|||Central Bus Station, from Kirkgate/St. Peter's Street junction (City Centre)
View looking onto the Central Bus Station from the junction of Kirkgate, to the left, and St. Peter's Street, to the right.
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|||Eastgate Roundabout, looking east (City Centre)
Looking east down Eastgate towards Eastgate Roundabout which has Appleyards petrol filling station in its centre. Eastgate continues to the left after the junction with Lady Lane, while St. Peter's Street leads off to the right. Behind the roundabout is the Quarry Hill area, which was soon to be redeveloped as Quarry Hill Flats; all these buildings including Scarrs Ltd., hardware merchants, were to be demolished. New York Road is seen in the distance on the left with St. Mary's Church visible.
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|||Eastgate Roundabout, Quarry Hill Flats (City Centre)
View looking across Eastgate Roundabout, with Appleyard's petrol filling station in the centre, towards Quarry Hill Flats. This is Oastler House, with the entrance to the flats on the left. St. Peter's Street is seen on the right.
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|||Leeds Central Bus Station and Quarry Hill Flats from the railway embankment (City Centre)
View of Leeds Central Bus Station, centre, and Quarry Hill Flats, dominating the background. In the foreground the former graveyard, now disused, belonging to St. Peter's Church is laid out with paths and seating and daffodils are in bloom. The railway line bisected the old graveyard so this view is from the embankment. Also visible is the hexagonal petrol filling station at the junction of Eastgate with St. Peter's Street. Behind it is the Marquis of Granby Hotel and the Employment Exchange.
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|||Middleston's Passage (Quarry Hill)
Image shows Middleston's Passage, a very narrow passage accessed by an archway between buildings on St. Peter's Street, background. The four dwellings with doorsteps are back-to-back with homes fronting St. Peter's Square. There is a gateway, left of centre, to a yard behind properties fronting Lady Lane. The other end of this long narrow passage backs on to Lady Beck. The area was condemned under the Local Government Provisional Orders (Housing of Working Classes) (no. 2) Bill.
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