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Search Aspect (CROWN STREET )
Location - Leeds & District

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Assembly Rooms, junction of Crown Street and Assembly Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated View of the Assembly Rooms at the junction with Crown Street(foreground) and Assembly Street, right. Opened in 1777, they were a venue for evening entertainment and balls. By the 1860s the building became a Working Men's Institute. The business seen here of L. Hirst & Son, Tobacco Merchants & Wholesale Tobacconists, occupied the building from 1923 and renamed it Waterloo House. Now the old Assembly Rooms have been restored and include the Cafe Rouge and the Pitcher and Piano Bar.
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Assembly Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th November 1908 Off Crown Street, Call Lane. Cobbled road, brick industrial premises. Hand cart and behind it a pony trap. Railway line on viaduct to right, infill of brick premises between the arches.
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Assembly Street (City Centre)
Black & White image9th November 1908 Off Crown Street, Call Lane. Brick factory unit. The word 'garage' is painted on end wall. A sign 'Siddeley Autocars' projects from the wall. Cars parked in road, one each side. Cobbled roads, gas lamps.
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Assembly Street, Assembly Rooms, rear view (City Centre)
Black & White imageC 1973. View of an alleyway at the rear of the old Assembly Rooms on Assembly Street, the building on the right. It was occupied by L. Hirst & Son, Wholesale Tobacco Merchants, who took over the building in 1923 and renamed Waterloo House. The picture is taken from Crown Street.
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Assembly Street, Assembly Rooms, rear view (City Centre)
Black & White imageC 1973. View of the rear of the former Assembly Rooms on Assembly Street, then occupied by L. Hirst & Son, Wholesale Tobacco Merchants, and known as Waterloo House. An alleyway on the right of the picture leads to Crown Street.
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