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Engine Shed Junction from Nineveh Road, showing the Reality Group Building (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Colour image7th March 2008. View of Engine Shed Junction taken from Nineveh Road showing the Reality Group building on the right. This brick building was being demolished at the time of the photograph. Part of the disused Holbeck Viaduct, dating from 1882, is visible in the background, left.
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Engine Shed Junction from Nineveh Road. (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Colour image7th March 2008. View of Engine Shed Junction taken from the railway bridge on Nineveh Road. In the background the disused Holbeck Viaduct is visible. It was built by railway engineer, T.E. Harrison and completed in 1882. Currently, there is a £4 million development scheme to bring the viaduct back into use, which may include a new 'Skywalk' from Holbeck Urban Village into the City Centre.
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Engine Shed Junction, looking north-west (Holbeck)
Colour image2011. View looking north-west showing the Engine Shed Junction situated between Nineveh Road to the left and Sweet Street West to the right.
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Engine Shed Junction, The Reality Group Building (Holbeck)
Colour image7th March 2008. View of Engine Shed Junction with the red brick Reality Group Building in the background, left. This was in the process of demolition at the time. The Mint building is still underground, right, in Sweet Street. It is to offer Grade A office accommodation over seven floors, and is part of the on going regeneration of Holbeck.
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