High Street 1860 to present (11)

High Street 2013
Title High Street
Date 2013 to 2014
Location Yeadon
Photo ID JA026
Comment High Street looking in the direction of the White Swan Hotel. On the left edge is Riquelme’s artisan bakery (formerly Maughans), also on the left, between the gap in the building line, is one of the entrances to Tarnfield Park or Yeadon Dam. The White Swan Hotel is just out of view where the furthest car is on the left. The white car on the right is outside Walsh Vehicle Repairs which is located at Vermont House.
High Street 2013

D190 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

This view of the High Street looks across to the Town Hall Square on the left where the Friday market is being held.
The market used to occupy the whole of the square with many stalls but over the years the number of traders has dwindled.

High Street 2013

JA029 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

This view of the High Street is looking towards Albert Square.

Photographer John Arundel.

High Street 2013

JA033 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

Fulton’s Foods occupies the ground floor of what was once the Leeds Industrial Co-operative Society store.
The upper floors house the Dolce Vita Italian restaurant, this is at the corner with Marshall Street.
Not in view on the left of the scene is Morrisons supermarket.

High Street 2013

JA038 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

Morrisons store is out of view on the left, the Yorkshire Building Society opened here in 2013. Moving right, next is the Skipton Building Society, a vacant shop then the Liberal Club.
Further along the white building was Yeadon Picture House and is now the Aviator Hotel. Althams Travel Agents has a turquoise coloured hanging sign outside the agency on the right.
Next are Rayner and Webster opticians with the Imagehouse studio on the right edge.

High Street 2013

JA040 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

On the left edge is the Yorkshire Building Society, moving right, Skipton Building Society, a vacant shop and the Liberal Club. The single storey building with the orange signage is a cobblers, next, a Chinese take away, barbers shop and the Aviator public house, this used to be Yeadon Picture House.
On the right are Coral Bookmakers and the Leeds Building Society on the right edge.

High Street 2013

C404 – High Street, 2013.

High Street – 2013

Looking up the High Street from Town Hall Square.

High Street 2014

F260 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

Four views of the High Street taken from the top of a number 33A bus by Dennis Court. 1: is the section from just after Albert Square to just before the corner with Marshall Street.

High Street 2014

F261 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

2: St. Gemma’s charity shop is on the left, the vacant premises were Haigh’s bakers.

High Street 2014

F262 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

3 & 4: looking towards the bottom of the High Street.

High Street 2014

F263 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

As above.

High Street 2014

H088 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

Ruby Tuesday, a new business opening in premises previously occupied by Haigh’s bakers.

High Street 2014

F312 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

The Sue Ryder Wheatfield’s Hospice shop, the window has been decorated to mark the Grand Depart of the Tour De France in Yorkshire.

High Street 2014

G266 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

High Street seen from the junction with Ivegate, Silver Lane is on the left. The Penny Black restaurant was the former Post Office building (now the Ginger Dog May 2015).

High Street 2014

N125 – High Street, 2014.

High Street – 2014

Rear view of properties which front onto the High Street, this is behind Walsh’s garage.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 13 May 2021.
Last updated: 13 May 2021.

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