Leeds nostalgia: Back to 1980

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It’s back thirty six years to 1980 and the long hair and flares of the 70s were being cut back in favour of sharp suits and shoulder pads.

The public were out and about in the Bond St. precinct and a memorable Ford Capri was parked up in Briggate.

Hunslet Lane was beginning to show signs of congestion and Grandways supermarket shared Dewsbury Road with much older establishments.

Meanwhile on Call Lane adverts for the long gone Austin Princess and Woolworths formed a backdrop for these pedestrians.

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Skipton, 27th August 1980

Mr. Lambert Alderson, 62, of Alexandra Terrace, Skipton seen withhis colleagues Mr. Arnold Beck, left, and Mr. Marc Symes, right, won a �50 bonus from Craven District Council for the care he had taken collecting refuse.

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