1: Looking down the High Street before Morrison's store was built on the left.
H & E Wright have a shop on the left, to the right is the Leeds Co-operative
shop at the corner with Marshall Street.
2: The upper High Street, in the centre is the Albert Mill which was
demolished in 1971.
On the left edge is Back Alma Street, then Alma Street, next
Rockfield Terrace, the view today has changed as properties on Alma Street have
been demolished leaving a shorter street with a green space next to the High
On the right is the Albert Inn with the sign for Tetley's ales
3: Looking up the High Street, at the end of the left side of the road is the
old Lecture Hall set back a little then Albert Mill.
The Albert Inn on Albert
Square is in the middle of the view.
4: The large white building on the left was Yeadon Picture House (cinema) and
is now the Aviator public house (March 2016), on the right Stott's hardware shop and
Crockatt's dry cleaners can be seen.
5: Section of the High Street, on the left is F E Moore at one time this was a
pharmacy and until recently (June 2015) was a florists shop and is now vacant (July 2015)
To the right is Clark photographer now Blue Estate Agents, the premises
immediately following are now occupied by the Yorkshire Bank.
6: The end of the High Street looking down the Steep (Town Street), on the
left is the Great Outdoors shop on Ivegate, to the right is Westminster Bank on
7: Looking across the High Street to premises of F E Moore, on the left edge
is Rigg's butchers.