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[1]New Station Street, taxi rank and cycle compound (City Centre)
New Station Street, taxi rank and cycle compoundAugust 2004. View shows the New Station Street taxi waiting area and cycle compound, situated to the side of Leeds City Railway Station. The tall building to the right is the office block City House. A floral display depicting the word "Leeds" is seen on the round building in the centre, which is now (2018) occupied by the Shahab restaurant. Buildings on Bishopgate Street are in the background.
[2]River Aire, looking east from Leeds Bridge (City Centre)
River Aire, looking east from Leeds BridgeAugust 2004. View looking east along the River Aire from Leeds Bridge. On the left bank are, from left, Riverside Court apartments (in the shade), followed by buildings on The Calls including Sparrows Wharf apartments, The Calls Grill (formerly Calls Landing warehouse) and hotel and restaurant 42 The Calls (formerly Fletland Mills). On the right bank is part of the residential development of Victoria Quays, a mixture of converted and new buildings. Leeds Parish Church (now Leeds Minster) can be seen in the background.
[3]School Gate, St. Peter's C of E Primary School (City Centre)
School Gate, St. PeterAugust 2004. Image shows the gate to the former St. Peter's C of E Primary School, located behind Leeds Parish Church. This was all that was left of the school site at the time, with the new housing development of Chantrell Court visible behind.
[4]Path between Leeds Parish Church and The Palace public house (City Centre)
Path between Leeds Parish Church and The Palace public housec1995. View shows a pathway running between The Palace public house (right) and the grounds of Leeds Parish Church (left), which are enclosed by a stone wall with railings on the top. This pathway led to St. Peter's C of E Primary School and was used by pupils to enter the school. The railings have been there since at least the early 1950s.
[5]Eastgate Roundabout, from Quarry Hill (City Centre)
Eastgate Roundabout, from Quarry Hillc1995. View looking west showing Eastgate Roundabout and beyond, taken from Quarry Hill, from the vantage point of what was Oastler House. It is dated from not long after the Department of Health building (Quarry House) was erected; the petrol station at the centre of the roundabout was closed at the time. The "book end" buildings at the bottom of Eastgate can be seen in the centre; the left hand one has since been demolished to make way for the new Victoria Gate development, as has the police station on the left. West Riding House can be seen in the distance in between. On the right, running parallel to Eastgate, is Lady Lane, with Circle House seen by the junction with Bridge Street.
[6]Kirkgate Market, interior (City Centre)
Kirkgate Market, interiorc1995. Interior view of Kirkgate Market looking up to the architectural detail on the roof. In the centre is the green clock unveiled to commemorate the centenary of Marks and Spencer, marking the spot where Michael Marks first set up his Penny Bazaar in 1884. Stalls visible around it are Jack Fulton's Frozen Foods and Thurston's Bakery on the left and Anne Louise, selling greetings cards, on the right.
[7]Kirkgate Market, interior (City Centre)
Kirkgate Market, interiorc1995. Interior view showing a busy Kirkgate Market, with a flower stall on the left and Leeds Rugby League Lotteries and Souvenirs followed by Armitage's Fancy Goods on the right. T. Tobin, footwear, is in the background. Note the architectural detail featuring dragons on the brackets beneath the balcony.
[8]Kirkgate, Leeds Parish Church (City Centre)
Kirkgate, Leeds Parish Churchc1995. Looking west along Kirkgate towards the junction with High Court on the right, showing Leeds Parish Church in the centre. This grade 1 listed building, consecrated in 1841, became Leeds Minster, officially the Minster and Parish Church of Saint Peter-at-Leeds, in 2012.
[9]Roundhay Gala, Military Band (Roundhay)
Roundhay Gala, Military Band1973. Image shows a military band performing at the Roundhay Gala in 1973, held at Roundhay Park.
[10]Roundhay Park, event (Roundhay)
Roundhay Park, event1980s. Image shows a motorcyclist performing a stunt at an event held at Roundhay Park during the 1980s.
[11]Roundhay Park, event (Roundhay)
Roundhay Park, event1980s. View shows motorcyclists performing stunts at an event at Roundhay Park in the 1980s.
[12]Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition1977. View looking over rooftops of Quarry Hill Flats at the time of their demolition.
[13]Quarry Hill Flats, rooftops (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, rooftops1977. View shows rooftops and chimneys of Quarry Hill Flats, looking across to St. Mary's Church, Mabgate in the background, taken during the time the flats were in the process of demolition.
[14]Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition1977. Close up of part of Quarry Hill Flats at the time that much of the site was in the process of demolition. It would appear that at least one of the flats here is still occupied, with clothes seen hanging in the balcony.
[15]St. Mary's Lane, looking towards Quarry Hill Flats (Mabgate)
St. Mary1977. View looking across to Quarry Hill Flats from the St. Mary's Lane area. The flats were in the process of demolition at the time. At the bottom of the image are buildings of Agnes Stewart C of E High School. St. Mary's Lane is on the left with St. Patrick's Parochial Hall on one side and St. Mary's Sunday School with The Convent behind on the other. On the far right is the edge of St. Mary's Church with St. Charles R. C. School behind. New York Road runs in front of Quarry Hill Flats.
[16]Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition1977. View of Quarry Hill Flats in the process of demolition. In the centre is Jackson House, much of which has already been demolished, with only the middle section remaining. On the far right the edge of Wright House can be seen.
[17]Quarry Hill Flats, Wright House, during demolition (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, Wright House, during demolition1977. View shows Wright House, one of the blocks of Quarry Hill Flats, taken at the time that the flats were in the process of demolition.
[18]Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition (Quarry Hill)
Quarry Hill Flats, during demolition1977. View looking through a broken window in one block of Quarry Hill Flats (possibly Moynihan House) towards another block (York House). The flats were in the process of demolition at the time.
[19]Lord Mayor's Parade, Samuel Smith's Brewery float (City Centre)
Lord Mayor1974. View shows part of the first annual Lord Mayor's Parade, with a horse-drawn float promoting Samuel Smith's Brewery in the foreground. The parade is travelling along The Headrow, passing the Municipal Buildings and Art Gallery on the left, with Permanent House on the right at the junction with Cookridge Street. It had started out from Woodhouse Moor and would finish up at the Civic Hall to be greeted by the Lord Mayor.
[20]Lord Mayor's Parade, military band (City Centre)
Lord Mayor1974. Image shows a military band marching east along The Headrow, having just turned the corner from Oxford Place. They are taking part in the Lord Mayor's Parade of 1974, the first of what was to become an annual event until the late 1980s. On the far left is the junction with Park Square East. In the centre is the Town Hall Tavern, a Tetley public house, followed by Park Lane House.