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Search Aspect (Thornton''s Arcade )
Location - Leeds & District

Briggate, Horse-drawn vehicles (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Possibly 1880s, large variety of horse drawn vehicles can be seen. On the left, Lockharts Cocoa Rooms were number 77, moving right, the entrance to Thornton's Arcade can be seen. The road junction is with the Headrow.
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Briggate, Thornton's Arcade (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. View showing the upper floors of Thornton's Arcade on Briggate, demonstrating the architecture of George Smith of Leeds. Named after it's builder, Charles Thornton, the arcade was opened on 12th May 1877 and a William Potts clock was added in 1878. To the left of the entrance is Dune shoe shop while on the right is Starbucks coffee house.
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Briggate, Thornton's Arcade (City Centre)
Colour imageMay 2005. View from Briggate looking along Thornton's Arcade which runs up to Lands Lane. built by Charles Thornton to designs by George Smith of Leeds, it was opened on 12th may 1877. The arcade is crowded with shoppers. Partly visible on the left Dune shoe shop and on the right Starbuck's coffee house.
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Lands Lane (City Centre)
Colour image28th October 1999 View of Lands Lane with Knickerbox, lingerie on the right and Ann Summers lingerie on the left, in the middle the entrance to Thornton's Arcade is visible.
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Lands Lane, general view (City Centre) (9 comments)
Black & White image7th July 1956. View looking north along east side of Lands Lane. People and traffic. Ross furs, Thornton's arcade, Mabane boot and shoe dealers, Mallories wine and spirit merchants and Benefit footwear visible. Headrow visible at end of street.
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