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Search Aspect ( Leeds Corporation )
Location - Leeds & District

Air Raid Shelter (Harehills)
Black & White image12th November 1938. Stanley Road Harehills. Air Raid Shelter, at Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor under construction, showing interior brickwalls and roof beams. The site of the Leeds Corporation Refuse Destructor is between Stanley Road and Florence Street, with the latter over the wall to the right. In the background are several 2 wheeled carts and a van. To the left, out of view was the Tramway depot along the north west boundary of the site with tracks exiting the building into Stanley Road. This later became a diinfestation centre by 1971. The refuse destructor is in the centre of the site to the left.
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City of Leeds, Sale of Surplus land (Unknown)
Black & White image26th September 1910. Notice advertising the '58th Sale of Corporation Surplus Properties' to be held at an auction by Hepper & Sons at the Philosophical Hall on Park Row at 2 o'clock on Thursday October 6th 1910. Freehold land and property is available at many locations across the city including Chapeltown Road, North Street and York Road, Bridge End, Swinegate and Sovereign Street, Kirkgate, Marsh Lane and York Street, and Lower Town Street and Hough Lane, Bramley. Also available is a beerhouse at Crown Point known as the 'White Lion' and a 'commanding block of shops & business premises at Bridge End'. The notice is written by the Town Clerk, Robert E. Fox.
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Cross Fountaine Street (City Centre)
Black & White image5th January 1928. A barbed wire topped fence runs down the east side of Cross Fountaine Street. A sign behind the fence reads; 'Leeds Corporation Motor Park'. A car at the foot of Cross Fountaine Street is parked outside 1 Cross Fountaine Street - Kitchin Conyers & Co Ltd - leather manufacturers.
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Dock Street, stables (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the courtyard of Dock Street Stables. Several Leeds Corporation carts can be seen but there are no horses in view.
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Leeds Corporation Baths, Joseph Street (Hunslet) (9 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Leeds Corporation Baths located in Joseph Street. The datestone on the front of the building is 1897 but the baths opened on 17th December 1898 and finally closed on 22nd December 1979.
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