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Search Aspect ( Priestley House )
Location - Leeds & District

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City Square, Priestley House Construction (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View looks from City Square where part of the Black Prince statue can be seen on the left edge with several of the Morn and Even nymph behind. In the background, Priestley House is under construction. This was the premises of NatWest and replaces Priestley Hall which was demolished in 1968. Number 1 Park Row now occupies this site.
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Priestley House, Park Row (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. View of the NatWest building, Priestley House, in Park Row (centre). It was built on the site of Priestley Hall, belonging to Mill Hill Chapel, which was demolished in 1968. Priestley House is also now demolished and was replaced by number 1 Park Row, a landmark building designed by Fletcher Joseph. The official opening was held in April, 2000, although the building was in use from November 1999. At the left edge is the Norwich Union building, replaced by Number 1 City Square in 1998. The reddish building is the Lloyds TSB building in Park Row. On the right is Royal Exchange House (built 1966), now the Park Plaza Hotel. It underwent refurbishment in 2004. Photograph courtesy of Stephen Howden.
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Quarry Hill Flats, St. Peter's Street (Quarry Hill)
Black & White image1st May 1939. Quarry Hill Flats nearing completion, looking from the bus station across St. Peter's Street. On the left is the curve of Oastler House with Priestley House on the right.
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Quarry Hill Flats, view to St. Peter's Square (Quarry Hill) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1974/1975. This view was taken inside the Quarry Hill Flats complex looking out through the arched entrance of Priestley House to St. Peter's Square. Opposite the entrance are two clothing factories, the Super Clothing Company Ltd. and the employment and goods entrance of William Read Ltd. Quarry Hill Flats were demolished between 1975 and 1978.
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