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Vicar Lane


Vicar Lane
Description:
1st December 1952. Image shows numbers 50 - 58 north east side from opposite Ludgate Hill. Buildings include National Provincial Bank, Maxwells clothes shop, Commercial Cafe and clubs, Zuckers wool and silk shop, Timms and Dibson, Max Williams and a fur shop. Two cars and telephone boxes are visible. People are waiting at a bus stop.

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Name:
Philip Alexander Lewis

Comment:
The commercial cafe and clubs was owned by Jim Windsor a Bookmaker.

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Name:
rayd

Comment:
This building also housed the 'Old Contempts' club. An association of old soldiers from the first world war who Kaiser 'Bill' once described as Kitcheners contemptable little army.

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Name:
Brian Thomas

Comment:
I had my 21st Party in the Commercial Club ( 1961) it was then owned by Jim Windsor a prominent Leeds Bookmaker of the time.

Date:
06-Sep-2010

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Name:
Fay dickinson

Comment:
I worked for jim windsor in the seventies. It was taken over by william hill.

Date:
13-Nov-2013

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