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Search Aspect ( Bridge Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bridge Street (Leylands)
Black & White image27th October 1909. Taken during the Hope Street improvements showing Bridge Street and its junctions with Trafalgar Street, Gower Street, Nile Street and others. On the corner of Trafalgar Street on the left hand side is Benjamin Black's chemist, and on the corner of Nile Street is Joshua Cohen butchers. On Gower Street the council school is visible. In the foreground are some wooden sheds possibly used by workmen during the improvements.
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Bridge Street (Leylands) (6 comments)
Black & White image6th April 1909. Taken prior to the Hope Street improvements looking north up Bridge Street, showing retail premises in this predominantly Jewish quarter. Shops visible are: Morris Hyman, tailors trimmings: Max Philips, confectioner: Ralph Levi, bookseller. The premises on the right are two-storey terraced brick built. Premises on the left are 3-storey terraced brick built. At the far end of the street Hope Street is visible with apparent improvement works being carried out. There are various advertisement posters on the shops such as OXO, Nestle's Milk, Butterfly cigarettes and Rowntree's chocolates. There is also a poster written in Hebrew.
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Bridge Street (City Centre)
Black & White image12th July 1909 View along Bridge Street, to construction site. This was the building of New York Road, along the line Hope Street, between North Street and Regent Street. In the centre construction equipment is visible.
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Bridge Street (City Centre)
Black & White image29th January 1909. Bridge Street is in view, at the junction wiqth Templar Street. At the end of Bridge Street fencing has been erected to mark construction site. This was the building of New York Road, along the line of Hope Street.
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Bridge Street (City Centre)
Black & White image28th August 1913. View across Bridge Street towards junction with Quarry Hill and Lady Lane, Templar Street is on the right. In the centre is the wall separating Lady Beck from the road. To the right of the wall in front of railings are handcarts, workmens huts and tools.
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