1 - 4: 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
2: St Gemma's charity shop is on the left, the vacant
premises were Haigh's bakers
3 & 4: look
towards the bottom of the High Street.
5: Ruby Tuesday, a new business opening in
premises previously occupied by Haigh's bakers.
Sue Ryder Wheatfields Hospice shop, the window has been decorated to mark the
Grand Depart of the Tour De France in Yorkshire.
Street seen from the junction with Ivegate, Silver Lane is on the left.
Penny Black restaurant was the former Post Office building (now the Ginger Dog May 2015).
8: Rear view of properties which front onto the High Street, this is behind
9: Rear view of the High Street behind Walsh's garage, looking in the
direction of Alexandra Terrace and Sun Street.
10: Looking from the corner of Town Hall Square to the High Street. Moving
right, the shops in view are Santander on the left edge, William H Brown estate
agent, Co-operative Pharmacy, mobile phone shop, sweet shop, empty premises
which were Bev Woods flower shop, Heebie-Jeebies café, Lloyds Pharmacy, Greggs
11: Looking in the direction of Albert Square, Club Row is the turning on the
right. The sign is for "Tribe" hairdressers.
12: June 28th: St Gemma's charity shop which supports St Gemma's Hospice which is located
in Moortown, Leeds.
13: Rayner & Webster opticians, the lease on the property was due for
renewal and the company decided not to renew.
The business was taken by Vision
14: Vision Express opticians, formerly Rayner & Webster.
15: The upper High Street, on the left is the junction with Dam Lane, the large
rocks on the right are set around the front boundary of the White Swan
16: The upper High Street, on the left is the corner with East Street.
Photographer John Arundel