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Guildford Street

Subject ID:
City Centre
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
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Guildford Street
14th September 1927. On left, offices of Liverpool Victoria Insurance Offices then the junction with Albion Street. No 24 George Eastman tobacconist. No 22 Alfred Warwick violin maker. No 20 A Kirk Verity antique dealers, double fronted shop. No 18 J Easby, left window is chocolates with notice declaring fire damage to factory. Right window displays fruit. These shops were estimated to be around 200 years old. Burley Bar was situated here.

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