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Search Aspect (Queen''s Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cobourg Street no. 26, Rear View, Queen's Place nos. 25 & 27 (City Centre)
Black & White image19th June 1951 Image shows the entrance to a yard at the rear of number 26 Cobourg Street the property with the bay window just visible on the left. The edge of the white building on the right of number 26 is number 28. The two brick built buildings at the rear of number 28 facing into the yard are numbers 25 and 27 Queen's Place, visible in the foreground.
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Queen Street, No. 113-127 (Morley)
Colour imageOctober 1990. Queen Street, Morley, taken from the Fountain bus stop looking towards the junction with Peel Street. This was before pedestrianisation was started and vehicles are parked on one side of the road with double yellow lines on the other. The shops and businesses shown include Morehouses, Sutcliffes, Eat Well, Elsa Marie, Video House, Motor World, F. W. Rhodes and Yorkshire Electricity. The junction with Queen's Place can be seen between Sutcliffes and Eat Well. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Queen Street, Queen's Place (Morley) (2 comments)
Colour imageFebruary 1966. This small area off Queen Street was originally named Lobley's Yard and was slightly larger, before the Borough Stores was built for W. P. Marshall in the 1890s (now Sutcliffes TV). Whether this was an entirely new store or a replacement for an older one on the same site is not known, but after it was built the yard to the side was renamed Queen's Place and several houses were built on it. The photograph shows a gloomy aspect but since it was taken the yard has undergone a transformation, partly connected with the pedestrianisation of Queen Street. The backs of the shops on Queen Street, off to the right, have been smartened up, the whole yard has been paved and high class restaurant has been opened in the block where the old gas lamp is here. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Queen's Place (City Centre)
Black & White image25th November 1937. To be included in Camp Road improvements. On left, sign for H. Andrews and son, general smiths, forge at 2a Brunswick Terrace, which was on the right of this block of buildings. Number 51 is the engineers reference number, not property number. Three shops in view, centre business Silver Star shoe repairs, which is 95 Queen's Place, John Austin.
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Queen's Place (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, This view shows a portion of Queen's Place between numbers 53 - 59. These houses were demolished between 1952 and the early 1960s when the area was redeveloped for the building of the Merrion Centre.
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