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Dortmund Drayman (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.View of Dortmund Square which is full of shoppers. The statue to the right is a bronze copy of the Dortmund Drayman. It was erected here in 1980.
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Dortmund Drayman, Dortmund Square (City Centre)
Colour image19th March 2002. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Civic Twinning this Bronze copy of an original erected by the Altien Brewery in Dortmund was unveiled by the sculptor Arthur Schultz-Engels and civic leaders Oberburgermaster Samtlebe and Lord Mayor Atkinson at the square's inauguration, September 1980. On the left in the background is a news agent and on the right St. John's shopping centre.
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Dortmund Drayman, Dortmund Square (City Centre)
Colour image19th March 2002. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Civic Twinning this Bronze copy of an original erected by the Altien Brewery in Dortmund was unveiled by the sculptor Arthur Schultz-Engels and civic leaders Oberburgermaster Samtlebe and Lord Mayor Atkinson at the square's inauguration, September 1980. On the left in the background is a news agent and on the right St. John's shopping centre.
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Dortmund Square, Dortmund Drayman (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1980-81. View of Dortmund Square showing the Dortmund Drayman, unveiled at the Square's inauguration in September 1980 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the twinning of Leeds with Dortmund. The bronze statue was sculpted by Arthur Schultz-Engels. In the background, St. John's Centre is yet to be built; this was to be opened in 1985. The buildings on the left at the bottom of Woodhouse Lane were to be demolished to make way for it. The tall building towards the right is Fairfax House at the corner of Merrion Street and Wade Lane dating from 1972.
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