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Search Aspect ( military band )
Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds Bradford Airport, Lord Mayor and Northern Ireland Prime Minister (Yeadon)
Black & White image23th April 1967. The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Alderman Joshua Walsh, greets the Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Captain Terence O'Neill, as he arrives at Leeds Bradford Airport for the launch of Ulster week in Leeds. The object of the week was to promote trade between Ulster and Leeds, with a number of exhibitions, fashion shows, sporting events, military bands ect, including a march by the Royal Irish Fusiliers, going on throughout the week.
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Lord Mayor's Parade, military band (City Centre)
Colour image1974. Image shows a military band marching east along The Headrow, having just turned the corner from Oxford Place. They are taking part in the Lord Mayor's Parade of 1974, the first of what was to become an annual event until the late 1980s. On the far left is the junction with Park Square East. In the centre is the Town Hall Tavern, a Tetley public house, followed by Park Lane House.
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Lord Mayor's Parade, Oxford Place (City Centre)
Colour image1974. View shows a military band taking part in the Lord Mayor's Parade, turning from Great George Street into Oxford Place, with a police car ahead. In the background are the premises of T. Borwell, optician, and A. Mosley Gibson, estate agent, at no. 40 Great George Street, with Gladys Atkinson's Invisible Mending next door.
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Military Parade, ATC (Horsforth)
Black & White imageUndated Photograph taken in the early 1940s. March past of troops, the Earl of Harewood is on the right, standing outside the Imperial Cinema. In the foreground is a military band, this is on Town Street. The military were Horsforth ATC.
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Queen Street, Military Band (Morley)
Black & White image28th October 1954. View along Queen Street decorated for the visit of Her Majesty the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. The band of the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry are marching past, the crowds lining the route. Many have a good vantage point from the windows above the Morley Industrial Cooperative Society. Photo by Mr Ron Turner.
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