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Duncan Street

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
MIL 59/8A
Duncan Street
28th October 1999 View of Duncan Street looking towards the Corn Exchange. Originally known as Fleet Street but Admiral Viscount Duncan's victory at Camperdown in October 1797 caused the change of name. Rawcliffes, school and sports outfitter can be seen on the left. It was opened in 1914 transferring from Woodhouse Lane. The building was designed by Percy Robinson. The company was founded in 1897.

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