High Street 1860 to present (07)

High Street 1984
Title High Street
Date 1984 to 1990
Location Yeadon
Photo ID FB327
Comment Preston’s shoe shop is at the left edge, Nipharm Chemist is in the centre, Ackroyd and Dent & Co surveyors are above the Halifax Building Society on the right.
High Street 1984

FB328 – High Street, 1984.

High Street – 1984

The Yorkshire Bank which closed in 2016, there are now no banks left in the town, this is due to the rise of internet banking.
The Halifax Building Society branch on the left is now relocated in premises out of view further to the right.
Photographer Dennis Court.

High Street 1985

X323 – High Street, 1985.

High Street – 1985

Looking across from Town Hall Square, on the left is the Yorkshire Bank, next to the Fruit Basket is the Bradford & Bingley Building Society then on the right the Nationwide Building Society.
The canopy in the right foreground is outside Yeadon library.
Photographer Dennis Court.

High Street 1986

FB481 – High Street, 1986.

High Street – 1986

A snowy view of the High Street, looking from the junction with Harper Lane.
The Clothiers Arms is on the left, this is now a Wetherspoons Inn. (September 2013)

High Street 1986

FB482 – High Street, 1986.

High Street – 1986

Upper High Street, on the left a notice directs visitors to Yeadon Tarn (Dam) and car park.

High Street 1986

FBA142 – High Street, 1986.

High Street – 1986

On the left is Yeadon Picture House, to the right the shops include the Bran Tub, Bev Wood Florist, F Stott Hardware and Cavney’s butchers, now Wilkinson’s butchers (October 2013).

High Street 1986

FBA143 – High Street, 1986.

High Street – 1986

Looking up the High Street to Albert Square, the Albert Inn is to the right.
Shops in view include Greenwoods out-fitters, Hainsworth’s, a branch of the Leeds Co-operative Society at the corner with Marshall Street, then Westfield “Top” fish and chip shop.

High Street 1987

J13 – High Street, 1987.

High Street – 1987

Bottom of the High Street from Town Hall Square. Crockatt’s cleaners is on the left, next the Temperance Hall can be seen at the bottom of the Steep (Town Street).
A branch of the National Westminster Bank is at the junction with Silver Lane, moving right the sign for the Post Office is visible, next Lynch Travel, M H Rigg butchers, Preston’s shoe shop, chemist, Whitegate’s and Halifax Building Society and Yorkshire Bank.

High Street 1987

J14 – High Street, 1987.

High Street – 1987

On the left edge is Brian Fleming estate agent, then a Chinese take-away and the cinema. At the opposite side of the road a car is parked near the Bran Tub health food store, moving right are Bev Wood florist, Veg Patch, Leeds Permanent Building Society, Stott’s Hardware, Cavney butchers, Chocolate Box and the Job Centre.

High Street 1987

J12 – High Street, 1987.

High Street – 1987

Looking across the High Street from the junction with Silver Lane, Ivegate is on the right. On the left edge is the Post Office.
At the corner with Town Hall Square is Crockatt’s dry cleaners, moving right are David’s Timber, J P & D Smith newsagents, Needle and Thread sewing and craft shop on the corner with Ivegate.

High Street 1987

J16 – High Street, 1987.

High Street – 1987

At the left edge is the Post Office, next Lynch Travel, Rigg’s butchers, Preston’s shoe shop, chemist and Whitegates estate agency.
On the right side, at the junction with Ivegate is the Needle and Thread sewing and craft shop.

High Street 1987

D360 – High Street, 1987.

High Street -1987

The two ladies on the left are about to cross the junction with Harper Lane, the view looks down the High Street.

High Street 1987

J15 – High Street, 1987.

High Street – 1987

In clear view are the Job Centre, Leeds Building Society, Craven Jewellers and L.A.L. Travel.

High Street 1990s

P236 – High Street, 1990s.

High Street -1990s

View of the High Street, on the left is “Rice” restaurant then Help the Aged charity shop.

High Street 1990s

P260 – High Street, 1990s.

High Street – 1990s

On the left is the Clothiers Arms before it became one of the Wetherspoon chain of pubs.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 12 May 2021.
Last updated: 12 May 2021.

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