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Search Aspect ( Cobourg Tavern )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cobourg Street looking in the direction of Woodhouse Lane (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White imagecirca 1965 View of Cobourg Street at the time construction was beginning on the new Merrion Centre. Cobourg Street was to become Merrion Way and the building on the right, a Photo Engraving Works, was demolished to make way for the new Yorkshire Bank H.Q. The car park on the left is now the site of Merrion House. Left of Centre, The Cobourg Tavern is visible at the junction with Woodhouse Lane and Claypit Lane, (off to the right). On the top left-hand corner is Leeds Polytechnic and in the distance there are the three spires of Emmanuel Church, left, Trinity Church, centre, and Blenheim Baptist Church, right, In the distance behind the churches is the silhouette of the University's Parkinson building.
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Merrion Centre multi-storey car park (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White imagecirca 1966 Image is taken from the top of the Merrion Centre multi-storey car park looking across in the direction of Woodhouse Lane. The three church spires belong to Emmanual, left, Trinity, centre, and Blenheim Baptist Church, right. The silhouette of University's Parkinson building is visible in the background. The rooftop just showing behind the Bristol motorcar is the Cobourg Tavern at the junction of woodhouse Lane with Claypit Lane.
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Merrion Way looking towards Claypit Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imagecirca 1965 View of Merrion Way looking towards Claypit Lane during the time of the construction of the Merrion Centre. Merrion Way was formerly Cobourg Street. In the centre, behind the ambulance, is the Cobourg Tavern at the junction of Woodhouse Lane and Claypit Lane, and, at the time of writing , is now called 'Japanic'. The tall builing in the background, left, is Leeds Polytechnic, now Leeds Metropolitan University. At the right edge is a photo engraving works which was demolished and the new Yorkshire Bank H.Q. was built on the site. Also to the right the distant spires of Emmanuel and Trinity churches are visible.
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Merrion Way looking towards Woodhouse Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imagecirca 1965 View of Merrion Way, formely Cobourg Street at the time of the development of the Merrion Centre. The area was to be much altered in line with the scheme by Town Centre Securities Ltd. The building on the right, a photo engraving works was demolished and the Yorkshire Bank H.Q. erected on the site. The tall building in the background is Leeds Polytechnic, now called Leeds Metropolitan University. The building behind the 'no entry' sign on the right is the Cobourg Tavern, which, at the time of writing, is known as the 'Japanic'. Merrion House, an office block was built at the corner where the car park is on the left.
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Queen Square, rear of numbers 64 and 66 (Little London)
Black & White image1st October 1974 Image shows the rear of very old and derelict properties in Queen Square awaiting demolition. On the left is number 64 Queen Square, and on the right, number 66. Immediately behind number 64 part of the Cobourg Tavern is visible and faintly in the background the College of Technology can just be seen.
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