Four photos of The Mess at Gibraltar Barracks pre-demolition, Claypit Lane prior to demolition, Osmond Hartley & Sons Paper Bag Mills on Claypit Lane, Don's Furniture, Export Antiques & Victoriana shop with a Tetley dray passing, and Corn Exchange Lady Chapel of Leeds Parish Church – young Choristers are in the Sanctuary, with Sir Ninian Comper's Altar and Reredos behind – the carving of the nativity and other scenes from the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Leeds & Holbeck Building Society at No 96 Albion Street on the corner with Guildford Street/The Headrow (north side).Building demolished in the early 1930s & Headrow House was built here in 1955.It has a honeycomb-like matrix internally, which helps to give the bone rigidity.Bone tissue is made up of different types of bone cells.They are lightweight yet strong and hard, and serve multiple functions.
Bone tissue (osseous tissue) is a hard tissue, a type of dense connective tissue.
In the foreground, a man is giving directions to a head-sc Looking north up East Parade from junction with Infirmary Street, new building under construction at corner of St Paul's Street, United Kingdom Life Office building on opposite corner, ugly new office block behind.
Looking eastwards along the Headrow from Cookridge Street junction, with Leeds Permanent House prominent on left, Lewis's Department store sign visible in distance, Bramhope bus waiting at the traffic lights Lewis's Department store on Headrow looking west from just below junction with Briggate; large number of cars on the Headrow and high up on Lewis's building, a display board showing progress towards £250,000 appeal for the Infirmary.
West side of Carlton Hill at its junction with Woodhouse Lane.
The corner house is 130 Woodhouse Lane and a sign shows it to be the premises of “Stubbs Dentist”, who is listed in an 1890 Directory at this address.
The mineralised matrix of bone tissue has an organic component of mainly collagen called ossein and an inorganic component of bone mineral made up of various salts.