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Bank Street from Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour imageMarch 2015. At the time this image was taken the new shopping centre, Trinity Leeds , had been open for two years and here we see the completed access/egress for Trinity West, which was formerly the south end of Bank Street. The modern curved Boar Lane frontage of Trinity Leeds, off camera right, is sympathetic to the curved corner of the Victorian building at the west side of the junction with Bank Street, left, which dates from the 1880s. This is number 63 Boar Lane, which houses a branch of Sainsbury’s Local. It was at one time The Peel public house.
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Black Prince Statue etc, multi-view postcard (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1910. Multi-view postcard with a postmark of 17th March 1910 showing five images of the city centre. In the middle is the Black Prince Statue while around the outside are (clockwise from top left) City Square, Briggate, Boar Lane and Commercial Street.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour image17th September 1999.View down Boar Lane, parade of shops on left and right side of the road. Traffic waits on the right at the traffic lights; cars and a bus going to Whinmoor. Visible on the right is C&A clothing store, the Holy Trinity Church and McDonalds, fast food restaurant.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.Looking down Boar Lane towards the Corn Exchange. To the left is The Square on The Lane, bar and C&A, department store. On the right is Greggs, bakers and the BT Cellnet shop, telephone shop. Also visible are two telephone kiosks and a bus.
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Boar Lane (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999.View along Boar Lane showing the Square on the Lane public house. C&A, the clothing store, is the more modern building next door to the right. In the background the spire of Holy Trinity Church rises above the buildings.
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