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Bird's Eye view looking north from York Street (City Centre)
Colour image28th July 2014. Bird's Eye view looking north from the 8th floor at the top of the multi-storey Kirkgate Market car park in York Street. Here we can see the colourful stalls of the open market in the foreground, and beyond, the site being cleared for phase 1 of the Victoria Gate development. In the foreground, left, is the entrance to the indoor section of Kirkgate Market. Across the centre is the line of the north side of Eastgate. The south side (Eastgate Terrace) has been demolished to make way for the new Victoria Gate development scheme. This is a really good view of the site of phase 1 of Victoria Gate. At the left edge, in the centre, are properties in Harewood Street, which, with Vicar Lane, forms the western border. Harewood Street and Sidney Street will be pedestrianised and this new public realm will give easy access to the Victoria Quarter and Victoria Gate (via Sidney Street). Kirkgate Market, Eastgate and the second phase of the development will be approached via Harewood Street). Shoppers will be able to use the public realm area, which will comprise part of George Street, to access the eastern side of the open market and the southern entrance of John Lewis. John Lewis will be a focal point of this site and it is to be built adjacent to the site of Millgarth Police Headquarters, the large brick building seen on the right. This will eventually be demolished to be replaced by a multi-storey car park.
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Fenton Street and Carnaby Street. (Woodhouse) (3 comments)
Black & White image22nd August 1913. Junction of Fenton Street and Carnaby Street looking east, showing headquarters of Territorial Force, 1st West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery at 27, Fenton Street. Paving Stones and stone sets in foreground.
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From Millgarth Police Headquarters towards Eastgate (City Centre)
Colour image4th June, 2014. View from Millgarth Police Headquarters, left, towards Eastgate where demolition is in progress. The red brick buildings are a continuation of Sir Reginald Blomfield's designs for the Headrow and Eastgate, begun in the late 1920s. The two end building are virtually identical and are known as the "Book End" buildings (1939). They flank Eastgate where the double decker buses can be seen. Union Street runs between the Police HQ. and the partially demolished numbers 44 to 46 Eastgate, left. Numbers 44 to 46 were formerly Hoagy's Bar but the demolition is to facilitate the new Victoria Gate scheme and a new four storey, 24,00 sq. m. John Lewis store is to be built on part of the site in Phase 1. Millgarth Police HQ. will also be cleared to build an 800 space multi-storey car park.
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Harper Street, Electricity Sub-Station, site of multi - storey car park (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. Image taken in the early 1990s showing what was to become the site of a new multi storey car park close to Leeds City Market in Harper Street. This electricity sub - station was to be removed before work could commence. At the left edge is Millgarth Police Headquarters. The West Yorkshire Playhouse is in the background, centre and Quarry House is at the right edge.
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Harper Street, Numbers 8 - 16 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. This old medium rise red brick building had once been occupied by a Furniture Manufacturers. The ground floor, in this early 1990s view, shows numbers 8 - 16 including Dennis's Fish Restaurant. In the background, left, Millgarth Police Headquarters can be seen.
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