In pictures: Historic Beeston - the Leeds suburb overlooking the city centre

We have delved into the YEP archive and turned back the clock to bring you these photos of Beeston down the years.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 7:57 am
Updated Wednesday, 14th November 2018, 7:59 am
Pics: YPN
Pics: YPN

We hope they evoke some happy memories:

Do you remember Yvonne's?
Trentham Street sub post office.
A telephone box on Algeria Grove, Beeston Hill.
Beeston Y.M.C.A. on Temple Crescent.
14th Century Manor House with crown post roof, a sub-manor of Leeds, in an ancient street known as Cad, off Temple Crescent, Beeston.
The Junction of Lodge Lane and Beeston Road.
Remember Watsons?
Hillside buildings.
Mini sub-station in Beeston Cemetery - the first to be built in Leeds.