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Ackroyd Street, Territorial Army parade (Morley) (3 comments)
Colour imagec1960s. Looking down Ackroyd Street, Morley, in the 1960s. This is the last parade of Morley Territorials outside the Drill Hall. The City Streets have been demolished while no new building has taken their place. This would suggest 1960 itself as the likely date. The territorials are in black berets to show their connection with the tank regiment. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Aerial view, looking north-west from West Riding House (City Centre)
Colour image2000s. Aerial view looking north-west taken from the car park at the top of West Riding House on Albion Street. In the foreground are rooftops of buildings on Park Row. Leading off from Park Row are (from left) Russell Street, Greek Street, Bedford Street and South Parade with The Headrow including the Town Hall on the right.
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Ark Royal Parade, Ark Royal Guard (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 In this view, two rows of sailors from the Ark Royal Guard are visible. Each sailor has a rifle mounted with a bayonet. The Guard's uniform is distinguished from the rest of the crew by having a white belt and white gaiters around the ankles. Other crew members can be seen in the background to the left. A Lieutenant stands in front of the Guard towards the right. View looks in the direction of Calverley Street towards the entrance of the Brotherton Wing of Leeds General Infirmary.
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Ark Royal Parade, Ark Royal Guard, March Past (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 View shows members of the Ark Royal Guard as they perform a March Past. The March Past was taken by The Lord Mayor and Captain Nance OBE. The Ark Royal Guard wear white belts and gaiters and carry rifle mounted bayonets.
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Ark Royal Parade, Ark Royal Week (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1942 Ark Royal Week, 30th January - 7th February 1942. Mass crowds line The Headrow, watching a march past of sailors and WRENS. This was part of a fund raising campaign to buy a replacement Ark Royal. The first Ark Royal existed in the late 16th century, it was a wooden battleship part of Sir Francis Drake's fleet. The second Ark Royal was a seaplane carrier of 7,400 tons, in service during the 1914-18 World War. The aircraft carrier sunk in 1941 was the third vessel to bear the name.
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