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Search Aspect ( Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society )
Location - Leeds & District

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Austhorpe Road, nos.19-41 (Cross Gates) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Austhorpe Road taken around the late 19th/early 20th century. On the left is a parade of shops, numbered (from left) 19 to 35. On the right, at no.37 to 41, is a branch of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society. A woman stands outside the butchering department to the left, while a horse and cart can be seen waiting at the side of the road.
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Back Spring Terrace nos. 2 - 10, junction with Spring Street (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image29th March, 1960. Through houses seen from the rear and numbering, from left to right, numbers 2 to 10 Back Spring Terrace. The houses have small enclosed gardens which open onto the cobbled street. The gatepost on the right is the entrance to the yard of the Bramley branch of the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society at numbers 186 to 188 Lower Town Street.
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Beeston Village Store, Town Street (Beeston) (5 comments)
Colour image2005. Image shows Beeston Village Store, a new multi-million pound development on Town Street. Local people are able to shop at the Co-operative food store and visit the Co-op pharmacy, travel agents and opticians. Beeston Co-op was the overall winner of the 2004 Leeds 'Best Supermarket for Fairtrade'. Far right is James Reed House, Beeston Village Medical Centre with arched roof. It brings together a wealth of medical services and expertise under one roof and was built in partnership with the N.H.S. Trust, South Leeds Primary Heath Care Trust and Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society.
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Beeston Village Store, Town Street (Beeston)
Colour image2005. Image shows the newly built Beeston Village Store, part of a £3 million complex in Town Street. It is a branch of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society and incorporates a food store, opticians, travel agency, and Funeral Directors. The Scheme also includes the new Beeston Village Medical Centre, just glimpsed, far right. This was a partnership between the N.H.S. Trust, South Leeds Primary Care Trust and Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society.
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Boats owned by Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, River Aire (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of coal barges owned by Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society moored near L.I.C.S. grain warehouses on Water Lane. In the background, right, the building is possibly the rear of the Tramway Offices. This view is from Bridge End. Listed in a trade Directory for 1947, John E. Charlwood was secretary of L.I.C.S. Ltd. and lived in Leeds 6. His name is painted on the barge seen left.
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