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Location - Leeds & District

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Briggate, postcard (City Centre)
Colour imagec1906. Colour-tinted postcard with a postmark of 1906 showing Briggate looking south. On the left is the entrance to County Arcade with Queen Victoria Street further along, all now part of the Victoria Quarter. On the right are Hope Brothers Ltd., hosiers, Dale and Walker's mantle warehouse with a large sign above, then J. Henderson's mantle warehouse at no. 71.
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Briggate, Victoria Quarter (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. View of the entrance to the Victoria Quarter on Briggate. This shopping centre development was started in 1989 and included the covering of Queen Victoria Street, seen through the entrance here, with a stained glass roof. The Victoria Quarter also includes the Cross and County Arcades on the left and Harvey Nichols department store to the right of Queen Victoria Street.
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Calverley Parkside Primary School, Calverley (Calverley)
Colour image2000/2001 Image shows Calverley Parkside Primary School, located in Victoria Street. It was originally built as Calverley Board School in 1900 and was celebrating its centenary around the time this photograph was taken. The construction of the school cost £4000 pounds and it was designed to accommodate 264 children. Nowadays, Calverley Parkside Primary School has provision for children aged between 3 and 11 years of age with the inclusion of a 26 place nursery.
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Calverley Parkside Primary School, Victoria Street (Calverley) (5 comments)
Black & White imageC 1920 Pupils of Calverley Parkside Primary School pose for a class photograph. Back row from left to right: Louise Grimshaw, Eileen Grimshaw, Vera Gaythorpe, Maggie Holdsworth, Phyllis Dove, Mary Thornton, Edith Morton, Dorothy Dufton. Second row from back, left to right: _ _ _ _ , Nellie Dale, Topsy Whitehead, Laurence Bourne, Aubrey Ibbotson, Jack Halliday, Gilbert Jennings, William Walker, Ralf Bray. Third row from back, left to right: Mary Gray, Freda Bradley, Alma Pearson, Wilfred Kellet, Joe Newbould, _ _ _ _ , Tommy Woodhouse, Ernest Brearley. Front row, left to right: Fred Hardy, _ _ _ _ , Ernest Greaves, Laurence Marshall, Smith Thomas, Laurence Clarke-Johnstone. Victoria Street was constructed after the school was built in 1900.
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Chapel Allerton, aerial view (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White image1930. Aerial view of Chapel Allerton showing Harrogate Road running from centre left to bottom right. Stainbeck Lane runs up to join this at Stainbeck Corner, with the Methodist Church to the left of the junction and the Police Station and Library to the right. Town Street leads off in between. Further back are terraced houses on the Hawthorns then Norfolk Gardens and Allerton Park above to the right. On the left, Allerton House is towards the bottom set in large tree-covered grounds. More terraced housing is above, on Victoria Street and Woodland View, then a recreation ground including tennis courts with Pasture Lane to the right and Northbrook Street on the far left.
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