These images, plucked from the YEP archive, showcase life in the suburb from the 1960s right through to the 1990s. Do you remember these shops and landmarks featured in our gallery? READ MORE: 14 unseen photos of Headingley from the 1980s
1. March 1993
Nobody knows who built this miniature castle-shaped lavatory in Headingley - but it is one of only two outside toilets in Leeds deemed to be of outstanding architectural merit.
2. December 1989
Do you remember these shops from back in the day?
3. January 1988
This slice of Headingley heritage closed its doors for good. Barrett's fruit shop on Otley Road had been supplying fresh veg, cooked meats, game and fish since 1967.
4. September 1984
This shopkeeper was battling to save a piece of history. Edward Shedlrake was fighting plans to demolish a block of shops on Otlery Road and build a new parade with shops and offices.