Leeds's 10-year challenge - how your city has changed in a decade

It may not seem that long since 2009, but our Leeds has changed a great deal over the last 10 years.

Tuesday, 5th February 2019, 5:47 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 4:48 pm
PICS: YPN/Google Street View

Using a combination of Google Street View and photos from the YEP archive, we capture six other views around the city that have noticeably changed in the past decade:

The First Direct Arena has become very much a part of the city's fabric after opening in September 2013.
The city centre's Wellington Street has seen significant change thanks to a raft of developments.

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Millions of shoppers have enjoyed what Trinity Leeds has to offer since it opened in March 2013.
The Rose Bowl is Leeds Beckett University's flagship development and a landmark for the city.
The Leeds International Pool was notable for its brutalist architecture and closed in October 2007. It stood unused until late 2009, when demolition commenced.
Opened by the Prince of Wales in 1970, the building once housed more than 1,300 staff. It was put up for sale in August 2012.