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Albion Place (City Centre) (2 comments)
21st September 1999.Corner of Lands Lane and Albion Place looking towards Briggate. View shows a crowded street scene. Shops visible include River Island and Next. Ornate street lamps are prominent.
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Albion Place (City Centre) (1 comment)
21st September 1999.Corner of Albion Place and Lands Lane looking down towards Briggate. View shows a crowded street scene. Shops visible include River Island and Next.
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Albion Place looking towards Lands Lane (City Centre)
February 2007. View of Albion Place looking in the direction of Lands Lane. The New Conservatory Cafe Bar is to the right at numbers 30-34. The red brick Church Institute Building is seen left at the junction with Lands Lane. It is now converted to retail space on the ground and first floors. In the foreground is a stall managed by the Edwardian Baking Company selling jacket potatoes.
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Albion Place, aerial view (City Centre)
2000s. Aerial view looking east along Albion Place, which becomes King Edward Street after the junction with Briggate, taken from the top of West Riding House on Albion Street. The building on the left with the spire is the former Church Institute at the junction with Lands Lane, while on the right in the foreground is the old YMCA building. In the centre background is Quarry House, while in the background on the right is St. Peter's Church with the Etap Hotel and Gateway development on Crown Point Road to the left of it.
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Albion Place, looking east (City Centre)
6th February 1991 Colour photograph of Albion Place looking east. On the left is Alfred Marks recruitment consultants then Country Casuals ladieswear. Past the junction with Lands Lane is Chelsea Girl fashions. On the right, W.H.Smith can be seen at the near side of the junction and Next fashions on the far side. Cars are parked on the road.
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