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Search Aspect ( Priestley House )
Location - Leeds & District

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City Square, from Wellington Street (City Centre)
Black & White image1988 View of City Square from Wellington Street showing the statue of the Black Prince in the centre and in the background, from left, the General Post Office, the 1967 Norwich Union Insurance building, Lloyds Bank, Priestley House (National Westminster Bank)and on the right West Riding House, at the time the tallest building in Leeds. Mill Hill Chapel is also on the right, dwarfed by these enormous tower blocks.
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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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Park Row, from City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1988 View looking north along Park Row from City Square. On the left is the Norwich Union Insurance Group building opened on the 20th March 1967. Across the street in the centre is Priestley House, the National Westminster Bank building built on the site of Priestley Hall; behind this is Lloyds Bank. To the right the lower floors of Royal Exchange House can be seen, with West Riding House towering in the background.
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Park Row, from City Square (City Centre)
Black & White image1988 View looking towards Park Row from City Square. Tall buildings in the background are (from left) the Norwich Union Insurance building, Lloyds Bank, Priestley House (the National Westminster Bank)and West Riding House. Mill Hill Chapel is on the right.
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Park Row, from City Square (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1988 Looking north along Park Row from City Square. the 1967 Norwich Union building is partially seen on the left. Towards the right is Priestley House, home of the National Westminster Bank, which was built on the site of Priestley Hall; it has since been replaced by No.1 Park Row. Behind this are the Lloyds Bank building on the left and West Riding House on the right. A No.1 bus to Cottingley is among traffic on the busy road.
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