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Assembly Street, Assembly Rooms, rear view

C 1973. View of an alleyway at the rear of the old Assembly Rooms on Assembly Street, the building on the right. It was occupied by L. Hirst & Son, Wholesale Tobacco Merchants, who took over the building in 1923 and renamed Waterloo House. The picture is taken from Crown Street.

Assembly Street, Assembly Rooms, rear view
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