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Location - Leeds & District

Carr Manor, Stonegate Road (Meanwood)
Black & White image9th September 1950. View of rotunda and lake, looking south west to the house. Six pillars supporting an intricate wrought iron dome, topped with a cupid; curved stone benches to the base. House built 1881 in traditional Yorkshire manor house style by E. S. Prior. Occupied by T. C. Allbutt, Lord Moynihan. Now judges residence.
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City House, New Station Street (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. View of City House in New Station Street designed by architect John Poulson and built by Taylor Woodrow in 1962. There are 15 floors of office space and the building is constructed in 1873 and at one time boasted a coverted arcade. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Coloured Cloth Hall, entrance and rotunda (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the entrance to the Coloured Cloth Hall and Rotunda. The Coloured Cloth hall was opened in 1758. It had 1770 stalls for the clothiers and the inner courtyard could hold 20,000 people. The octagonal rotunda was added around 1780 and held the offices and the Council Chamber of the Trustees. The building was demolished in 1890 for the City Square development and the building of the Post Office building.
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Coloured Cloth Hall, Entrance and Rotunda (City Centre)
Black & White image1888. An early view of the Coloured or Mixed Cloth Hall showing the entrance and Rotunda. Designed by architect John Moxon the huge hall was situated near the south end of Park Row and was the largest building in Georgian Leeds. The hall was built in 1756-8 and the Rotunda and entrance wing were added at a later date, about 1780. The Rotunda was used as offices and housed the Council Chamber of the Trustees. In 1889 Leeds Corporation paid a sum of £66,000 for the hall in order to clear the site to make way for re-development; the site is now occupied by City Square and the General Post Office building. Posters on an exterior wall on the right advertise the vegetarian restaurant of George E. Stansfield at no. 9 Park Lane, the New Waverley Hotel and Restaurant, cocoa, Yorkshire Relish, Toulson's Chemist of North Street and Winch the Tailor. Photograph by Wormald of Leeds.
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Coloured Cloth Hall, rotunda entrance (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the entrance to the rotunda of the Coloured Cloth Hall. The Coloured Cloth Hall opened in 1758 and the rotunda was added around 1780. This was used as offices and the Council Chamber of the Trustees. It was demolished in 1890 for the building of the Post Office and the City Square development. Behind the Cloth Hall, Mill Hill Chapel is visible on the other side of Park Row.
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