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Search Aspect ( Cross York Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cross York Street no. 2, Kirkgate no. 46 (City Centre)
Black & White image15th September 1908 On the left is the railway viaduct, then 2 Cross York Street, a former lodging house. A faded wall sign has the name 'City Lodging House'. Single beds are advertised at 4d and 6d (approx 2p and 2.5p) per night. This indicates that beds would not be shared, which was a common practice. The corner shop premises were 46 Kirkgate, business of E. Jackson, scale maker. The property is derelict and fenced off prior to demolition.
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Cross York Street, Numbers 4 to 12 (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. Early 1990s view of Cross York Street showing business premises numbered from the centre to the bridge, 4 to 12. Number 6 is Meat Wholesaler, Crowther & Gwynn Ltd, with Stoneguard adjacent. Part of Kirkgate is visible beyond the Railway Bridge.
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Cross York Street, Railway Bridge detail (City Centre)
Colour imageUndated. Early 1990s closeup of the Railway which spans the end of Cross York Street. The red brick built premises to the right are number 12 Cross York Street.
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Harper Street, rear of numbers 8 - 16 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour imageUndated. View shows the rear of old red brick factory premises on four storeys, numbers 8 - 16 Harper Street. A rusty fire escape descends from the top floor. At the right edge are buildings numbered 22 to 38 New York Street which once housed the Bedding Manufacturers Longley's Slumber Specialists Ltd. The Duck and Drake Public House, formerly the Brougham Arms is visible at the left edge standing at number 43 Kirkgate. The view is looking from Cross York Street from where a car park can be seen in the foreground.
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Kirkgate, Hoardings adjoining the recreational Ground (City Centre)
Black & White image16th April 1936. Looking north from Kirkgate towards the LNER viaduct where bill posters are displayed on a free standing wooden structure. There are advertisements for John West, Guiness, Players and others and in Cross York Street, Haig Whiskey. An iron railing surround an access road between the viaduct and the park. Some of the arches of the viaduct are enclosed by wooden palings and gates, and near one of these is a pile of carts and trolleys seemingly in disrepair.
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