|||Air Raid Shelter (City Centre)
|2nd April 1941.
View of Table air raid shelter with Canterwell Inn on right on corner of Canterwell Lane and Carnaby Street.
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|||Armley Moor looking in the direction of Christ Church (Armley)
View of the bottom of Armley Moor. The path goes towards Christ Church and the houses on Hollywell Lane.
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|||Calverley Street (City Centre)
|8th August 1935.
Looking at Cankerwell Lane, on left HQ. of The West Riding Brigade Royal Field Artillery
(Fenton Street Barracks).
Premises in the centre were business of C.R. Horner, wholesale and druggist, address was number 4 Cankerwell Lane.
Opposite on Cankerwell Lane was the Cankerwell Inn public house.
At top of steps, corner of house on Leeming Square. Electric street light on pavement.
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|||Calverley Street extension (City Centre)
|2nd May 1914.
Area of construction for road extension looking towards Cankerwell Lane. To left, HQ. of the West Riding Brigade of the Royal Field Artillary ( Fenton Street Barracks ). Tall building
with wall and fence around it is number 4 Cankerwell Lane also forms part of South Carnaby Street, premises of C.R. Horner & Co. wholesalers, druggists and drysalters. Opposite is the Cankerwell Inn with painted wall sign for John Smiths Magnet Ales.
House on right is part of Leeming Square.
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|||Cankerwell Lane (City Centre)
|8th August 1935
Number 4 Cankerwell Lane, former premises of Charles Horner and Co, drug company. Brick built, part two storey, part three storey, both with architects elevation marks.
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