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Search Aspect ( Clock Cinema )
Location - Leeds & District

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Clock Cinema, Roundhay Road (Harehills) (25 comments)
Black & White image10th May 1939. View of Clock Buildings, a parade of shops in front of the cinema in Roundhay Road. The junction with Copgrove Road is at the left edge. On the left, Clock Provision Stores can be seen, and to the right is C.H. and F. Lax builders with houses for sale or to rent. Next, there is a canopy over one of the cinema exits. The clock on the right is on the cinema, the back of the cinema building is behind the Clock Provision Store. The Clock Cinema opened on 21st November 1938 and was designed by Norman Fowler of Kitson, Parish, Ledgard and Pyman. The builder was C.H. and F.Lax. It seated 1,836 people, with a car park for 200 vehicles. The name of the cinema was taken from the Clock building. It closed in February 1976 and was used as a bingo hall. It is currently Empire Electrical store. A poster for the film 'Carefree', starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, is displayed on the end wall. To the right is the junction with Easterly Road. At the right edge there is a glimpse of the Fforde Grene public house which stands on Harehills Corner.
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Clock Cinema, Roundhay Road (Harehills) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Clock Cinema and buildings in Roundhay Road near the junctions of Upland Road and Easterly Road. The Clock Cinema opened on 21st November 1938. It was designed by Norman Fowler of architects, Messrs. Kitson, Parish, Ledgard & Pyman of Leeds. At the time of this photograph the film showing was 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
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Clock Cinema, tram no.245 (Harehills)
Black & White image15th May 1950. View showing tram no.245 passing the Clock Cinema at the junction of Roundhay Road, left and Easterly Road, right. This is a Horsfield tram seen here on route 5 to Beeston.
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Clock Cinema, trams (Harehills) (2 comments)
Black & White image15th May 1950. View showing two trams outside the Clock Cinema at the junction of Roundhay Road, left and Easterly Road, right. In front is no.245, a Horsfield tram bound for Beeston on route no.5, and at the back is no.395, a Chamberlain bound for Kirkstall Abbey on route 4.
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Easterly Road, tram no.123 (Harehills)
Black & White image4th May 1952. View of Easterly Road showing Chamberlain tram no.123 travelling on route 4 to Haddon Place. The Clock Cinema is on the left, by the junction with Roundhay Road, just off the picture. Next to this are semi-detached houses on Upland Road.
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