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Search Aspect (Red Hall )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View, Red Hall Lane, Coal Road (Shadwell)
Black & White image1962 In the centre of this view, the Red Hall housing estate is in the process of being built. Red Hall Lane runs from the right edge to the bottom edge where a field with bales of hay can be seen. Coal Road is just visible in the bottom left corner.
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Central Library, Tiled Hall, Restoration (City Centre)
Colour image19th April 2007. View showing the Tiled Hall in the Central Library, during work in progress to restore this magnificent hall to its original Victorian splendour. Formerly occupied by the Commercial and Technical Library and later the Music Library but closed since 1999, the fully restored hall was finally opened to the public again in June 2007 as a cafe and shop linking the Library with the adjoining Art Gallery.
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Central Library, Tiled Hall, Restoration (City Centre)
Colour image19th April 2007. View of a corner of the Tiled Hall in the Central Library, during restoration work to return this room to its original Victorian splendour. In June 2007 the restored hall was reopened to the public as a new cafe and shop linking the Central Library to the adjoining Art Gallery.
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Central Library, Tiled Hall, restoration (City Centre)
Colour image2006. View of the Tiled Hall in the Central Library showing work in progress on the restoration of this magnificent example of Victorian architecture to its former splendour. The fully restored Hall reopened in June 2007 as a cafe and shop.
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Central Market (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Located on Duncan Street, the central market building was designed by Francis Goodwin. It opened in 1827, the cost of building was £30,000. There were 67 shops and 56 stalls in a covered hall. In 1893 the market was badly damaged by fire, the building of Kirkgate market made Central market obsolete.
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