Bunkers, shelters and other buildings
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deaniepops wrote: keyholekate wrote: Seacroft Centre hi is it possible to buy this booklet anywhere. id love to own this looks great" The Seacroft Town Centre- a unique development by Leeds City Council" Have had a quick look on the tinterweb and i cant see any examples for sale.Cant see anything on Leeds City Libraries catalogue,neither on the British Library online catalogueon a different note i came across this for any serious Quarry Hill aficianadoshttp://books.google.co.uk/books?id=LbXcAAAAQBAJ&pg=PA209&dq=quarry+hill&hl=en&sa=X&ei=SE-sUpiGPIGI7AbC6YCoDw&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=quarry%20hill&f=false(not sure if that will be too big a link)
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deaniepops wrote: hi is it possible to buy this booklet anywhere. id love to own this looks great" The Seacroft Town Centre- a unique development by Leeds City Council" I don't know if it's this specific booklet, but the Reference Library had a copy of a publication that included the full plans for the centre. I can only assume that they'll still have it.
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Jogon wrote: some images on the youtube 'rise & fall of 60's Leeds' i look forward to seeing your photos of patels and the batmobil.e i was there i do remember a little as i was probably about 11 years old but did not own a camara, i do miss the center and its charm.patels was easly the best shop there for me as i loved there toys and airfix models, dam they had loads, but could only afford the little ones. great days indeed.
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Archer wrote: I remember in my late teens/early 20s it was always leeds town centre saturdays but friday was always local.But what locals! Cricketers, Pathfinder,Staging Post, Whinmoor,The Mill Bar and then our very own nightclub SEDANS! Yes I know this club was destined to fail but had some great times in there anyway. Being able to walk home after a club ( hopefully with a girl! ) was a real novelty.Great memories! ( except for the odd fight! ) My late Brother Peter Daly was a variety agent and he booked Bob Monkhouse to open the nightclub in the centre.
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These are some of the drawings I did at Seacroft Town Centre 50 years ago.
- ramp at Seacroft Town Centre.JPG (490.41 KiB) Viewed 2141 times
- footbridge to Seacroft Town Centre.JPG (482.73 KiB) Viewed 2141 times
- At Seacroft bowling alley.JPG (506.49 KiB) Viewed 2141 times