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Psychogeographical mapping of coincidence in Leeds and Dortmund. Drifting through superimposed narratives of two cities at once. The Leeds-Dortmund Project

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1 September

(two days before war was declared): 18,250 children and 2,800 teachers and voluntary workers evacuated from Leeds on 51 special trains, mainly to Lincolnshire and the Yorkshire Dales. On 2 September they were followed by 8,000 mothers and pregnant women and disabled people. But most of them were home again by Christmas.
http://www.applied-technologies.co.uk/ljcc2002/cityofleeds.htm

This evacuaton was from Leeds City Station, which used to be at Wellington Street.
Documentary Film, Leeds At War
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The first of 4 million ration books were distributed throughout the city.
http://www.applied-technologies.co.uk/ljcc2002/cityofleeds.htm
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