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Albion Mill site, view from (Morley)
Colour imageMay 1963. This view looking towards Middleton was taken from behind where the Albion Mill once stood, before being burned down in a fire in 1950, on the approximate site of the old windmill. Before the Parish Church was built in 1830, Church Street was called Windmill Hill Lane and Chapel Hill was originally Windmill Hill. For many years the windmill was used to grind corn, but about 1780 it was decided to try to run some textile machinery in it like carders and scribblers, though not very successfully. The photograph was taken looking down on Morley gasworks. Behind them is the tip for Morley Main Colliery. On the right is the back of New Bank Street and Crank Mill chimney. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Bank Street (Horsforth)
Black & White image1911. View of Bank Street. people posing for the camera. Shadow on the street is beiung cast by the chimney of Horsforth Laundry.
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Bank Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th September 1953. Looking south east to numbers 11 and 12. Number 11 occupied by Barnard Harrison insurance broker, number 12 by J Collett Ltd, Millinery Manufacturers. Note arch recesses to downstairs window. No Waiting sign.
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Bank Street from Boar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image1869. Image shows Bank Street from the direction of Boar Lane, photographed by A. Macaulay for the City Engineers. It shows property owned by Joseph Conyer who had a shoe and leather warehouse at number 42 Boar Lane, on the corner with Bank Street. Bank Street gets it name from the location of the first Bank of England in 1827. Bank Street ran from Commercial Street to Boar Lane (between number 42 Boar Lane and Trinity Street.) This site is presently (2012) in the process of being developed as the iconic new retail centre, Trinity Leeds, with frontages on Boar Lane, Briggate, Commercial Street and Albion Street.
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Bank Street from Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour imageMarch 2015. At the time this image was taken the new shopping centre, Trinity Leeds , had been open for two years and here we see the completed access/egress for Trinity West, which was formerly the south end of Bank Street. The modern curved Boar Lane frontage of Trinity Leeds, off camera right, is sympathetic to the curved corner of the Victorian building at the west side of the junction with Bank Street, left, which dates from the 1880s. This is number 63 Boar Lane, which houses a branch of Sainsbury’s Local. It was at one time The Peel public house.
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