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Arthur Aarons Statue, Eastgate (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour image6th June 2006 View of the Arthur Aarons Statue in Eastgate. Arthur Aarons V.C. stands, as a young World Ward II airman, at the base of a tree climbed by children. The child at the top releases the dove of peace. In the background left, is the West Yorkshire Playhouse and B.B.C. studios in St. Peter's Square. The red brick building in the centre background is Munro House in Duke Street. The buildings under construction in the background are part of a mixed use development called Gateway. It is on the former site of Howarth Timber between Crown Point Road, Marsh Lane and East Street. The architects, Carey Jones, have designed over 640 studio, 1 bedroomed and two bedroomed apartments, a 218 bed hotel, office and commerical space. The buildings are on 15 storeys and completion is expected by 2008. Photograph courtesy of James W. Bell.
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Duke Street (City Centre)
Black & White image15th June 1931. Junction of Duke Street and New York Street showing the railway bridge. The Whitehall Garage, on New York Street, can be seen in the distance. There are wrought iron railings in view.
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Duke Street (City Centre)
Black & White image15th June 1931. Two workmen at the junction of Duke Street and New York Street, showing the railway bridge. The Whitehall Garage on New York Street can be seen in the distance. Also in view are wrought iron railings and gravestones relocated from St Peters.
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Duke Street (City Centre)
Black & White image16th September 1930.Wall on the embankment beside the railway bridge in Duke Street. Also in view are the gravestones relocated onto the embankment from St Peters. The wall is topped by railings.
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Duke Street (City Centre)
Black & White image16th September 1930. Retaining wall on the embankment next to the railway bridge on Duke Street. Also in view is a road sign and two men leaning against iron railings. The Parish Church (St Peters) is very faint in the background.
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