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Search Aspect ( Brick Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Brussels Street, Leeds Parish Church, Market District Boy's Club (Bank) (15 comments)
Black & White imageUndated View of the Leeds Parish Church Market District Boys Club at the corner of Brussels Street and Brick Street.
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Goulden's Yard, looking West (Bank)
Black & White image1901. View of Goulden's Yard which is off Brick Street.
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Graham's Yard, looking West (Bank)
Black & White image1901. View of Graham's Yard, which was off number 4, Brick Street. Shows paved alley way with dividing low brick wall with iron railings to end of yard. Children can be seen posing on steps and wall.
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Marsh Lane, looking south-west (Bank)
Black & White image22nd January 1985. Looking south-west along Marsh Lane towards Marsh Lane roundabout and Leeds Parish Church in the distance. First on the right is the junction with Brick Street, then two blocks of flats known as Marsh Lane Garth. Halfway along on the left hand side is the junction with Mill Street. This area has recently been transformed with new road layouts and new high-rise buildings such as the Gateway development and Mill Street student flats.
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Marsh Lane, looking south-west (Bank)
Black & White image22nd January 1985. View looks south-west along Marsh Lane from the junction with Saxton Lane, from where a car is emerging on the left. The Co-operative Funeral Service occupies the building on the right, followed by the junction with Brick Street. The Co-op building still exists today (2012) but the rest of the area has been completely transformed with a new road layout and new high-rise buildings such as the Gateway development and the Mill Street student flats.
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