|||Albion Street, St. John's Centre (City Centre)
View of Albion Street showing St. John's Shopping Centre, opened in 1985. The Leamington Spa Building Society and National Provincial Building Society are among businesses occupying premises around the outside. On the left, past the junction with Merrion Street, is the Merrion Centre on Woodhouse Lane
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|||Allders, Dortmund Square (City Centre)
|25th October 1999.
View of entrance to Allders department store taken from the Headrow. Dortmund Square can be seen on the left with entrance to the St John's Shopping centre also visible.
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|||Arndale Centre, interior view (Cross Gates) (4 comments)
Interior view of the Arndale Shopping Centre on Station Road. Shops visible include Leyland Paint and Wallpaper Ltd., the Hot Bread Kitchen and Bancrofts Cards. Seating is arranged in the middle of the aisle. The Arndale Centre was built in the 1960s.
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|||Bramley shopping centre, Morrisons (Bramley)
View of Morrisons in Bramley shopping centre on Lower Town Street, looking towards Leeds. The town is in darkness but sunrise can just be seen on the horizon.
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|||Cock and Bottle Inn, number 18 Upperhead Row (City Centre) (1 comment)
Painting depicting the 18th century Cock and Bottle Inn at number 18 Upperhead Row (now The Headrow). The picture is also to be found in Mr. Brown's album of photographs of old Leeds. In 1938 Snowden Schofield purchased the Cock and Bottle when he was acquiring the site for his expanding store which eventually became the well known Schofield's department store. The pub was not demolished, however, until 1961. The Schofield's store was redeveloped as the Schofield's Shopping Centre in 1987 and then the Headrow Shopping Centre was built on the site in 1990. Further refurbishment has taken place since and the centre is now known as The Core. (2013). It occupies the former site of the Cock and Bottle, opposite to Dortmund Square. Painting photographed by Wormald of Leeds. At the right edge, part of the premises of boot warehouse, Thurman & Co. is visible, located at number 1 Guildford Street. Two men in military uniform are seen standing at the junction with Guildford Street.
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