These photos have been plucked from the Yorkshire Evening Post archive and predominantly showcase life in the village 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: Beeston | Horsforth | Harehills | Headingley | Rodley | Meanwood | Morley | MiddletonLOVE LEEDS, LOVE RETRO?Join 'Leeds Retro' on facebook
Bramley Baths reopened after a 15m refurbishment. The Victorian cubicles and steam baths were retained and a host of modern facilities added,
A one man campaign was launched to force Leeds City Council to reopen the historic Newlay Lane bridge at Bramley.
The new Bramley Middle School on Hough Lane.
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The Rodley Lane and Whitecote Hill crossing on Leeds and Bradford Road.
Gates on Coal Hill lane that lead to nowhere.
The village pump on Town Street in Bramley.
Derelict St Peters School on Hough Lane.
Council chiefs planned to turn Bramley Town Street in a conservation area which had won the backing of Bramley History Society, the Victorian Society and Leeds Civic Trust.
Broad Lane Mills.
Looking across the Aire Valley towards Bramley.
Volunteers were needed to staff CATS kitchen - part of the St Catherine's Mill 'palace for the unemployed' in Bramley.
An old stone shelter at Bramley Falls Wood Park. The damage was dismissed as a minor eyesore which locals say could not detract from the peace and beauty of the park.
The first of two photos of the 1m West Leeds Industrial Park on Stanningley Road.
The West Leeds Industrial Park on Stanningley Road boasted 12 units.
Bramley's shopping centre post office.
Bramley's Gamble Hill Community Centre relies on support for its 200 members. Pictured are trustees David Johnson, Gladys Johnson, Ada Taylor, Jessie Walker, Sally Spence, Rowan Milnes and Florrie Gath.
Shoppers flooded McLaren Field as the RL club launched the second leg of its survival plan. The first open market was held in the village since the 1665 Great Plague to help the club fight for financial survival.
Plans to fill an old quarry in Bramley Fall Woods with builders' rubbish was making the headlines.
Bramley's Kingdom Hall.
Catherine's Mill at Bramley.
No caption on this photo in the YEP archive. Do you know where this bridge is located?
Old cottages off Westmoor Street.
Old cottages on Broad Lane.
Bramley shopping centre.
Bramley shopping centre.
Bramley shopping centre..
Sunnyside Road in Bramley. Do you know anyone who lives on the road in 2019?
This picture looking up Hough Lane shows the distance that children have to walk to assembly. Where you one of them?