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Search Aspect ( Prussia Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Back Virginia Street looking from the direction of Prussia street (City Centre)
Black & White image6th July 1928. View of properties in Back Virginia Street looking from the direction of Prussia Street to Virginia Cross Street. Back Virginia Street is situated between Virginia Street and Nelson Street. These partially demolished brick houses are on two storeys with old, multi-paned windows. There were several arched entrances to passageways accessing Nelson Street but only two remain in this image. The building seen at the end is in front of the Black Swan public house which is located at number 90 Vicar Lane.
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Back Virginia Street looking in the direction of Prussia Street (City Centre)
Black & White image10th November 1927. View of Back Virginia Street, situated between Virginia Street and Nelson Street, and looking in the direction of Prussia Street. This is a street of red brick, back-to-back houses with several arched passageways accessing Nelson Street. The windows are multi-paned with shutters fitted to the ones at street level. A hand barrow is seen in the road. The photograph was taken when much of the area was in the process of being demolished.
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Lady Lane, showing the United Methodist Church Sunday School (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image4th October 1928. View of Lady Lane showing, on the far left, number 30, the confectionery and tobacconist business of William Mitchell. Next, number 28 is vacant but in 1927 was listed as the premises of George W. Beasley, potato merchant. This block of four storey buildings has decorative windows with wrought iron balustrading over the shop fronts. Adjacent to number 28 is the junction with Prussia Street followed by the United Methodist Church Sunday School at number 26A. (The Chapel Keeper in 1928 was listed as Elijah Woodhouse.) The junction with Templar Lane can be seen in the foreground, right. The United Methodist Church is off camera at this junction with Lady Lane at number 13 Lady Lane.
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Nelson Street (City Centre)
Black & White image1901. View of Nelson Street looking west. It is a street of terraced houses, running from Harewood Street to Prussia Street and is to be included in the Leeds Unhealthy Areas improvements. A surveyor is standing on the right, another holding papers further up the street.
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Prussia Street (City Centre)
Black & White image1901. Prussia Street, looking south with Back Virginia Street to the right. Nelson Street can be seen across the centre. A surveyor is standing in the doorway of a joiners workshop, the owner of which was Mrs Mary Wright. This is the corner of Back Virginia Street.
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