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Ark Royal Parade, The Headrow (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 View shows the 30th Anniversary parade of the company of the Ark Royal as they march along The Headrow. The march is led by the Royal Marines Band (Scotland) seen to the right, followed by the Colour Guard who bear the White Ensign, then the Ark Royal Guard. The rest of the ships company follow behind. The route of the parade was Portland Crescent, Cookridge Street, The Headrow, Vicar Lane, Duncan Street, Briggate, back along The Headrow then up Calverley Street and onto Millennium Square.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, This 1890s image of Boar Lane shows on the left at number 57, John Archbold's boot and shoe dealers with the dental supply company above advertising a complete set of teeth for one guinea and a single tooth at 2/6 with a five year warranty. Here is Albion Street with William Whitelock's pianoforte dealership at number 58. Above and behind this can be seen the spire of Trinty Church in the distance. Tram lines are visible on Boar Lane with a horsedrawn tram number 21 to Headingley displaying a sunlight soap advertisement travelling east on the left tram lines. Also on the left horse drawn wagons are parked by the kerb. In the distance at the corner of Briggate and Duncan Street is the Bean and Son Butchers. On the roof of number 3 on the right a sign promotes Taylor's Drug Co, a patent medicine vendors. On the far right signs advertise the London Dentistry Company while lanterns in the foreground mark the location of the Saracens Head Hotel.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, Postcard view of Boar Lane, looking east to Duncan Street. Albion Street junction is on the left.
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Boar Lane (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White image10th March 1943. Looking west along Boar Lane from Duncan Street, across the junction of Briggate and Lower Briggate. Tramlines and overhead power cables cross at the junction. The modern frontage of Saxone Shoes is on the right. Next door, on Boar Lane, two men on a trestle are working on the shop frontage. To the left is the Fifty Shilling Tailors. At the top corner of the building is a sign for James Mc Lean, turf commission agents. To the right of the tailors, a hand cart, with lorries, vans and cars on Boar Lane. The Austin lorry in the centre advertises Golden Shred marmalade. Traffic lights, road signs and hand rails are at the junction, which has blackout markings on the curbs. There are many pedestrians on the pavements. Trinity Church is visible above the building on the right.
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Boar Lane from Duncan Street, postcard (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard looking towards Boar Lane from Duncan Street. Three trams in a yellow and red livery can be seen, including one emerging from Briggate on the right. Many pedestrians and a horse and carriage are also visible in this early 20th century view. The spire of Holy Trinity Church is seen in the background.
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