33 never seen before photos of Pudsey through the years

Is this the Pudsey you remember?

Wednesday, 9th October 2019, 6:00 am

These photos have been plucked from the Yorkshire Evening Post archive and showcase life in the market town, predominantly during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. They feature local landmarks, street scenes, as well as pubs, restaurants and shops that you may remember. And they are also the focus of some news stories from back in the day. MORE UNSEEN PHOTOS: Rodley |Armley | Horsforth LOVE LEEDS, LOVE RETRO? Join 'Leeds Retro' on facebook

Is this the Pudsey you remember?
Booth's Yard Antiques at Lowtown. Harry Fowler and his granddaughter, Tracey at work on a bergere cane chair.

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Booth's Yard, Lowtown.
The chaotic scene in Fartown as traffic builds up and vehicles park waiting to pick up pupils from Fulneck School at the end of the school day.
The Farsley Charity land at Dawson's Corner.
The Shamrock Inn on Delph Hill. Were you a regular when the licensee was Gordon Southwart?
Market Place, Pudsey.
Demolition work begins on the town's Roker estate.
Lidgett Hill. The NatWest was the scene of an armed raid.
The Christmas lights were up ahead of the festivities. Remember Granada?
Were you a regular at the Victoria pub back in the day?
The former fire station in Market Place which became the headquarters of Pudsey Council of Voluntary Service.
The old Pudsey Police station. a bit battered but a snip at 7,000 in the late 1970s.
Pudsey Post Office.
Pudsey's Lowtown.
Fulneck Moravian settlement.
Fulneck Girls' School pupils Christine Rutley, (left) and Diane Gregson at the memorial gate to Miss Dorothy Connor in the school gardens.
The fireclay pit in Fulneck valley.
The World's End at Booth's Yard in Pudsey.
This vandalised bus shelter at the Roker l;ane and Kent Road junction was making the news.
Councillor Fred Ambler stands beside the town's war memorial on Church Lane which at the time he claimed was in 'urgent need' of a clean up.
It reads St Paul's Church on our caption. Is that correct?
The Old Hall Farm at Woodhall Hills, Pudsey, which was tipped to become a golf clubhouse.
The King's Arms on Greenside.
Pupils relax on the broad terrace before the handsome Georgian frontage of Fulneck School.
Pudsey Vicarage.
A bold new sign on Stanningley Road.
John Walker's shop in Pudsey which was opened in 1898.
Victorian ladies strolling in Cockersdale Wood.
This photo shows the lake in Pudsey Park in Victorian times, just a few years after the park was opened on September 28, 1889, at a cost of four thousand and seven hundreds pounds.
Remember Camille's restaurant on Lowtown?
Remember these shops on the Market Place?
Remember the Pudsey Park Roller? Fundraising for its restoration work started in April 2007.