7 August 2014
Leeds residents can now get a bird's eye view of how their city has changed over the years.
Photography company Bluesky's www.oldaerialphotos.com website carries more t
Bluesky's managing director, Rachel Tidmarsh, said: "We have images from virtually every decade in the last 100 years making this a truly unique resource for anyone with a personal or professional interest in the past.
"The images have proved an invaluable resource for many customers, including solicitors and expert witnesses, wanting evidence to substantiate their boundary disputes, planning disputes or rights of access claims."
Another photo from 1992 shows how Clarence Dock looked before the opening of the Royal Armouries museum.
A third shot from that year is of the area near the Eastgate roundabout prior to the redevelopment of Leeds's main bus station.
Prices for a print from the site range from £10 to £98 plus VAT, depending on age. For more details, ring 01530 518518.