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Boar Lane and Lower Briggate

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City Centre
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Leeds Library & Information Services
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LEO 9821
Boar Lane and Lower Briggate
1867. View of Lower Briggate looking west, at the junction with Boar Lane, which can be seen to be closed for work to widen it. On the far left, the single storey building at number 28 is occupied by the Golden Fleece and Pickard's wine and spirit merchants. Numbers 29 and 30 are boarded up, but Richard Fenton, hosier and glover, is still open at no. 31. No. 32, previously the premises of John Thomas Beer, tailor, is also boarded up. The buildings in this photograph were demolished shortly after the date of this photograph as part of the widening work on Boar Lane.

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