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Search Aspect (Yorkshire Post )
Location - Leeds & District

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Albion Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1882. Albion Street, west side showing junction with Bond Street. Gated entrances to Yorkshire Post Offices on the right.
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Albion Street, from Albion Place (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1927. View shows no.55-63 Albion Street, seen from the junction with Albion Place. On the left edge is part of the Yorkshire Post Newspapers building at no.55, while on the far right no.63 is occupied by F.W. Bentley & Co., stockbrokers, Leeds & District Property Owners & Ratepayers Association and W.H. Coverdale, solicitor. The main focus of the picture however is the building in the centre comprising nos.57-61, the property of Ford & Warren, solicitors, also occupied by the Leeds Stock Exchange. This three storey Georgian building had previously been a branch of the Bank of England, then the Bank of Leeds before they went into liquidation in 1878. It then briefly passed to the National Provinicial Bank before being bought by Ford & Warren's then partners J.R. Ford and Wm. Warren. The firm which would become Ford & Warren had previously occupied various premises on Albion Street under different names. Sometime after this photo the ground floor was formed into separate shops leaving Ford & Warren and the Stock Exchange on the upper floors, sharing an entrance from Albion Street via no.61. Following a compulsary purchase order in 1968 the area was redeveloped including the building of West Riding House on this site. Ford & Warren however are still in business, now (2013) operating from Park Square.
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Armley Camera Club in front of the Yorkshire Post building in Albion Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Armley Camera Club pictured outside the entrance of the Yorkshire Post building in Albion Street. Bond Street is off to the left with Albion Street at the right edge. The Yorkshire Post opened here in 1931 and moved to new premises on the former site of Bean Ing Mill in Wellington Street in 1970.
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Wellington Bridge Flyover, under construction (City Centre)
Black & White image197Os. View shows the construction of the Wellington Bridge Flyover, part of Stage 3 of the Inner Ring Road. The flyover was opened to traffic on 6th November 1974, while this section of the Ring Road was completed in February 1975. In the background is the Yorkshire Post building which dates from 1970.
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Wellington Bridge, View from, looking east (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image1974. View from Wellington Bridge looking east towards the City Centre during the construction of Stage 3 of the Inner Ring Road. The clock tower of the 1970 Yorkshire Post building is on the right with the dome of the Town Hall seen in the distance to the left of it. In the background, left is Marlborough Towers.
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