Making a stand in Leeds

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When Quarry Hill flats were built in 1938, they were hailed as a new way of living but just 40 years later, they were considered out of date and were torn down.

This picture shows the flats partially demolished, with workers stood below the old archway entrance.

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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.

Yorkshire nostalgia: Skipton bin man gets reward for being quie