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Location - Leeds & District

[1]Alexandra Road, no. 2 (Hyde Park) (6 comments)
Alexandra Road, no. 21969. In this image two little children are seen standing in the doorway of a red brick corner shop at no. 2 Alexandra Road. Inside crisps are on display including a variety called 'Chopstix' and another make called Tudor. On the other side of the road red brick streets run at right angles; from the left are Kelsall Road, Kelsall Place, Kelsall Avenue and Kelsall Terrace .
[2]All Hallows Church tower (Hyde Park) (8 comments)
All Hallows Church tower1969 The square tower of All Hallows Church dominates the background of this image. The church was consecrated in 1886. Washing is strung across the red brick terraced street in the foreground and two young boys are having a conversation, one of them with a bike. Many chimney pots are also visible.
[3]Amy Street to Kirkstall viaduct embankment (Burley) (8 comments)
Amy Street to Kirkstall viaduct embankment1969 View down Amy Street to Kirkstall Viaduct embankment. Red brick terraced houses, back-to-back, in blocks of eight, are separated by outside lavatories. On the left, from the edge, they number 33 to 49, on the right, from 36 to 52. These homes are now demolished. Amy Street was built in the nineteenth century between 1887 and 1889.
[4]Autumn Place, number 34, at the junction with Burley Lodge Road (Burley) (7 comments)
Autumn Place, number 34, at the junction with Burley Lodge Road1969 View of a corner shop, number 34 Autumn Place at the corner with Burley Lodge Road. The shop is also addressed as number 38 Burley Lodge Road. Behind the shop, left, the entrance to Autumn Grove is visible. In the window there is advertising for Greenshield stamps and shelves of crockery and kitchen equipment. Beside the door there is an advertising sign for Magpie Minerals made by Gomersall's of West Ardsley.
[5]Aylesford Street and Back Aylesford Terrace, from Spring Close Row (Richmond Hill) (2 comments)
Aylesford Street and Back Aylesford Terrace, from Spring Close Row1969. Charming photograph by Eric Jaquier showing two little girls and a labrador dog playing on a piece of wasteland where houses on Spring Close Row and Spring Close Street once stood. In the background, right, is no. 14 Back Aylesford Terrace, part of a row which forms back-to-backs with Aylesford Terrace, while moving left are houses numbered 12 then 14 Aylesford Street which back onto Aylesford Place. Another row of back-to-backs, featuring the opposite sides of both Aylesford Terrace and Aylesford Street, once stood in the gap between but had been demolished by this time. The rest of the houses in view would also subsequently be demolished. Thanks to all those who contributed to the identification of this photograph.
[6]Aylesford Street, nos. 2 - 14 (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Aylesford Street, nos. 2 - 141969. Young children play around a drain in front of a grassed area where terraced houses on Aylesford Terrace and Aylesford Street once stood. The other side of Aylesford Street, numbered 14 to 2 from the left, still stands in the background. Thanks to all who contributed to the identification of this photograph taken by Eric Jaquier.
[7]Back Belle Vue Place, looking towards Belle Vue Street (Burley)
Back Belle Vue Place, looking towards Belle Vue Street1969. View shows Back Belle Vue Place on the right, with the rears of terraced houses numbered 20 - 16 Belle Vue Place in the nearest block then 14 - 12 protruding out further back. A young child and a dog can be seen in the yard to nos. 20 - 16. In the background, left, is Belle Vue Street with no. 15 just visible at the end of the row.
[8]Back Gipton Avenue, from Gathorne Terrace (Harehills)
Back Gipton Avenue, from Gathorne Terrace1969. View looking along Back Gipton Avenue from Gathorne Terrace. Backs of houses on Gipton Terrace are on the left while on the right are houses which face on to Gipton Avenue. Several children of varying ages are seen playing in the street. Houses running along in the background are on Bankside Street.
[9]Back Gipton Mount, looking towards Bankside Street (Harehills) (5 comments)
Back Gipton Mount, looking towards Bankside Street1969. In this image three small boys are playing out and riding their tricycles in the cobbled street of Back Gipton Mount. On either side of the street are the yards of red brick terraced houses. Gipton Beck runs across at the end of the street beyond the wall, while towering above in the background are imposing four storey terraced houses on Bankside Street, numbered (from right) 74 to 80, with large gardens in front.
[10]Back Rosebank Grove, children playing (Burley)
Back Rosebank Grove, children playing1969. In this view of Back Rosebank Grove, a group of children playing out in the street pose smiling for the camera while a small boy and an older girl look on with uncertainty. Either side of the cobbled street there are the back yards of old red brick terraced properties. At the end of the street is an old gas lamp while Rosebank Crescent cuts across in the background. The photographer is Eric Jaquier.
[11]Barnbrough Street, nos. 1 - 9 (Kirkstall)
Barnbrough Street, nos. 1 - 91969. View shows Barnbrough Street looking down towards Kirkstall Road with Kirkstall Power Station seen in the background. Terrace houses shown are numbered (from left) 1 - 9.
[12]Billy Kay, Former Chief Electrician at Leeds Grand Theatre (Harehills) (4 comments)
Billy Kay, Former Chief Electrician at Leeds Grand Theatre1969. Image shows a bowler-hatted and suited gentleman waiting at a bus stop in Harehills. He is Billy Kay, former chief electrician at Leeds Grand Theatre. Prior to that he had worked at the Empire Theatre until its closure in 1961. He was known for his smart attire and always, as seen here, wore a rose in his button-hole. The photograph was taken in Roundhay Road.
[13]Branksome Street from the junction with Queen's Road (Hyde Park) (2 comments)
Branksome Street from the junction with Queen1969. This view taken by Eric Jaquier in 1969 shows children playing at the junction of Queen's Road and Branksome Street (the short street of terraced housing seen in the background). It has a high wall running along the far end. The houses with the small gardens on the left of the picture are actually the backs of numbers 28 to 34 Alexandra Road. The houses on the right are the backs, with back yards, of numbers 2 to 12 Branksome Terrace. The chimney seen belongs to Spring Grove House, a Salvation Army Industrial Home for women. The 1947 Directory of Leeds lists Major Goulding as the warden. Nowadays, the dome of the Leeds Hindu Mandir, the first Hindu Temple to be built in Leeds, towers behind the wall. The temple is situated at number 36 Alexandra Road.
[14]Buckton Street, Beeston Hill (Beeston) (5 comments)
Buckton Street, Beeston Hill1969. View of old red brick, back-to-back terraced homes in Buckton Street. The main block in the foreground is numbered, from left to right, 24, 22 and 20. Buckton Street was situated off Cemetery Road close to Holbeck Cemetery. The view in the background is north-east across Holbeck to Leeds city centre. Among more distant landmarks are the clock tower of Leeds Town Hall, the Merrion Centre and the spire of Trinity Church (in from the right).
[15]Burley Lodge Road, long view (Burley) (3 comments)
Burley Lodge Road, long view1969. Long view of Burley Lodge Road, a street of through red brick terraced homes with many streets of back-to-backs going off on the right hand side. At the right edge in the foreground is Burley Lodge Place, then King's Avenue followed by the junction with Kelsall Grove.
[16]Burley Lodge Road, looking north-west (Burley) (5 comments)
Burley Lodge Road, looking north-west1969. In this image by Eric Jaquier a nun glances towards the camera as she walks along Burley Lodge Road, past red brick terraced homes with bay windows and small walled gardens. On the other side, left, more terraced streets go off Burley Lodge Road to join Carberry Road, possibly Carberry Place and Back Carberry Place. There are several parked cars and two men are tinkering with one of them. The view looks north-west towards Burley Pentecostal Church, located adjacent to Burley branch library, at number 232 Cardigan Road. In the distance the spire of Burley Methodist Church can be clearly seen, located in Cardigan Lane.
[17]Burley Lodge Road, number 4 (Burley) (3 comments)
Burley Lodge Road, number 41969. Image shows the junction with Burley Lodge Place (background, left). The main focus of the photograph is number 4 Burley Lodge Road, the business of Meat Purveyor, E.R. Yeadon. A woman in white apron stands in the doorway. Various cuts of meat are displayed in the window. Another woman passes by the butcher's, carrying a shopping basket. Next door, at number 2 Burley Lodge Road, on the right, is a gentleman's hairdresser or barber.
[18]Burley Road (Burley)
Burley Road1969. View of houses fronting onto Burley Road, opposite the junction with St Matthias' Street. A family with their dog can be seen on the steps of one of them. The house next door has broken window panes and, at the left edge, the property is being bricked up.
[19]Buslingthorpe Lane, view to Woodhouse from (Buslingthorpe) (6 comments)
Buslingthorpe Lane, view to Woodhouse from1969. View from Buslingthorpe Lane, across Meanwood Road to Woodhouse, with the Parkinson building of Leeds University on the horizon, centre. In the foreground, at the left edge, the footbridge crosses Sheepscar Beck from Stonegate. The path continues over Buslingthorpe Green to Meanwood Road. The white building in the foreground is the premises of G.A. Donnelly & Sons, Plumbers, Heating contractors and electrical engineers at number 137 Buslingthorpe Lane. This building was formerly the Springhill Tavern. Behind it is the derelict Springwell Dyeing and Finishing Works. In the foreground, bottom, Buslingthorpe Vale runs alongside the works. Meanwood Road cuts across the middle and in the centre, on Meanwood Road, is a former branch of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society at number 229, at the corner with Woodhouse Street. The large, four-storey mill building, right of centre, is Perseverance Mills. Behind it is the block of high-rise flats, Holborn Towers in Shay Street. They were built in 1965 to a height of 47 metres on seventeen storeys. Further in from the top, but in line with the white Parkinson building on the horizon is St. Vincent's Roman Catholic Chapel-of-ease in Coldcall Terrace.
[20]Can You Help? (Unknown) (7 comments)
Can You Help?1969. Children play in the street outside their home. Two little girls, perhaps sisters, are in the doorway of number 7 of an unknown street, possibly in the Hyde Park area. Adjacent, to the left, is number 5. There are two identical doll's prams in the foreground. Originally, we believed this to be Harold Place but on checking this out we now know that it isn't. The photograph is by Eric Jaquier, from Switzerland, who spent some time in Leeds in 1969/1970 and lived in the Hyde Park/Burley area. He photographed the streets of Hyde Park, Burley, Armley and other areas of the city. Do you recognise yourself or a friend in the photo or do you have any ideas of where this might be?
[21]Can you Help? (Unknown) (24 comments)
Can you Help?1969. Image shows an unmade street with red brick terraced homes either side and lines of washing strung between. The houses have arched entrances with doors opening directly onto the pavement. The gaps between the blocks of properties are likely to house yards with outside toilets. In the background another street runs across the bottom with a shop in view. The house on the extreme right is numbered 21. Any help in identifying the location would be appreciated. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[22]Can You Help? (Unknown) (6 comments)
Can You Help?1969. This photograph taken by Eric Jaquier in 1969 shows an engineer from the City of Leeds Lighting Department working on a street lamp in the foreground. Rows of terraced housing are in the background but has anyone any idea of the location?
[23]Can You Help? (Unknown) (13 comments)
Can You Help?1969. Close up of part of an unknown street of terraced housing. Two women stand chatting outside no. 3; one is holding a small child while the other carries a shopping bag. Several other children are gathered around a playpen beneath the window. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier; any help in identifying the location would be appreciated.
[24]Can You Help? (Unknown) (2 comments)
Can You Help?1969. View shows the back of a row of terraced housing which slopes upwards. Back yards are surrounded by brick walls and several contain washing lines. A young girl is standing on one of the walls to hang out washing. Any ideas as to the location would be appreciated. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[25]Children Playing in the Street (Burley)
Children Playing in the Street1969. View of children playing football in a street in the Burley area. Washing is pegged out on lines between the houses. Red brick terraced houses are visible in the background.
[26]Conference Place, number 1, at the junction with Whingate Road (Armley) (17 comments)
Conference Place, number 1, at the junction with Whingate Road1969 Image shows number 1 Conference Place, a shop at the junction with Whingate Road. A large advertising board for the Yorkshire Evening Post reads 'come home to a much better evening!' There are chewing gum machines either side of the entrance to the shop. At the other entrance, a dog sits on the pavement. The shop was also addressed as number 38 Whingate Road.
[27]Conference Street, looking towards Barden Street (Armley) (2 comments)
Conference Street, looking towards Barden Street1969. View of Conference Street, looking towards Barden Street which cuts across horizontally at the end. The young boy is level with the junction with Sultan Street which can be seen in the foreground, left. The corner shop in the centre stands at the corner with Shaftesbury Street and is addressed as number 18 Shaftesbury Street. Moving further back, the next junction is with Eastern Street and then Harrow Street (each of these streets continues across the other side of Conference Street). All the properties comprising these streets are red brick built back-to-backs. The stained glass window visible above the boy's head belongs to Whingate Wesleyan Methodist Church, dating from 1878, which was accessed from Whingate.
[28]Dalmeny Place at the junction with Kirkstall Road, Scooter Boy (Burley) (5 comments)
Dalmeny Place at the junction with Kirkstall Road, Scooter Boy1969. Image shows a young 'Scooter Boy' as he sits on his customised machine in Dalmeny Place, near the junction with Kirkstall Road. The white painted brick building on the right is Lens Scooter Shop at number 255 Kirkstall Road. Italian motor scooters, like Lambrettas and Vespas, became part of a youth subculture that originated in the industrial north of England in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The scooter is a 'cutdown' where parts of the bodywork have been cut away to expose the mechanics. The owner has also added chrome plated accessories and extra mirrors. Typically, the boy is wearing an army surplus type parka and a thin scarf. Evidence of demolition is in the background with an area of wasteland where Dalmeny Street and Roseberry Terrace once stood, Roseberry Street is still standing, top left. These streets were red brick back-to-back terraced homes. Running across the background is the Cardigan Clothing Factory. There is a soft drink delivery wagon parked behind the boy.
[29]Dalmeny Place at the junction with Kirkstall Road, Young Man on a Scooter (Burley) (10 comments)
Dalmeny Place at the junction with Kirkstall Road, Young Man on a Scooter1969. Image shows a young man riding a scooter, about to pull out of Dalmeny Place into Kirkstall Road. He is likely to have just visited Lens of Leeds Scooter Shop, which can be seen at the junction, at number 255 Kirkstall Road. Italian manufactured scooters, like Lambrettas and Vespas, were part of a popular youth subculture in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Scooters were often customised by their owners and shops like Lens were on hand to to advise and provide accessories. The spare helmet has the letters "R.L.S.C." on the visor indicating that the owner was a member of the Red Lion Scooter Club (named after the Leeds pub which was a meeting place.) The view of Kirkstall Road is looking in the direction of Horsforth, away from the city centre. The bike in view is a 1964 Lambretta, probable model is a 3 TV (GT) 200. .
[30]Domestic Street, Silver Dollar Star Bingo and Social Club (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Domestic Street, Silver Dollar Star Bingo and Social Club1969. View of Domestic Street showing the Silver Dollar Star Bingo and Social Club. Notices on either side of the entrance give the times of the bingo sessions and the jackpot prizes to be won. Formerly the Picture House Cinema, the building was designed by F. W. Rhodes of Upper Wortley and opened on Wednesday 5th January 1916 with a showing of "My Old Dutch" with Albert Chevalier, as well as the latest War gazette. It closed as a cinema on 11th July 1962, the final film being "2 and 2 make six" starring George Chakaris.
[31]East Street looking west towards Leeds Parish Church (City Centre) (3 comments)
East Street looking west towards Leeds Parish Church1969. View of East Street looking west towards the tower of Leeds Parish Church of St. Peter. The four storey building at the left edge is the Church Army Lodging Home at number 53 Call Lane and is marked on the 1968 OS map as 'hostel'. It stands on the corner with East Street. Signs are visible for the firm of motor engineers, Berry & Quin, located at 'The Garage' in Cross Maude Street, and also Montague Harris & Co. Ltd., wholesale clothiers at number 4 East Street. Cross Maude Street was a short and narrow street running between East Street and Maude Street.
[32]East Street Motors, 28 East Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
East Street Motors, 28 East Street1969. Image shows a man on step-ladders as he appears to attend to the sign above the windows of a garage. The garage is East Street Motors of number 28 East Street. A sign in the window advertises 'Quality Cars'. In the background, left, a large square chimney looms which is located in Waddington's Yard, between East Street and the River Aire. As well as the chimney, an engineering works and a joinery business are marked in the yard on the OS map dated July 1968. Access to Waddington's Yard is from Crown Point Road.
[33]Eastern Street, looking south (Armley)
Eastern Street, looking south1969. View of Eastern Street looking south from the junction with Whingate Terrace towards Tong Road in the background where industrial premises with a tall chimney can be seen. The image shows a woman as she pegs out her washing on a line strung across between the red brick terraced homes on either side, nos. 32 - 46 on the right and nos. 39 - 49 on the left. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[34]Eastern Street, nos. 32-38 (Armley)
Eastern Street, nos. 32-381969. View of Eastern Street, located between Whingate Road and Tong Road. The photographer was standing at the junction with Whingate Terrace where, from left to right, numbers 38 to 32 Eastern Street can be seen. These are back-to-back red brick terraced homes, in blocks of 4 on each side, separated by yards with outside toilets. This side of Eastern Street is back-to-back with Harrow Street. A woman attends to her washing line at number 32.
[35]Easy Road, view from (Cross Green) (1 comment)
Easy Road, view from1969. View from Easy Road, foreground. A baby in a pushchair is on the pavement outside one of the red brick terraced homes. This is perhaps May Grove. Behind the fencing is the railway line that ran from Waterloo Pit at Temple Newsam to the coal staith (Waterloo Main Colliery Depot) at the junction of Easy Road and Cross Green Lane. The 'Paddy train' transported coal from the colliery to the depot where the coal merchants would then distribute it to local households. The train also transported the colliery workers to and from the pit at the beginning and end of their shift.
[36]Ellerby Avenue, number 22 (Richmond Hill) (1 comment)
Ellerby Avenue, number 221969. A young girl sits on the doorstep of number 22 Ellerby Avenue, a red brick back-to-back terraced house. A motorised bicycle is parked outside. The road going from left to right is Kippax Place. In the background is a narrow cobbled street called Back Dent Street. These through properties have back yards and outside toilets. The houses on the left front Dent Street and the ones on the right front Kitson Street. Kippax Mount cuts across where the dog can be seen.
[37]Gaiety Kinema, Roundhay Road (Harehills) (13 comments)
Gaiety Kinema, Roundhay Road1969 Image shows what was the entrance, now bricked up, to the Gaiety Kinema in Roundhay Road at the junction with Gathorne Terrace. It opened on Wednesday 6th July 1921, and was designed by architect G. Frederick Bowman of Greek Street. The cinema closed on 22nd February 1958 with a final showing of the film, 'Woman in a Dressing Gown' starrying Yvonne Mitchell, Anthony Quayle and Sylvia Syms. The Gaiety was demolished and, on 7th December 1972 the new Gaiety Public House opened on the site, at the corner of Gathorne Terrace with Roundhay Road.
[38]Great George Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Great George Street1969. Image taken in Great George Street, showing two fashionable young women outside the premises of Gladys Atkinson, 'Invisible Mender'. Her business was located at numbers 38 to 44 Great George Street. The shops and properties in this row are now all demolished as far as the Victoria Hotel (off camera, right) and have been replaced by St. George's House, (Opened in 1984.) This large retail/office development is addressed as 40 Great George Street.
[39]Great George Street, rear of Town Hall (City Centre) (1 comment)
Great George Street, rear of Town Hall1969 Image shows the rear of the Town Hall in St. George Street where the Gentlemens' public toilets are situated. An elderly man in flat cap stands in the doorway. The photograph dates from 1969 and was the work of a young man from Switzerland, Eric Jaquier, during a stay in Leeds.
[40]Holbeck looking towards Wortley (Holbeck) (10 comments)
Holbeck looking towards Wortley1969. Birds-eye view of Holbeck looking towards Wortley. In the foreground the lozenge-shaped works is likely to be part of Elland Road Brickworks belonging to B. Whitaker & Son Ltd. Elland Road cuts across the picture horizontally behind this building. The red brick streets of back-to-back terraced homes in view run between Elland Road and Ingram Road and are the Tilbury's. Clayton's Pork Butcher's is visible at number 114 Elland Road at the junction with Tilbury Terrace. Running at an angle between the playing fields of Matthew Murray School and Ingram Road are more terraced streets, the Eustons. Matthew Murray School is clearly seen in the middle distance then beyond it is the railway line crossing Gelderd Road. The Schweppes Mineral Water Works occupies a large site between Whitehall Road and Gelderd Road and is addressed as number 92 Gelderd Road. Just right of centre, in the far distance, two blocks of high rise flats are visible. These are Wortley Heights, left, and Wortley Towers, right, off Tong Road. They were built in 1966 to a height of 47 metres on 17 floors. Photograph courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[41]Holderness Street, from King's Road (Hyde Park) (6 comments)
Holderness Street, from King1969. View from King's Road looking down Holderness Street which ran between the backs of houses on Holderness Terrace (left) and Edwin Road (right). A young girl chalks out a grid for a game of hopscotch in the foreground. The cobbled terraced street behind her slopes down to Queen's Road at the bottom where the British Relay Depot can be seen. The large building dominating the background is St. Margaret's C of E Church on Cardigan Road.
[42]Howden Street, children playing (Hyde Park) (2 comments)
Howden Street, children playing1969. View shows children playing in Howden Street which runs up from Queen's Road to King's Road. This is a back street into which the back yards of terraced houses on Howden Place (seen on the left here) and Howden Terrace open. Unusual brick walls with a wave design on top enclose the yards on the left. At the top of the street is King's Road where the Parish Hall of All Hallow's Church can be seen.
[43]Howden Street, from Queen's Road (Hyde Park) (1 comment)
Howden Street, from Queen1969. View from Queen's Road looking up the steeply sloping terrace of Howden Street, showing the rears of houses facing onto Howden Place. Outside toilets are seen in the back yards. On the right hand side there is a single storey shop at the bottom, numbered 10 Queen's Road and advertising Player's cigarettes. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[44]Howden Street, looking west (Hyde Park) (8 comments)
Howden Street, looking west1969. View of young children playing in Howden Street, which ran between King's Road and Queen's Road with the backs of houses on Howden Terrace on the left and on Howden Place on the right. Each side has back yards containing outside toilets. A dog noses into the gate of one of the houses. The boundary walls are built in stone with an unusual capping of bricks in a 'wave' design. The photograph is the work of Eric Jaquier.
[45]Kelsall Grove, looking north-east (Hyde Park) (10 comments)
Kelsall Grove, looking north-east1969 A child runs down Kelsall Grove, a cobbled street of red brick terraced houses. Alexandra Road runs across at the top of the street, with Alexandra Grove leading up from this. The square tower of All Hallows Church in Regent Terrace looms in the background.
[46]King's Road, looking north (Hyde Park) (4 comments)
King1969. In this image two young boys make their way down King's Road brandishing their fishing nets. They are both looking directly at the camera. On the right is a high stone-built wall, behind which are All Hallows' C of E Church and Parish Hall. In the background is a row of terraced houses fronting King's Road. Rows of terraced streets on the left run across between King's Road and Queen's Road. These include the Hartwells, the Howdens (in the picture) and the Holdernesses.
[47]Kirkstall Lane, Church View (Kirkstall)
Kirkstall Lane, Church View1969. View looking down onto Kirkstall Lane from the short terrace of Church View. The building at the end of the terrace is numbered 80 Kirkstall Lane. On the far side of the road are advertising hoardings and a man sitting on a bench, with houses behind which face onto Station Parade. Image courtesy of Eric Jaquier.
[48]Kirkstall Power Station from Gotts Park Golf Course (Armley) (2 comments)
Kirkstall Power Station from Gotts Park Golf Course1969. View across Kirkstall Valley from Gotts Park Golf Course. Dominating the background is one of the two huge cooling towers and a chimney belonging to Kirkstall Power Station. The cooling towers were demolished in 1979 and the site was cleared totally by 1986.
[49]Kirkstall Power Station, from Armley Park (Armley) (2 comments)
Kirkstall Power Station, from Armley Park1969. View looking north from Armley Park (Gotts Park)across the Leeds and Liverpool Canal towards Kirkstall Power Station. Two chimneys and two cooling towers can be seen. A footbridge across the railway line is seen in front of one of the chimneys.
[50]Kirkstall Road to Kirkstall Power Station (Burley) (2 comments)
Kirkstall Road to Kirkstall Power Station1969. View from Kirkstall Road (possibly near the viaduct) across to Kirkstall Power station where one of the chimneys can be seen, left, and also both of the large cooling towers in the centre. An LCT bus stop in the foreground has the numbers of buses travelling in the direction of Horsforth (24, 25, 26, 27). A sign on the brick building is partially seen and reads 'Ministry of Public Building . . . ' There is a large arched entrance with an open wooden door. Any further information welcomed.