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Quarry Hill Flats, view to St. Peter's Square

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Quarry Hill Flats, view to St. Peter
c1974/1975. This view was taken inside the Quarry Hill Flats complex looking out through the arched entrance of Priestley House to St. Peter's Square. Opposite the entrance are two clothing factories, the Super Clothing Company Ltd. and the employment and goods entrance of William Read Ltd. Quarry Hill Flats were demolished between 1975 and 1978.

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john allen

this arch is in prestley house. the tiles there are made from rubber to cut down noise, but dangers when wet for anyone cycling.the building to the right is mostly a clothining factory but the ground floor id belong to walter wraggs motor cycle dealers and went on to be auto trader.


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