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York Road, Greyhound Inn

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York Road
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York Road, Greyhound Inn
7th November 1938. View of York Road showing the Greyhound Inn, situated between the junctions with Woodman Terrace on the left and Bath Street to the right. This public house and the shops just past Bath Street were due to be demolished as part of the slum clearance of the area. The York Road public library and swimming baths building, seen on the far right, was spared however and still stands today (2009); it is now a listed building though in a derelict state.

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