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Location - Leeds & District

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Ambulance parked in Flax Place (Bank) (1 comment)
Colour image1965. Image shows an ambulance driver about to get into his ambulance in Flax place. The Ambulance Station is situated in Flax Place between Saxton Lane and Mill Street. In the background are flats which are part of the Saxton Gardens Estate.
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City of Leeds Ambulance, vicinity of the Leeds Ambulance Station (Bank) (2 comments)
Colour imageJuly 1964. Image shows a City of Leeds ambulance thought to be parked somewhere in the vicinity of Leeds Ambulance Station. The vehicle is a Daimler and its 'call sign' is 'V for Victor'. The bell is mounted on the front of the ambulance and the registration on the number plate is NUA 999. The exact location of the ambulance is not known but the ambulance station is located near Saxton Gardens in Flax Place, between Saxton Lane and Mill Street.
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Denis Healey Centre, Denis Healey M.P. attends the Spring and Summer Fayre (Seacroft)
Black & White imageSeptember 1989. Image shows the MP for East Leeds, Denis Healey, as he attends the Spring and Summer Fayre at the Denis Healey Centre in Foundry Mill Street. He is reaching for his wallet as he is about to make a purchase from the Arts and Craft Stall. At the time he was on his way to his surgery but dropped in to support the Fayre. The fund raising event collected £70 with over a dozen stalls, games, a treasure hunt, raffles and refreshments. Denis Healey remarked that the Fayre was a fine example of community spirit.
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Denis Healey MP chats to a stall-holder at the Denis Healey Centre Spring and Summer Fayre (Seacroft)
Black & White imageSeptember 1989. Image shows Denis Healey, MP for East Leeds, as he chats to a stall-holder at the Denis Healey Centre Spring and Summer Fayre. The centre is located in Foundry Mill Street and Denis Healey had dropped in on his way to his surgery. The Fayre raised funds of £70.00 and was a day of fun activities including Pick-a-Stick, Hook-a-Duck, a Treasure Hunt, raffles, stalls and refreshments.
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Dickinsons Yard, Upper Mill Street (City Centre)
Black & White image1946. View showing Dickinsons Yard (which was later renamed Upper Mill Street.) Photograph was taken to show proposed car parking acomodation.
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