WELL STREET 1961: NOT called Well Street for nothing, pictured here in 1961, the possible old Grammar School Well, from which the lower end of the town drew its water in the very old days. During reconstruction in 1961, the water supply became a nuisance and pumps were brought in, providing some casual amusement for people waiting for buses in Forster Square.

BRIDGE STREET 1964: May 1964, Bridge Street had been blocked during the reshaping of Bradford's city centre. The main casualty, was the Mechanics' Institute, behind the bus in the background.

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BRADFORD CATHEDRAL 1953: MARY, the Princess Royal arrives at Bradford Cathedral, May 1953, for the laying of the foundation stone of the new North Wing. On the right, Bishop, Dr Alfred Blunt.

ODSAL 1968: May 1968, work began on the improvements to the playing area at Odsal Stadium, which again had been criticised for its muddy condition during spells of bad weather. One hundred tons of sand and 700 tons of limestone were during the improvements, at a cost of £2,500.