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Search Aspect (WHARF STREET )
Location - Leeds & District

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Kirkgate and Wharf Street, corner of. (City Centre)
Black & White image26th March 1934. Eveland House, premises of J. Landey, smallware and fancy goods importer, on the corner of Kirkgate and Wharf Street. To the right, further along Wharf Street, can be seen Crosland and Co., and Wharf Street Press.
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Kirkgate Railway Bridge (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image8th March 1917 Railway bridge to carry North Eastern railway line, seen from the west side. The junction with Wharf Street is to the right, on the right edge of this view is number 82 Kirkgate. This was the premises of E. Jackson and Co, scale makers.
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Kirkgate, former Old Crown Inn (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1907. View shows the south side of Kirkgate, from Old Crown Yard to Wharf Street, with the former old Crown Inn, used as shop premises for Mr Smith, medical botanist, and Tolson's noted tripe shop. A notice above the doors says that the property was used by the Ancient Order of Foresters (Friendly Society) and was the birthplace of "Forestry", with "Court No. 1 established here in 1790". The Ancient Order of Foresters was actually founded in Rochdale in 1834, but its origins were in a much earlier society, The Royal Foresters, formed in the 18th century, who would have been the ones who met in this building in 1790. The Property was demolished in 1935. Photograph by Alf Mattison.
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Kirkgate, Junction with Wharf Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image28th October 1930 View from underneath railway bridge of lower section of Kirkgate from High Court Lane to Wharf Street. Corner of Wharf Street with advertising hoardings to left of Kirkgate is J. Allison clog shop with John Simson confectioners next door at 73. the premises of Julius Landey small ware dealers can also be seen.
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Kirkgate, Junction with Wharf Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th August 1935 View looking up Kirkgate from junction of Wharf Street. two men chat underneath railway bridge. On other side of road on corner of Wharf Street is L.Vaux wholesaler. Train timetables and details of excursions are posted on wall under bridge. Photograph shows a busy street with cars and a tram. Signs for Walkers drapers and William Brotherton and son can be seen.
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