HOW things have changed since this photograph was taken on Yeadon High Street in the 1950s.

The picture, from the archives of Aireborough Historical Society, looks from the bottom of the High Street towards Town Hall Square.

Archivist Carlo Harrison said: "As everyone will see, in just over 50 years, everything in this photograph has changed, the location is instantly recognisable but all shops etc have given way to the progression of time.

"On the left is the Post Office, now closed and the service relocated to the top end of the High Street adjacent to Morrisons.

"Next, a branch of Gallons grocers, facing onto Town Hall Square is the Leeds Co-op store (now Library) .

"A concrete bus shelter stands at the edge of the square, this type of shelter was common in Aireborough.

"On the right is Martin's dry cleaners, until recently this was still a dry cleaners but not trading as Martins and is now Tea Cosies."

An undated photograph shows ladies from Ilkley Amateur Operatic Society knitting blanket squares for Romania.