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Search Aspect ( Canal Wharf )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bridgewater Place, construction (Holbeck)
Colour imageJune 2006. View looking south over the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and Canal Wharf towards Bridgewater Place under construction. This 32-storey tower block, including a mix of luxury apartments, office space and leisure and retail facilities, would become the tallest building in Yorkshire on its completion in 2007. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Bridgewater Place, construction (Holbeck)
Colour imageSeptember 2006. View looking from Leeds City Station across Canal Wharf towards the tower block of Bridgewater Place under construction. This mixed-use development designed by Aedas Architects was destined to become the tallest building not just in Leeds but the whole of Yorkshire on its completion in 2007. It is situated at the junction of Water Lane and Victoria Road. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Bridgewater Place, construction (Holbeck)
Colour imagec2006. Looking from the top of Leeds City Station across the River Aire and Canal Wharf towards Bridgewater Place under construction. This mixed-use development of residential, office, retail and leisure space on the corner of Water Lane and Victoria Road was destined to become the tallest building in Yorkshire on its completion in 2007. Despite the proposals of several taller structures in Leeds since then nothing has yet been built to rival it. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Canal Wharf (City Centre)
Colour image1999 View looks from a car park which is situated at the junction of Water Lane which is just out of view beyond the left edge, and Canal Wharf which curves from the left then runs through the centre of the photograph. Several business premises are visible. The canal is situated to the right edge.
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Canal Wharf (Holbeck)
Black & White image5th December 1945. View looking North-West from Victoria Bridge. On the right bank is a crane on a rail track and coal hoppers. A barge is in the water. On the left bank are buildings with an 'Arches to Let' sign. In the distance are more arches and the City skyline.
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