|||Aerial View, looking North (City Centre) (1 comment)
In the centre of the top edge of this view, the Leeds General Infirmary (1869) is visible with a semi-circular road to the front. The Town Hall (1858) can be seen in the top right corner. In the centre of the right edge are Park Square (1788 - 1810) and St Paul's House (1878). In front of this runs St Paul's Street becoming West Street. The road which is second from the right on the bottom edge is Queen Street, West Street begins at this junction.
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|||Caroline Street nos. 33 & 35, West Street No. 20 (rear) (City Centre)
View shows a small yard to the rear of properties on Caroline Street. On the left edge is a large brick built outbuilding. The back entrance of number 20 West Street is at the end of the yard with numbers 35 & 33 Caroline Street following to the right. A group of girls play in the yard, a hopscotch grid has been chalked on the floor. A lady stands in the doorway of number 33.
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|||City Centre, aerial view, around Westgate (City Centre)
Aerial view loooking south-east of the area around Westgate, West Street and Park Lane. The River Aire can be seen at the top right. Taken before new road developments which were completed in 1974.
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|||Croppergate (City Centre)
|10th February 1931
Lying between West Street and Skinner Street, view looking south west from West Street. Left side of Croppergate, partly cleared. Right side, row of terrace dwellings, first three two storey, next pair of three storey houses, then premises of Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society, with frontage on West Street. Two windows of groceries, part of butchers department window. These were numbers 87 and 89.
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|||Design for East and West Street (City Centre)
Reproduced from an artists impression in the Yorkshire Post, this view is supposedly from Park Lane looking North East. The design of these buildings are remarkably similar to those used for Headrow buildings.
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