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Search Aspect (Leeds City Transport )
Location - Leeds & District

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Concordia Street, double decker bus parked outside Leeds City Transport Offices (City Centre)
Black & White image1930. View of a Crossley 64 double decker bus parked outside the Leeds City Transport Offices in Concordia Street. The building was designed in 1914 by George Bowman and the main entrance, left, was at the junction of Swinegate, left, and Concordia Street. The offices transferred from the previous location of City Square on 31st December 1915. The building was renovated and converted to the Malmaison Hotel in 1999.
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Donisthorpe Street Bus Depot (Hunslet)
Black & White image1931. Image shows the interior of Donisthorpe Street Bus Depot in 1931. Several LCT buses are parked up in the depot.
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Donisthorpe Street Bus Depot, interior view (Hunslet)
Black & White image1931. Image shows Leeds City Transport buses undergoing repair at Donisthorpe Street Bus Depot in 1931. The inspection pits are lined with white tiling. On the left there are heavy work benches with vices fitted along the wall and strong overhead lighting.
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Double Decker Bus, number 190 (Unknown)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a Leeds City Transport double decker bus, number 190. It has a destination of 'Vicar Lane' and displays advertising for 'Tetleys'.
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Double decker bus, number 76, Torre Road Depot (Burmantofts)
Black & White image1938. View of a double decker bus, number 76, photographed at Leeds City Transport Tram Depot and Bus Garage in Torre Road. The destination signs read 'Eastgate' and 'Blackman Lane'. The Torre Road Depot opened on the 8th April 1937. Lord Stamp of the London Midland and Scottish Railway Company performed the opening ceremony.
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