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Search Aspect (Woodpecker )
Location - Leeds & District

Shannon Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image28th August 1942. View looking west to Shannon Street from York Road. Coss and Morris, Wholesale Clothiers, on Shannon Street. Right, Quarry Hill Flats can be seen, centre to right of picture. The building in front of the flats on the right, is the Woodpecker public house (back view). Tram lines and overhead power cables can be seen to foreground.
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Shannon Street, looking south-west from York Road (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image28th August 1942. View looking south-west from York Road. Coss and Morris, Wholesale Clothiers can be seen on Shannon Street, centre, and also the tower of Leeds Parish Church of St. Peter, then Quarry Hill Flats. Immediately in front of the flats on the right, can be seen the back of the Woodpecker public house. Tram power cables are visible in the foreground.
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St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Woodpecker Junction (Burmantofts)
Black & White imageMay/June 1964. Image show St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church standing at Woodpecker Junction. The coaches are in New York Road, the properties to the right are in Burmantofts Street, Marsh Lane goes off from the bottom left-hand corner and York Road is the junction at the right edge. The properties, right, number 5, 7 and 9 Burmantofts Street. The Woodpecker public house, after which the junction is named, is off camera, bottom edge.
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Waterloo Place, Woodpecker Inn (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec1938. View from Waterloo Place of the Woodpecker Inn which faces out onto York Road on the left. This Woodpecker Inn was shortly to be demolished, its last landlord being James Hegarty; a new Woodpecker Inn would be built across the road at the junction of York Road and Marsh Lane, but this has now also been demolished.
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Woodpecker Inn, bomb damage (York Road)
Black & White image1940. View shows the new Woodpecker Inn, at the junction of York Road and Marsh Lane, undergoing rebuilding work after being damaged during the air raid on Leeds on the night of 31st August 1940, when a small number of bombs fell on the area. The inn opened in 1939, replacing the old Woodpecker Inn on the opposite side of the road junction, and was itself demolished in 1990 during construction of the Quarry Hill road junction.
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