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Air Raid Shelter (City Centre) (6 comments)
27th August 1946. View shows damaged air raid shelter in City Square. Onlookers observe the devastation. Standard Buildings with Barclays Bank local head office, Standard Life Assurance and British General Insurance are visible in the background.
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Bomb Damage at Museum (City Centre) (3 comments)
15th March 1941 View from interior of museum entrance after bomb hit Leeds City Museum. Broken shelves, boxes and pipes can be seen as well as damaged exhibits. Two men look at the damage from the pavement and traffic passes by on the road.
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Cliff Side Gardens (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
22nd September 1941 Cul-de-sac off Cliff Road. Air-raid damage, one house completely flattened. Behind, Woodhouse Ridge can be seen.
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Easterly Road, Bomb Damage (Gipton) (12 comments)
1st September 1940 Image shows onlookers and officials inspecting houses on Easterly Road struck by a German Bomb. All the windows have been blown out and filers are inspecting the roof damage. The exact location on Easterly Road of these houses are unknown and any information would be gratefully received.
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Fairfield Crescent, bomb damage (Bramley) (8 comments)
3rd September 1942. View shows the back garden of a house in Fairfield Crescent with extensive bomb damage. There is an Anderson shelter in front of a wooden fence. The garden is full of rubble and the back wall of the house has been destroyed. In the background are Station Mount and Nansens.
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