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Search Aspect ( St Peter''s Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Eastgate, St Peter's Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image26th July 1943. View looking north east across the roundabout at the junction of Eastgate and St Peter's Street. Quarry Hill Flats are behind. Appleyard's petrol station is on the roundabout. Trucks, lamp posts and a belisha beacon are visible. A man looks at the camera.
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High Street (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Photo shows the south side of the High Street and the junction with St Peter's Street. The High Street consisted of two storey back to back houses with tunnels leading to the courtyard. The Turkish baths on the High Street advertise baths for 6d. Russian and Sulphur baths are also available. The corner house had been converted to a grocer's shop. There are adverts on the wall for Oxo, Nestles Milk, Milkmaid Milk and Dewar's whisky.
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Lady Lane, Millgarth Street (City Centre)
Black & White image1920s Image shows Lady Lane and the junction with Millgarth Street. Far left is the junction with St Peter's Street followed by the Marquis of Granby Public House at number 56 Lady Lane. Adjacent, at number 54 is the many windowed registered women's lodging house run by Mrs Catherine Cashon, then number 52, David Smith leather and grindery stores. A faded painted sign for Newman Clothing Manufacturer still remains on the wall and a sign for William H. Helliwell, clothier is at number 48. Next is J. Craig, newsagent at number 46. At the opposite side of Millgarth Street numbers continue with B. Appleson & Son, new woollen and rag merchants at number 42. Several businesses are operating from number 7 Millgarth Street at the junction with Lady Lane. These include Ginsburg & Son, tailors, Israel Brash, Max Fineberg and B. Hyman, also tailors. J. Cavenagh & Co, glass merchants, importers and exporters are at Lady Bridge Mills, Millgarth Street.
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Leeds Central Bus Station, St Peter's Street (City Centre)
Colour image20th September 1999.View inside the central bus station. Travel Centre on the left and a row of bus interchanges on the right and the station is busy with commuters.
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Marquis of Granby, Lady Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the old Marquis of Granby public house at 56 Lady Lane, at the junction with St Peter's Street, looking West. Behind it can be seen one of the "book end" buildings at the bottom of Eastgate, while Eastgate itself can be seen on the image in-between the two buildings. The Marquis of Granby was rebuilt in 1897 and closed on 9th February, being demolished shortly afterwards for a road widening and improvement scheme. A new Marquis of Granby was built at the junction of Bridge Street and Quarry Hill, opening on 10th February 1933. The pub carries an advertisement for Melbourne Ales, from the nearby Melbourne Brewery on Regent Street.
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