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Albion Street, construction site of Dudley House, from Merrion Street (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1970-72. View looking from Merrion Street onto the junction with Woodhouse Lane and Albion Street showing the construction site of Dudley House, to be a 16-storey office block, completed in 1972. It would be redeveloped in 2001 as mixed use development K2 including residential apartments. In the background are (from left) the United Institute for the Blind and Deaf and Dumb, a warehouse, the Town Hall Tower, St. Anne's Cathedral and on the far right, Thoresby High School for Girls on Great George Street.
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Art Gallery, construction of Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.September 1981. View of the City Art Gallery on The Headrow during the construction of the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery extension. Named after the famous Castleford-born sculptor and former Leeds College of Art student who laid the foundation stone on 10th April 1980, the Gallery was opened in 1982. Despite the work in progress and scaffolding around the building, people are still relaxing on the seats in Victoria Gardens in front. The Municipal Buildings can be seen on the left.
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Art Gallery, construction of Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.September 1981. View showing work in progress on the construction of the extension to the Art Gallery on The Headrow. This would become the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery, named after the Castleford-born sculptor and opened in 1982.
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Art Gallery, construction of Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.September 1981. View looking from the side of the War Memorial towards the City Art Gallery during the construction of the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery extension. Scaffolding and building materials can be seen. The Town Hall tower is visible in the background.
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Art Gallery, construction of Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery (City Centre)
Black & White imagec.September 1981. View of the City Art Gallery on The Headrow during the construction of the Henry Moore Sculpture Gallery Extension. The view looks from the war memorial in the foreground, across Victoria Gardens to the Municipal Buildings and Town Hall in the background.
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