Unexploded bomb found in Leeds garden

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Homes have been evacuated after the discovery of a suspected unexploded Second World War bomb in a garden in Leeds.

Bomb disposal experts have been called to Hawkhill Avenue in Guiseley after a Leeds City Council worker found the device while clearing the garden.

A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said a cordon has been put in place and several homes have been evacuated.

Leeds, Sweet street, 28th March 1979'LIGHTING'Mr. Eddie Mullan, a lift engineer at the City of Leeds Public Works Department, Sweet Street, gives a last polish to one of the four old gas lamps that are to be sent to Germany.

Leeds nostalgia: Bits of old Leeds sent to Germany... in 1979