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Location - Leeds & District

Albert Ward, Grocer, Commercial Street (Rothwell)
Black & White image1926. View shows Albert Ward, and daughter Ethel, aged about 16, on the steps of his grocers and general merchants shop, at the junction of Commercial Street and Marsh Street. Advertisements can be seen for tea, mustard, polish, and tobacco and various items of hardware are hung outside. The building was demolished after the Second World War as part of the widening of the entrance to Marsh Street.
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Albion Street nos. 30 - 30a (City Centre)
Black & White image9th February 1930. Looking towards junction with Commercial Street. On right number 30 Charles Fox piano manufacturers. Number 30a Miles Mountford fancy leather goods dealer. Both shops have hanging signs. Traffic lights and a letter box can be seen at the road junction.
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Albion Street, Commercial Street junction (Morley)
Colour imageAugust 1967. View of Albion Street, Morley, from the junction with Commercial Street. The Co-operative shops on Queen Street are still in existence but those on Albion Street, especially those that date from 1869, are all in the process of changing hands and the Co-op Hall already has a bingo notice outside. Note that Albion Street is still continuous as far as Corporation Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Albion Street, looking towards the Headrow (City Centre)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Albion Street looking in the direction of the Headrow, now pedestrianised in block paving and setts in red and black. On the right is the former Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society building which was built in 1852 and now houses a branch of Starbucks Coffee Co. Ltd. It stands at the corner with Commercial Street at number 48 Albion Place. On the left is Next at numbers 34-39 Bond Street at the junction with Albion Street. Green tarpaulin covers development in progress of West Riding House, numbers 57-69 Albion Street.
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Albion Street, Moorlands House (City Centre)
Colour image29th May 2000. View shows Moorlands House at no. 48 Albion Street by the junction with Commercial Street. Here occupied by the Britannia Building Society, this is a Grade II listed building dating back to 1852-55 which was originally the premises of the Leeds and West Yorkshire Assurance Company. It was designed in a Venetian palazzo style by W. B. Gingell of Bristol and features the sculpture of Robert Mawer.
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