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Collection by Jon Green • Last updated 12 weeks ago

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The last day of Tramcar operations in Leeds November A dismal day brightened by the shop front of the legendary " Scarrs" ironmongery store. Yorkshire England, West Yorkshire, England Uk, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Main Street, Street View, Leeds Castle, Leeds City

Leeds. Kirkgate. 1959.

The last day of Tramcar operations in Leeds 7th November 1959. A dismal day brightened by the shop front of the legendary " Scarrs" ironmongery store. Photo. K.Plant.

Lloyds Bank, Park Row, Leeds, West Yorkshire : The counter in the banking… Old Pictures, Old Photos, Leeds Castle, Leeds City, Banks Vault, Banks Building, West Yorkshire, Architecture Details, England

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“More dead omnibuses than you can shake a stick at. A bus scrapyard in Barnsley London Bus, Old London, Abandoned Cars, Abandoned Vehicles, Rt Bus, Junkyard Cars, Strange Cars, Blue Bus, Leeds City

Barnsley's bus scrapyards, 1994

Taken from the railway embankment, a general view of the scrapyards in Carlton, Barnsley with PVS's yard in the foreground. 14th April 1994.

Although taken over fifty years ago its amazing to see that hardly anything has changed within this urban landscape. Leeds England, Yorkshire England, West Yorkshire, Beeston Leeds, Leeds City, Old Images, Old Pictures, Old Photos, My Town

Leeds: York Road Tram. 1959.

Although taken over fifty years ago its amazing to see that hardly anything has changed within this urban landscape. Photo. Henry Preistley.

LCT Leyland 289 turning from Woodhouse Lane onto The Headrow Leeds Pubs, Leeds City, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Bus Station, West Yorkshire, My Town, Town Hall, Days Out

LCT Leyland 289 turning from Woodhouse Lane onto The Headrow

c1973. This was always a busy corner. According to www.annualleedsfleetlists.org.uk/web1970s.pdf this is a LEYLAND TITAN PD3/5 new in 1959

The old tram/bus depot on St Chads Rd. Now an apartment complex. 185 is shown leaving the turnaround, and is directly over the "Hadura Switch" which is still to be seen in the road. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Leeds City, West Yorkshire, My Town, Town Hall, British Isles, Days Out, Buses

Headingley Tram Depot

The old tram/bus depot on St Chads Rd. Now an apartment complex. 185 is shown leaving the turnaround, and is directly over the "Hadura Switch" which is still to be seen in the road.

AEC double deck bus in Leeds, England, early Old Pictures, Old Photos, 1970s Looks, Leeds England, Old Lorries, Leeds City, Double Decker Bus, West Yorkshire, My Town

AEC double deck bus in Leeds, England, early 1970s

A circa 1960 Regent V.

Demolition men 'Noel and his lads', in the ruins of the Quarry Hill Flats, summer The photos were taken by lorry driver Peter Mitchell, who wanted to chart the changing face of the city Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Demolition Man, Leeds City, Haunting Photos, England Fashion, West Yorkshire, South London

From Leeds to London: portraits of English cities in the 1970s – in pictures

Peter Mitchell worked as a truck driver in Leeds in the 1970s, photographing the city during his rounds. These fascinating portraits of factories and small shop owners in Yorkshire and London are found on his website Strangely Familiar

Leeds bus routes in the and especally those around Cross Green/East End Park - SecretLeeds - History, culture and architecture in Leeds Leeds City, Haunting Photos, Bus Route, My Town, Transportation, Culture, Let It Be, 1970s, Park

Leeds bus routes in the 1970s and 80s, especally those around Cross Green/East End Park - SecretLeeds - History, culture and architecture in Leeds

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West Yorkshire PTE, Leyland Atlantean, CUB 334C .

One of those pictures that I can't really remember taking, but I must have as it appears on a negative strip with others which I can! I'm also not too sure whether the bodywork on this PDR1 Atlantean was an MCW product, or a visually similar copy by local builder Charles H Roe. Maybe someone more local can advise on a specific location, rather than my note saying central Leeds.