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Bramley Town Street

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Leeds Civic Trust
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Civic Trust F27
Bramley Town Street
Undated, A view of Upper Town Street, Bramley in the early 1900s. The first shop on the left is at no 303, Stephenson's baby linen warehouse run by Miss Sarah Ann Stephenson. The second left on the corner of Westover Road is Bramley Conservative Club. At 268 Eslington House there is a confectioners displaying a sign for tea, refreshments and advertisements for Fry's Chocolate. The butcher, Walter Lister occupies no 266 Upper Town Street. He ran his business here for 52 years.

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