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Search Aspect ( Bus Station )
Location - Leeds & District

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Aerial View, City Centre with Rockingham Street Bus Station (City Centre) (6 comments)
Black & White imagec1962 Woodhouse Lane is on the left from the middle edge at an angle to the bottom edge. To the right, in the middle of the photo is a large car park and Rockingham Street Bus Station. During the Second World War a static water tank for emergency use had been constructed on the car park area. Prior to that, part of the land facing Woodhouse Lane had been the site of Albion Brewery. The Merrion Centre was to be built on this site, which would include the bus station.
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Aerial View, Quarry Hill Flats, Bus Station, Saxton Gardens Flats (Quarry Hill) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. C. 1962-3, Quarry Hill Flats can be seen to the left with Eastgate roundabout bottom left. To the right is the bus station which was rebuilt in 1962-3 at a cost of £6,000. It was reopened by the Lord Mayor, Alderman E. J. Wooler on September 30th 1963. Saxton Gardens Flats can be seen in the top right corner.
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Bus Station (City Centre)
Colour image20th September 1999.View shows the inside of the bus station with buses and timetables on the left.
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Bus Station (City Centre)
Colour image20th September 1999. View shows the inside of the bus station with a group of children looking at the timetable. Shops and a sign for the coach station are to the right.
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Bus Station (City Centre)
Colour image16th November 1999. View of buses and bus stands in Leeds Central bus station.
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