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Armley Branch Library & Old Police Station at the Junction of Town Street & Wesley Road (Armley) (7 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, An early view of the new City of Leeds Public Free Library, Armley Branch, on the left. Designed by Percy Robinson it replaced a temporary branch opened in the U.N.F.C. Schoolroom, Carcrofts in 1874. The new library was estimated to have shelving for 21, 740 volumes. Far right at no 3 Town Street is the old police station and the building on the left of it is Temperance Hall.
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Ashley Road, postcard (Harehills) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1905. Postcard with a postmark of December 1905 showing the police station on the corner of Ashley Road (left) and Stanley Road (right). This is now (2011) the Dock Green public house. Two policemen in uniform are among several people standing outside.
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Barnbow No. 1 (Leeds) National Filling Factory, Police Checkpoint (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows police checks taking place at Barnbow No. 1 (Leeds) National Filling Factory. Security was obviously a priority and the site was enclosed by barbed wire with only two entrances, controlled by the Police Department. One entrance was for general purposes and the other solely for vehicles. The Police Department comprised a superintendent and three inspectors and a female superintendent who was in charge of the police women employed by the factory. Everyone entering the site had to have an official permit and in this image a vehicle is being held up while its two occupants are satisfying police that they are on authorised business.
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Barrack Street, Meanwood Road (Sheepscar) (15 comments)
Black & White image12th November 1968. Looking north-east down Barrack Street from the junction with Meanwood Road, where a policeman in a crash helmet is directing traffic. On the left is a building site with a dumper truck on it. A house has been demolished at the end of Barrack Street, on the right.
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Bedford Field, site of Police Radio Station close to Woodhouse Cliff (Woodhouse)
Black & White image1st July 1943. View from the south of the Police and Fire Service radio station close to Woodhouse Cliff. The building is small, square and low, and made of brick. Behind is a 30 foot radio mast, anchored to the ground with wires. The large piece of land on which the radio station is built is marked on an O.S. map, dated August 1949, as 'playing fields'. The playing fields, also known as Bedford Field, are 200-300 metres from Woodhouse Cliff on the south side and border Woodhouse Ridge to the north. This area is now the site of the City of Leeds School whose address is 'Bedford Field, Woodhouse Cliff'.
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