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Search Aspect ( St. John''s Centre )
Location - Leeds & District

Albion Street, St. John's Centre (City Centre)
Black & White image1988. View of Albion Street showing St. John's Shopping Centre, opened in 1985. The Leamington Spa Building Society and National Provincial Building Society are among businesses occupying premises around the outside. On the left, past the junction with Merrion Street, is the Merrion Centre on Woodhouse Lane.
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Merrion Street at the junction with Wade Lane (City Centre)
Colour image22nd January 2006. View of Merrion Street at the junction with Wade Lane (bottom right). The dominant building is K2, formerly the offices of Dudley House (1972) recently completed redeveloped as residential, office and leisure accommodation. It stands at the corner of Albion Street. The St. John's Centre, built in red brick, is on the left, and the Merrion Centre is right. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Merrion Street Looking towards the junction with Albion Street and Great George Street (City Centre)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Merrion Street looking towards the junction with Albion Street. On the left is the St. John's Centre with McDonalds at number 23. After McDonalds is the junction with Albion Street and the former Dudley House, recently re-developed as K2 (2001). It stands at the junction with Great George Street, centre. Merrion Centre is off camera, right.
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New Briggate, St. John's Church (City Centre)
Colour image15th January 2006. View from New Briggate of St. John's Church situated in Mark Lane. The blue plaque on the wall gives historical information about John Harrison, a wealthy Leeds merchant and alderman (1579-1656) and founder of the Church of St. John the Evangelist which was consecrated on 21st September 1634. Through the tall, gabled gateway the tower of the Merrion Centre, is K2, a high rise, mixed use redevelopment, formerly the 1970's office building, Dudley House, which stands at the corner of Albion Street and Great George Street. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Schofields Centre demolition site looking towards The Headrow (City Centre) (2 comments)
Colour imagec1987. Image shows the fenced-off demolition site in preparation for the new Schofields Centre, bordered by King Charles Street, left, The Headrow, running horizontally across the background, Lands Lane, at the right edge and King Charles Croft. Between the buildings in the background Dortmund Square is visible and behind it, the entrance to the St. John's Centre. The large, multi-storey building towards the right in the background is the 1930s Lewis's Department store in The Headrow. The rebuilt Schofields store and the multi-storey Schofields Centre opened in 1990.
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