More views taken high in the skies above Leeds during the Festival of Britain 1951 are revealed in these historic photographs.
On day one we showed a selection of the stunning aerial views unearthed in unseen photographs which had been stored for six decades.
They were saved from destruction thanks to a local historian Phill Davison and posted to the Secret Leeds website.
The photos were taken by the RAF, and capture Leeds during the summer of 1951 with a level of detail such that Spitfires can be seen parked on Woodhouse Moor as part of celebrations.
The RAF photographed every inch of the UK, to establish the country’s capabilities as Britain began to take stock after the war.