Rhinos stars Francis Cummins, left, and Matt Adamson help out at the new club shop. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby)
Leeds Rhinos opened a new club shop at Rawcliffe’s allowing the fanbase to snap up everything from replica shirts to key rings. This was 2002, a year which featured celebrity visits, street markets, new builds and your YEP highlighting the city’s wealth gap.
READ MORE: 33 closed Leeds pubs which will stir fond memories for drinkers LOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA? Join Leeds Retro on facebook Richard and Judy visited Waterstones for a book signing in August 2002. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby) Leeds city centre looking down the River Aire from Rose Wharf in September 2002. Taken on the Nikon D1 at f11 with a shutter speed of 400 on 400 iso. (Photo: Emma Nichols) Did you enjoy a night out here back in the day? Tiger Tiger. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby) PC David Robinson and Insp Phil Wright patrol Vicar Lane on bikes in November 2002 enabling them to access incidents more quickly. (Photo: Jonathan Gawthorpe) Construction of Nuffield Hospital was nearing completion in July 2002. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby) People pause for a moment of silent reflection at a Remembrance service at the War Memorial in November 20002. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby) Briggate was the setting for a traditional French street market in November 2002. (Photo: Emma Nichols) Christmas shoppers leave the city centre loaded with bags in December 2002. (Photo: Simon Hulme) The Leeds Lights switch on on The Headrow in November 2002. (Photo: Dan Oxtoby) Revellers enjoy themselves on the ride 'Disco Fever' at the New Year's fair in December 2002. (Photo: Gary Longbottom) Share your memories of Leeds city centre in 2002 with Andrew Hutchinson via email at: email@example.com or tweet him - @AndyHutchYPN (Photo: James Hardisty)