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Academy/Tatler Cinema at numbers 7 & 9 Boar Lane, interior view of equipment (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing cinema equipment inside the Academy/Tatler cinema at numbers 7 and 9 Boar Lane, Royal Exchange Chambers. The 550 seater venue opened as the 'City Cinema' on Monday 4th October 1915 with a showing of 'Beulah' from the novel by Augustus T. Wilson. Admission prices were 1/- (5p) and 6d (2.5p). The cinema was designed by architect, J.P. Crawford of Leeds. On 14th October 1925 the name was changed to the 'Savoy' and then, on 1st January 1931, to the 'Academy'. It became the 'Tatler News Theatre' on 23rd December 1936 and closed as the Tatler on Monday 27th January 1964. The final showing was of 'Sodom and Gomorrah' starring Stewart Granger and Stanley Baker. The premises were demolished and Royal Exchange House was constructed on the site. The image dates from the time the cinema was either the 'Academy' or the 'Tatler' in the 1930s.
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Albion Street from the junction with Boar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. A policeman directs the traffic at the junction of Albion Street with Boar Lane in this C1920s view. Number 58 Boar Lane is visible at the right edge, with striped awning. It is the premises of Gowing, general draper. At the left edge is number 57, Salmon and Gluckstien Tobacconists. Looking up Albion Street to what is now the Headrow, the semi-circular street sign belongs to The Charles J. Fox Piano Co., piano manufacturers at number 30.
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Alfred Street, from Boar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image27th May 1966. Looking along Alfred Street from Boar Lane. On the corners are Dunn & Co., hatters (left) and the National Provincial Bank (right). At the far end of Alfred Street are the former premises of C.W. Agencies Ltd., wholesale toys and sports goods, now advertised as 'sold' and John Whitehead and Sons Ltd., printers and lithographers.
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Alfred Street, looking towards Boar Lane. (City Centre)
Black & White image1970s. View of Alfred Street looking towards Boar Lane, taken around the mid 1970s. In the foreground to the right are nos. 5 and 3 Alfred Street, then on the corner is Dunn & Co, menswear, at no. 21 Boar Lane. In the background, left, on the far side of Boar Lane are the Co-op Butchers, Greenwoods Menswear and Derbers footwear.
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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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