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Go inside the two city shopping arcades that made way for Trinity Leeds

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They are the city centre shopping arcades that will be fondly remembered by a generation of Leeds shoppers.

Trinity Street Arcade and Burton Arcade welcomed customers for more than 30 years before being demolished in the 2000s to make way for the £350 million Trinity Leeds development. They were home to notable high street brands as well as a range of independent shops. These photos are sure to evoke happy memories for shoppers. READ MORE: Go inside the Corn Exchange during the 1990s and 2000s | 25 random facts you (probably) didn’t know about Leeds LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook

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