City Council in 1983 it again closed for good in 1986. The original Hartley & Green pattern books for the Leeds Pottery were donated to Leeds Libraries and are housed at the Central Library.
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Abbey Inn from Pollard Lane and Woodside works (Newlay)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Abbey Inn from Pollard Lane, believed to have originated as an 18th Century Farmhouse, and first on record as an Inn in 1826. On the left, is the former Aire Valley Dyeworks run by Whitaker & Aykroyd, renamed Woodside Works. Whitaker's purchased the Inn around 1899 in an attempt to control the drinking habits of the workforce, it is believed. It was once used as a mortuary and, perhaps as a consequence, the Inn is rumoured to be haunted.
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Abbey Inn from Pollard Lane railway bridge (Newlay)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Abbey Inn from the Pollard Lane railway bridge. Behind the Inn is the delapidated Woodside works, formerly Aire Valley Dyeworks. The dyeworks, run by Whitaker's, owned the Inn in 1899. They sold it to the Bradford Dyers Association at a later date. Richard Whitaker & Sons (Brewers) purchased the Inn in 1948 and eventually it passed into the hands of Whitbread & Co.
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Abbey Inn, from Pollard Lane (Newlay) (2 comments)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Abbey Inn from Pollard Lane, a two storey stone building. It is located adjacent to the railway line between the River Aire and the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.
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Abbey Inn, off Pollard Lane (Newlay)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Abbey Inn from Pollard Lane. It is situated next to the railway line (far right) and between the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and the River Aire. The stone built Inn, on two storeys, is thought to have originated as a farmhouse in the 18th Century. It is first recorded as an Inn in 1826 when Joseph Myers was the Innkeeper.
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Addleshaw Booth and Co. Solicitors (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image17th September 1999. View of Addleshaw Booth and Co. Solicitors on junction of Sovereign Street with Concordia Street. Cars can be seen parked on roadside.
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Aerial View looking down East Parade (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View from the roof of the Town Hall looking across the city down East Parade.
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Aerial View looking down Headrow (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image5th October 1999 View looking from roof of Town Hall down Headrow in direction of Eastgate.
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Aerial View looking East (City Centre) (4 comments)
Colour image5th October 1999. View overlooking City Centre looking east to front of photograph is central library with 'The Light' complex beyond that view is looking down Headrow and a power station can just be seen in the far distance on the right.
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Aerial View looking East (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour image5th October 1999 View from Town Hall looking east, Civic Hall can be seen on the left with gardens that later became the site of Millennium Square.
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Aerial View looking East (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 On the left is the brown roof of St. John's Centre and on the right is the red brick Direct Line building. In the distance, the highrise flats of Burmantofts are visible.
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Aerial View looking East (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 The red brick building with the brown roof is the Albion Street side of the St. John's Centre and the view down Wormald Row allows a glimpse of the white Allders building before seeing the red brick Direct Line building. The building with decorative white urns on the roof to the right of the picture is now part of The Light complex. In the distance, the highrise flats of Burmantofts are visible.
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Aerial View looking East (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999. Looking towards East End Park, the image shows in the bottom left hand corner the junction of The Headrow and Park Row. The brown and white tower is Cavendish House, with Merton House on its right, both are on Albion Street. Behind these, in the distance are the 4 leaded domes of Kirkgate Market, behind that can be seen St. Saviour's Church and behind that an industrial works and chimneys. On the right is Leeds Parish Church and in the foreground is Gallery House on The Headrow, home of Templer bar.
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Aerial View looking north east (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View looking north east from the roof of Leeds Town Hall. The Electric press and Leonardo building can be seen on the left. The Leonardo building was part of the former City of Leeds School from 1975, before becoming Leeds City Council offices in 1998.
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Aerial View looking north east (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View looking from the Town Hall roof onto Merrion House. Electric press building can be seen in the front of the photograph.
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Aerial View looking north west (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View looking north west across Great George Street towards Leeds General Infirmary.
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