|||Corn Exchange, Wright Flyer Replica (City Centre)
|13th November 1997.
Interior view of the Corn Exchange showing a replica of the Wright Flyer (the first powered aircraft to fly with a pilot on board) which hung there between 1991 and 1999. Built in 1963 by RAF Finningley Vintage Aircraft Group, the replica was afterwards transferred to the Yorkshire Air Museum.
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|||Leeds Bradford Airport, airfield (Yeadon)
View showing the airfield of Leeds Bradford Airport with three aeroplanes, including an Air Europa, to be seen. A bus and other vehicles are also visible. Taken sometime in the summer of 1996.
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|||Leeds Bradford Airport, civic visit to Ulster (Yeadon)
|21st November 1966.
A 20 strong party of civic dignitories from Leeds about to board an aeroplane at Leeds/Bradford Airport, bound for Belfast on a days visit at the invitation of the Northern Ireland government. This is in connection with the Ulster week to be held in Leeds in April 1967 to help promote trade between the two cities.
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|||Leeds Bradford Airport, construction work (Yeadon)
|15th April 1966.
View of Leeds Bradford Airport showing work in progress to prepare the site for the buiding of a new passenger terminal and control tower. This followed on from the opening of a new runway which had been completed in April 1965. A hangar can be seen on the right with aeroplanes outside.
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|||Leeds Bradford Airport, from cafe (Yeadon)
View from the cafe area of Leeds Bradford Airport looking out onto the airfield and runways. A Ryanair plane and two buses can be seen.
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