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Search Aspect ( Media Centre )
Location - Leeds & District

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Foundry Street, Round Foundry Media Centre (Holbeck)
Colour image2011. View shows the Round Foundry Media Centre, situated in part of the old Round Foundry complex on Foundry Street, originally the works of steam locomotive pioneer Matthew Murray. The Round Foundry Media Centre was the first phase of a £30 million redevelopment of Holbeck Urban Village and provides office space for creative and digital media companies. The project has won a number of architectural awards.
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Goxhill Street (Sheepscar)
Black & White image30th July 1958 Looking from the direction of Buslingthorpe Lane, along the even numbered side of Goxhill Street. At the end, on the left, can be seen what was the Jewish Institute, now used as the Host Media Centre.
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Goxhill Street (Sheepscar) (1 comment)
Black & White image30th July 1958 View of Goxhill Street, odd numbered side. This is looking towards Husler Grove, the large building on the right was the Leeds Jewish Institute. In the latter part of the 19th century many Jewish immigrants had settled in the North Street and Leylands areas. By the 1930s, many families had established prosperous businesses and they began to move to better areas to the north of Leeds. The Institute provided a social centre, it was later called the Jubilee Hall, then the Trades Hall and is now the Host Media Centre. The address is 21 Savile Mount.
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Husler Grove (Sheepscar)
Black & White image10th November 1945. Looking east along Husler Grove past Savile Mount towards the backs of houses on Chapeltown Road. A dog can be seen in the foreground on the wasteground. The Leeds Jewish Institute can be seen on the left.
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Trafalgar Terrace nos. 5 & 7 (Little London)
Black & White image14th February 1950. View shows number 5 and 7 Trafalgar Terrace between Northfield Terrace and Albert Grove. Two women and a child stand outside number 7 looking at the camera. Advertisements for Brooke Bond tea and a jive competition at the Jubilee Hall are on the left.
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