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1 City Square (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of number 1 City Square with seabird sculpture visible. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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1 City Square (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of seabird sculptures outside number 1 City Square. The building was opened in 1996 for Norwich Union and was designed by Abbey Hanson Rowe.
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Adel Church, The Porch (Adel)
Black & White image7th June 1901. the photograph shows the porch at Adel Church also known as St. John the Baptist Church. It is believed that the Church was built between 1160 and 1170. There are six sculpted panels. At the top is the Agnus Dei, the symbol of John the Baptist, directly below is the sculpture of the Lord. The final four symbolise the four evangelists. The doorway was originally covered by a large porch which was removed around 1816 this has led to serious deteriation in the condition of the sculptures.
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Angels Wing Bronze Sculpture (Hunslet)
Colour image18th November 1999. View of Bronze angel sculpture on glass stairway of Angels Wing Office complex on Whitehouse Street off Hunslet Road.
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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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