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Aerial View, The Headrow, Quarry Hill (City Centre)
Black & White image1938 View looks in an easterly direction along The Headrow towards Quarry Hill flats where the main entrance block of Oastler House is under construction. To the right of the flats is New York Road with Eastgate roundabout directly in front. Eastgate runs down the centre of the view before becoming The Headrow after the junction with Vicar Lane. The Headrow then continues towards the bottom right corner passing the newly completed Lewis's department store and the Leeds Permanent Building Society with the Municipal Buildings and the Town Hall below. The Civic Hall and Leeds General Infirmary are in the bottom left hand corner of the photograph. Part of the River Aire is just visible in the top right corner.
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Albion Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1900. View of Albion Street in 1900 showing horse-drawn carts and a man mounted on horseback. A boy is visible with a handcart, and in the foreground a man walks along sportng a straw boater. The building on the right is on the east side of Albion Street, at the corner with Albion Place. On the ground floor it is occupied by Beck & Inchbold Ltd, Printers, Lithographers and Engravers. The business is numbered as 56 Albion Street and on the first floor at number 58 there is the Leeds & Pudsey Liberal Unionist Association, the Yorkshire Liberal Unionist Federation and James Henry Milner, solicitor. The view looks in the direction of the Headrow.
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Albion Street (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1967. View up Albion Street looking towards The Headrow. Schofield's Food Hall and Henry Walkers booksellers are on the right. Cars are parked on both sides of the street and there are people on the pavement. Parking meters are also visible.
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Albion Street and The Headrow (City Centre)
Colour image21st September 1999. View looking from Albion Street towards corner with The Headrow. The Light shopping and leisure complex is in the process of construction.
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Albion Street and the new Headrow, showing the Leeds and Holbeck Building Society's Headquarters (City Centre)
Black & White image1930. Photograph showing the junction of Albion Street to the left and the newly created Headrow to the right. Prior to road widening this section of The Headrow had been known as Guildford Street. New plans for the road alterations were put forward in 1924, which meant that the former premises, on the opposite corner at number 96 Albion Street, had to be demolished. The Leeds and Holbeck Building Society acquired this site for £42,500 and it was previously occupied by very old 'one decker' shops. The new headquarters opened on 12th March 1930.
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