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Search Aspect ( St Philip Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Cross Jerry Street, junction with St. Philip Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageMay 1904. View of junction of Cross Jerry Street with St Philip Street. Shows derelict properties. Girl stands on corner.
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Lord Nelson Inn, St Philip Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Lord Nelson Inn, on St Philip Street, between Wellington Street and Westgate. The inn itself was situated between Charley Street, seen on the right of the image, and Henry Street. The next street is St Philip's Place, and the junction with Westgate can be seen in the distance on the left. The buildings were demolished in the 1950s, and the junction with the inner ring road and Kirkstall Road now occupies the area.
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Lord Nelson Inn, St Philip Street (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1930s. View of the Lord Nelson Inn on St Philip Street, Between Wellington Street and Westgate. On the left is Henry Street, and on the other side of the inn is Charley Street. To the far right can be seen the building of Eldon Brush Works. The area is now occupied by the junction between the inner ring road and Kirkstall Road.
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Mercy Street nos. 12 - 18 (City Centre)
Black & White image19th January 1931. View of back to back terraced houses on the north side of Mercy Street looking towards St Philips Street. There is a large wooden hand-cart outside number 12 with 2 boys standing beside it. Washing can be seen hanging across the street. At the end of the road on St Philip Street, The Wellington Inn Public House can be seen. Factory chimneys from Wellington Foundary are visible beyond.
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Mercy Street nos. 2 - 10 (City Centre)
Black & White image19th January 1931. View of back to back terraced houses on the north side of Mercy Street. Photo is taken from Wellington Lane looking NW towards St Philip Street, and shows the gable end with Forrest Street. A group of men, one carrying a little girl are leaning against the gable end of number 2 Mercy Street. Two boys stand on cobbled road. Houses are slightly set back from pavement and have steps leading down to basement area.
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