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[1]Woodhouse Lane, looking north-west (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, looking north-west1988. View looking north-west along Woodhouse Lane from the junction with Portland Way, left. The churches of Trinity and Emmanuel are seen in the distance along with the Parkinson building of Leeds University.
[2]Woodhouse Lane, junction with New Woodhouse Lane (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, junction with New Woodhouse Lane1988 View shows the junction of Woodhouse Lane (left) with New Woodhouse Lane (right). The Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park is seen on the right, while in the distance on the left are the spires of Trinity and Emmanuel churches and the Parkinson tower of Leeds University.
[3]Woodhouse Lane, junction with New Woodhouse Lane (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, junction with New Woodhouse Lane1988. Looking north-west along Woodhouse Lane, left, with New Woodhouse Lane leading off in the centre. The multi-storey car park is seen to the right.
[4]Woodhouse Lane, from junction with Cookridge Street (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, from junction with Cookridge Street1988. View looking north-west along Woodhouse Lane from the junction with Cookridge Street, seen on the left. Queen Square is on the right. In the centre is the Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park, beside the junction with New Woodhouse Lane.
[5]Woodhouse Lane, Queen Square and car park (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, Queen Square and car park1988. View of Woodhouse Lane showing Queen Square on the right and the multi-storey car park on the left.
[6]Woodhouse Lane, Morrisons and Merrion House (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, Morrisons and Merrion House1988. View of Woodhouse Lane showing Morrisons supermarket with the office block Merrion House towering above. These were both completed in 1972 as an addition to the Merrion Centre, the initial part of which had opened in 1964. Further along is the junction with Clay Pit Lane then on the left the Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park can be seen.
[7]Woodhouse Lane, junction with Clay Pit Lane (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, junction with Clay Pit Lane1988. View shows Woodhouse Lane at the junction with Clay Pit Lane. The Cobourg public house is on the corner, to the right. Moving left from this are buildings on Queen Square. On the far left is the Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park while on the far right is part of the Brunswick site of Leeds Polytechnic.
[8]Woodhouse Lane, Merrion Centre (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, Merrion Centre1988. View of Woodhouse Lane showing the Merrion Centre. Newarke Wools is on the right followed by a shop to let that was previously occupied by Centresport. Lloyds Bank is at the end of the row before the entrance to the shopping centre, with Morrisons supermarket following on from this. Towering above it in the background, left, is the office block Merrion House.
[9]Broad Lane looking north-east, showing Broad Lane Board School (Bramley) (7 comments)
Broad Lane looking north-east, showing Broad Lane Board Schoolc1900s. Postcard view looking north-east along Broad Lane showing Broad Lane Board School (later Broad Lane County Primary School then Broad Lane Middle School) on the right. This school opened on 1st October 1900 with space for 650 pupils. It would appear from the dress of the two children with a pram in front of the school that the photo dates from around the early 1900s, so it may have been taken to commemorate the opening of the school. In 1992 the school closed its doors and the building has since been renovated into flats as part of the Farrar Court development. On the left of the picture is the gable end of a small terrace of three houses numbered 388-392 Broad Lane. Just past this is the junction with Whitecote Hill. On the right, past the school is a house numbered 369 followed by the junction with Upper Town Street.
[10]The Green, procession (Guiseley)
The Green, processionc1963. View shows a church procession making its way through the streets of Guiseley, possibly an Easter parade. The choir at the front of the procession are travelling along The Green with the wall of the churchyard of Guiseley Parish Church (St. Oswald's) on the right. Further up is Town Gate with the Cross Inn at the top. Another Tetley public house, The New Inn, is to the right.
[11]Merrion Street, from Albion Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Merrion Street, from Albion Street1988 View of Merrion Street from the junction with Albion Street, showing the Merrion Centre shopping centre which opened in 1964. Along the outside of the centre are, from left, Barclays Bank, Specsavers, Northern Video, Girl-Talk ladies' wear, Skand'a Grill and Stylo shoes. The office block Wade House is seen above the Merrion Centre, left, while on the far right is another office block, Fairfax House, at junction with Wade Lane.
[12]Merrion Street, from Albion (City Centre)
Merrion Street, from Albion1988 View of Merrion Street from the junction with Albion Street. The Merrion Centre is on the left, with shops on the outside including Northern Video, Girl-Talk ladies' wear and Stylo shoes. Further along Merrion Street, after the junction with Wade Lane, is Fairfax House office block, while just visible on the right is the edge of St.John's Centre.
[13]Woodhouse Lane, looking north (City Centre)
Woodhouse Lane, looking north1988 Looking north along Woodhouse Lane from the junction with Great George Street(left)and Merrion Street. The Merrion Centre shopping centre is on the right with businesses including Barclays Bank around the outside and Confettis nightclub on the upper floor. Morrisons supermarket is further along. The tower blocks are Town Centre House and Merrion House with the Woodhouse Lane multi-storey car park in the background. On the left is the City of Leeds School, formerly Leeds Central Higher Grade School; this building is now used for Council Offices.
[14]St. John's Centre and Merrion Centre, from Albion Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
St. John1988 View from Albion Street showing two shopping centres, the St. John's Centre, opened in 1985, on the right and the Merrion Centre, dating from 1964, on the left. On the outside of St. John's Centre are the National and Provincial Building Society, just visible on the right, and Macdonalds, after the entrance. Merrion Street runs between the two shopping centres, while Albion Street becomes Woodhouse Lane after the junction.
[15]Albion Street, St. John's Centre (City Centre)
Albion Street, St. John1988 View of Albion Street showing St. John's Shopping Centre, opened in 1985. The Leamington Spa Building Society and National Provincial Building Society are among businesses occupying premises around the outside. On the left, past the junction with Merrion Street, is the Merrion Centre on Woodhouse Lane
[16]Cookridge Street, looking north-east (City Centre) (1 comment)
Cookridge Street, looking north-east1988 View of the top end of Cookridge Street looking north-east towards the junction with Woodhouse Lane and Clay Pit Lane. Part of Kitson College of Technology is seen on the right. In the background is a row of houses which ends with the Cobourg public house in the centre of the photo. Towering over them is the office block Hepworth Point, built in 1973 as the headquarters of Hepworth clothing company and designed by John Poulson: it has recently been converted into a Premier Inn which opened in 2012.
[17]Barrowby Lane, looking east (Austhorpe)
Barrowby Lane, looking east2002. View of Barrowby Lane looking east. This unmade track was a continuation of Barrowby Lane which ran all the way from Austhorpe to Garforth. To the right the footpath led off to Barrowby Carr Cottage, which has since been demolished and replaced by offices.
[18]Barrowby Lane, looking east (Austhorpe)
Barrowby Lane, looking east2002. View looking east up Barrowby Lane towards the entrance to Brown Moor Farm on the left-hand side. On the right is part of a row of detached houses and bungalows set in large gardens. Barrowby Lane no longer continues further up the road here but has been diverted around the Thorpe Park Business Park which has been built on the site of the farm and its surroundings.
[19]Barrowby Lane, looking west (Austhorpe)
Barrowby Lane, looking west2002. Looking west down Barrowby Lane from the entrance to Brown Moor Farm. Barrowby Lane has since been diverted to go around the new Thorpe Park Business Park which has been built on the site of the farm and its surroundings.
[20]Brown Moor Farm, from Barrowby Lane (Austhorpe)
Brown Moor Farm, from Barrowby Lane2002. View from Barrowby Lane looking across a cornfield towards Brown Moor Farm, formerly Brown Moor Cottages. The farm has since been demolished and this area is all now part of Thorpe Park Business Park, a large office development by Scarborough Development Group who also plan to build a new public park, Green Park, alongside.