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Leeds Framed Print Collection

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Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds Corn Exchange A41_00232

Leeds Corn Exchange A41_00232
CORN EXCHANGE, Leeds. An interior detail of the domed roof of the Corn Exchange in Duncan Street showing the clock. The iron-framed dome rises to a height of 75 feet above the floor

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Roger Stevens Building, Leeds University DP136623

Roger Stevens Building, Leeds University DP136623
Roger Stevens Building, Leeds University, Leeds, West Yorkshire. General view of the exterior

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Elland Road, Leeds 20668_032

Elland Road, Leeds 20668_032
ELLAND ROAD STADIUM, Leeds. Aerial view. Home of Leeds United Football Club. Photographed in August 2007

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds University 20667_055

Leeds University 20667_055
University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. The Parkinson Building (opened in 1951) and Brotherton Library at the heart of the university complex

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Quarry House Leeds 20442_010

Quarry House Leeds 20442_010
Quarry House, Quary Hill, Leeds. A government building nicknamed " The Kremlin". It opened in 1993 for the National Health Service and Department of Work and Pensions

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Corn Exchange, Leeds CC73_03024

Corn Exchange, Leeds CC73_03024
Leeds Corn Exchange. Exterior view, from the west, of the Corn Exchange, 27 Crown Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire. c.1920s -1930s. Campbells Press Studio

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Roger Stevens Building, Leeds University DP158137

Roger Stevens Building, Leeds University DP158137
Roger Stevens Building, Chancellors Square, Leeds University, Leeds, Yorkshire. General view of the west elevation

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Quarry Hill Flats, Leeds EPW061489

Quarry Hill Flats, Leeds EPW061489
Quarry Hill Flats, Leeds, West Yorkshire. Aerial view of the housing estate, 2nd June 1939. Aerofilms Collection

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Roundhay Park 34061_048

Roundhay Park 34061_048
A palimpsest of sports pitches at Roundhay Park, Leeds, 2018

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Marks and Spencer in Leeds MBC01_03_027

Marks and Spencer in Leeds MBC01_03_027
Marks and Spencer, Briggate, Leeds, West Yorkshire. The front elevation of the Marks and Spencer store at 47-49 Briggate, showing the dark polished granite facade

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Manor Club, Otley a42_02643

Manor Club, Otley a42_02643
MANOR CLUB, Manor Square, Otley, Leeds. An exterior view of the Manor Club, formerly the old Grammar School, showing the south elevation

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: St Clements Church a42_00038

St Clements Church a42_00038
St Clements Church, CHAPELTOWN ROAD, SHEEPSCAR, Leeds. An interior view of the nave and apsidal chancel of St Clements Church, seen from the west end and demolished circa 1976

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Holy Trinity Church, Leeds a41_00105

Holy Trinity Church, Leeds a41_00105
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, BOAR LANE, LEEDS. An exterior view of the Holy Trinity Church, showing the south front with men sat on benches in the foreground, photographed in 1941

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Quarry Hill, Leeds DES01_01_0705

Quarry Hill, Leeds DES01_01_0705
St Marys Church, St Marys Street, Quarry Hill, Leeds. St Marys was an Anglican commissioners church of 1823-1825. It was demolished around 1980

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds City Railway Station 28348_036

Leeds City Railway Station 28348_036
Leeds City Railway Station.Leeds is a railway hub with origins in the mid-19th century railway boom. The station was redeveloped to its present form in 2002

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds Corn Exchange 28348_010

Leeds Corn Exchange 28348_010
Corn Exchange, Call Lane, Leeds. Built 1861-3 to designs by Cuthbert Brodrick with an elegant part-glazed dome. It is now used by independent retail and food traders

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Armley Mills Leeds 28009_064

Armley Mills Leeds 28009_064
Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley Mills, Canal Road, Armley, Leeds. Originally the site of a corn and fulling mill, in 1805 it was developed to be the largest woollen mill in the world

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds Corn Exchange 20443_003

Leeds Corn Exchange 20443_003
Corn Exchange, Call Lane, Leeds. Built 1861-3 to designs by Cuthbert Brodrick with an elegant part-glazed dome. It is now used by independent retail and food traders

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Kirkstall Road Viaduct 28348_050

Kirkstall Road Viaduct 28348_050
Kirkstall Road Viaduct, Burley, Leeds. Railway viaduct carrying the former Leeds and Thirsk line over the River Aire, Viaduct Road and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds Town Hall 20441_028

Leeds Town Hall 20441_028
Town Hall, Victoria Square, Leeds. Built 1853-58 in Millstone Grit to designs by Cuthbert Brodrick. It was opened by Queen Victoria. Amongst other things it is now a concert venue

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Roger Stevens Building DP158132

Roger Stevens Building DP158132
Roger Stevens Building, Chancellors Square, Leeds University, Leeds, Yorkshire. 1970, by Chamberlin, Powell and Bon. Detail view of west elevation

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Elland Road, Leeds 20668_028

Elland Road, Leeds 20668_028
ELLAND ROAD STADIUM, Leeds. Aerial view. Home of Leeds United Football Club. Photographed in August 2007

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Terraced houses EPW024326

Terraced houses EPW024326
Serried ranks of close-packed working class housing in Leeds, West Yorkshire, photographed in 1928. By the 1930s much of Leeds Victorian housing stock were regarded as slums

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Leeds DES01_01_0534

Leeds DES01_01_0534
Looking along St Marys Street towards St Marys Church, Quarry Hill, Leeds, West Yorkshire, with an elderly man standing in the demolished street

Background imageLeeds Framed Print Collection: Johnson - Celebration of Engineering Sciences DP168902

Johnson - Celebration of Engineering Sciences DP168902
Relief sculpture - A Celebration of Engineering Sciences on Department of Mechanical Engineering Building at University of Leeds by Allen Johnson, 1963. Listed Grade II


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