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1 City Square (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of number 1 City Square with seabird sculpture visible. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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1 City Square (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of seabird sculptures outside number 1 City Square. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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Aerial View of Leeds with Refurbished City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1962 Aerial view of the centre of Leeds. In the top left corner main railway lines and City Station can be seen with the River Aire. The river goes under the railway and emerges to the left of the lines. Just to the right of the railway a white triangle is the new layout for City Square. It has recently been restored to its original size and shape. In the bottom left corner the circular dome of the Corn Exchange is visible. On the right side the Headrow can be seen running from top to bottom.
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Aerial View, City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image22nd June 1949 City Square can be seen in this view. To the right, on Park Row several buses are waiting, there are also two trams running past. Across the bottom right is a view of the Queens Hotel, seen from the back.
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Aerial view, City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image10th June 1933. Looking down on City Square across the rooftops of railway station. Old Queen's Hotel can be seen, also Mill Hill Chapel Post Office and Majestic Cinema. Black Prince Statue and War Memorial are clearly visible in City Square. Photograph first appeared in Leeds Mercury.
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