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Search Aspect ( police car )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burley Road, Hyde Park Road Junction (Burley) (8 comments)
Black & White image28th August 1975. Looking east along Burley Road with the junction with Hyde Park Road to the left. On the corner is Smith's Cafe at no.134 Burley Road. Behind this can be seen the side of Andrew Commercial Hotel at no.130. A police car is turning the corner and there is a zebra crossing in the foreground.
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Harehills Road, nos.11-29 (Harehills)
Colour imageJuly 1981. View of Harehills Road near the junction with Roundhay Road, showing, from left, nos. 11-29. Shops visible include J. & L. Rogerson, newsagents, sweets & tobacco, Brian Stewart's childrens wear and lingerie and M.C. & J. Fashions. All are boarded up due to riots which had been taking place in the area during a time of nationwide unrest. Police cars had been overturned in Chapeltown and this had become a no-go area, though some of the shops were trying to remain open as usual. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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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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Main Street (Garforth) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Now the site of Pease's car park, the police station of Garforth stood near the top of Main Street. The station was once in the charge of Sgt. Gallimore, and in the 1980's the force moved to the new premises on Lidgett Lane, but in 2001 this was designated for police cars only. The shops next door to the police station were known to be the Co-op buildings, which still stand today, though no longer the Co-op. There were three Co-op shops next to each other. Nearest the police station was the grocery. The manager was Mr. Simpson. Next was the butchers and furthest from the police staton came the drapery dept. The manager was known to be Mr. Harold Kilburn.
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