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Location - Leeds & District

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Allders Department Store, interior view, second floor restaurant (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. Interior view of Allders Department Store on The Headrow at the time of its closure, showing the entrance to the restaurant on the second floor.
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Allders Department Store, interior view, second floor restaurant (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. View of The Restaurant on the second floor of Allders Department Store on The Headrow, taken at the time of the store's closing in 2005. The counter is still in place but the floor space has been cleared of all tables and chairs etc.
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Barwick Road, Seacroft Grill and Wimpy Bar (Seacroft) (3 comments)
Black & White image30th December 1965. View of Barwick Road showing the Seacroft Grill fish restaurant on the left and Wimpy Bar in the centre. Crown Motors, petrol station and garage, is just visible on the right.
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Barwick Road/York Road junction, Wimpy Bar and Crown Motors (Seacroft) (1 comment)
Black & White image30th December 1965. View of Barwick Road at the junction with York Road, off camera,left,(as marked on an OS map for 1974)showing the Wimpy restaurant on the left. In later years it was a branch of Halfords. More recently Netto occupied the unit where Wimpy is visible and was addressed as York Road. It then changed to Farmfoods. The site of Crown motors has seen several changes also, including a Triumph Car & Motorcycle dealership and a period of closure lasting several years. It was then a car accessories shop with part of the building being occupied by a Carphone Warehouse which closed down after only two years. Currently, (2013) the building is disused and boarded up. The 'Barwick Road roundabout' is just out of shot, past the garage to the right of centre.
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Boar Lane (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image24th April 1951. Looking west along Boar Lane towards the city centre we see a busy and thriving shopping area. Both sides of Boar Lane are filled with people and business premises. The Griffin hotel and Jacomellis restuarant opposite are clearly seen. The road is busy with vehicles including tramcars, buses, cars and lorries. A British Road Services truck is at the front.
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