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Search Aspect (Leeds General Infirmary )
Location - Leeds & District

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A Children's Ward, postcard (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1906. Postcard showing a children's ward, possibly at Leeds General Infirmary. A postmark of 21st December 1906 is stamped on the back.
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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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Aerial View looking to Leeds General Infirmary (City Centre)
Colour image5th October 1999 View looking from the Town Hall roof across Great George Street to the entrance of Leeds General Infirmary.
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Aerial view of the Inner Ring Road (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1981 Aerial view of the Inner Ring Road. The large rectangular building in the foreground is Woodhouse Lane Multi-storey car park. Behind it is the Civic Hall, white with two towers, and the Civic Hall car park. To the right of the Civic Hall is Leeds Metropolitan University and above slightly to the right is the Leeds General Infirmary. In the foreground towards the left is the tailoring manufacturer's, Hepworths Ltd. on Claypit Lane. Above the tree lined Queen Square is visible. Merrion Centre is to the left edge and the railway station is visible at the top.
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Aerial View, City Centre (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, Taken between 1955 and 1962 this is an aerial view of the City Centre. In the top right of the image is the Civic Hall (1933) with its twin pinnacles of white Portland Stone. On the left is the Leeds General Infirmary. In front is the Town Hall (1858) with St George's Church (1838) visible on the far left. In this image the church steeple is intact showing the image was taken before 1962, when the steeple was lost to high winds. From here Park Street leads down to Park Square, a grassed area built between 1788 & 1810. From the right of the Town Hall, Calverley Street leads onto East Parade. At the bottom of the image on the right is Leeds City Station with the rear of the Queen's Hotel (1937) above. Also visible is City Square (1903) bordered by the General Post Office (1896) with the Majestic Cinema (1921), on the left and the Standard Life Assurance Building on the right, demolished in the 1960s.
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