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Search Aspect ( bomb )
Location - Leeds & District

Air Raid Shelter (City Centre)
Black & White image27th August 1946. View shows the demoliltion of air raid shelters in City Square. Onlookers observe the situation. Standard Buildings with Barclays Bank local head office, Standard Life Assurance and British General Insurance are visible in the background.
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Belle Vue Road (Burley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This photograph taken from Rosebank View shows the gap where numbers 91, 93 and 95 Belle Vue road stood before being demolished by a direct hit from a German bomb during the night of 14-15 March 1941. To the right of the gap is a derelict house.
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Bomb Damage at Museum (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White image15th March 1941 View from interior of museum entrance after bomb hit Leeds City Museum. Broken shelves, boxes and pipes can be seen as well as damaged exhibits. Two men look at the damage from the pavement and traffic passes by on the road.
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Bradford Road, Memorial to the crew of the crashed Halifax Bomber, LK 841. (Tingley) (5 comments)
Colour imageC 1980s. Images shows the Memorial to the crew of the Halifax Bomber, LK 844, which crashed during a night training exercise over Tingley on 14th November 1944. It had taken off from the RAF Station at Snaith but lost control after getting into difficulties. it hit the ground spreading wreckage in it's wake. Some houses in the vicinity were damaged, two in particular in Thorpe Lane View were virtually demolished. Luckily there were no serious injuries on the ground. All seven members of the crew were killed and this stone memorial provided by Walter Townend, who was 13 years old at the time of the accident, was unveiled on 12th November 1989. The dedication was made by the Reverend Terry King, Vicar of Woodkirk before a crowd of over 250 people. The unveiling was performed by two airmen who had flown the Halifax Bomber on 21 operations, George Booth from Stoke on Trent and Ricky Pearce from Market Weighton. In 1990, 7 Cherry trees were planted, one for each of the young crew members, and daffodils. In 1997 local nurserymen donated 1,000 Crocus bulbs which the children and Headmaster of Blackgates School helped plant. After the service in 1989 and exhibition was help at Woodkirk Valley Sports and Social Club.The stone memorial stands by the Bradford Road (A650) close to Tingley Roundabout and New White Bear Public House. Photograph from David Atkinson Archive.
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Cliff Side Gardens (Woodhouse) (2 comments)
Black & White image22nd September 1941 Cul-de-sac off Cliff Road. Air-raid damage, one house completely flattened. Behind, Woodhouse Ridge can be seen.
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