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Search Aspect (Wade Lane )
Location - Leeds & District

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Camp Road, Cobourg Street (City Centre)
Black & White image29th November 1950. View shows the gable end of Cobourg Street by the junction with Camp Road/Wade Lane. A drain grate is in the background.
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Central Garage (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd February 1949. Interior of Central Garage on Woodhouse Lane showing a large hole in the floor. The herringbone block floor has been removed and rock etc below revealed. In the hole is a measuring pole.
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Central Garage Ltd (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd February 1949. View of Wade Lane showing Central Garage Ltd., an Austin cars dealer. It is a stone built building with large windows revealing cars for sale inside. Three cars are parked outside. Woodhouse Lane runs aong the left hand side of the garage. This is now the site of the St. John's Centre.
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Central Garage Ltd (City Centre)
Black & White image23rd February 1949. View of premises of Central Garage Ltd. from Wade Lane. Woodhouse Lane can be seen through large windows on both sides of the building. Inside the building are new cars for sale. On the pavement is rubble from road repairs marked with a road stopped sign.
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City centre, aerial view, around The Headrow (City Centre) (5 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Aerial view of the city centre looking north, taken around the late 1950s or early 1960s. The Headrow is seen running from left to right, with Albion Street, Woodhouse Lane and Wade Lane leading up from it. The white building in the centre is Headrow House, with Lewis's department store to the right. A car park can be seen at the top of the picture on the site which is now the Merrion Centre. On the top left are Thoresby High School (girls) and Leeds Central High School (boys) on Great George Street, with a playground in between, which amalgamated in 1972 to become City of Leeds School. St. John's Church is on the right.
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