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Search Aspect ( Swinegate )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bishopgate Street, Swinegate (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated, An early view of Scarborough buildings in Bishopgate. Below the balcony on the left can be seen the sign for Hepton Bros wholesale manufacturers of mantles and waterproofs. Notices on the window and door inform us that they have removed to new premises on Oxford Row. The 1899 Robinson Directory of Leeds lists them as occupying 19 Oxford Row so this gives some indication of the date of this photograph. Brass founders can be seen on the right at 31-41 Swinegate.
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Bondmans Weir, Retaining Wall (City Centre)
Black & White image5th March 1906. View showing newly completed retaining wall to Swinegate Goit at Bondmans weir.
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Call Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image19th October 1932. Call Lane before demolition. Just visible is crossroads with Lower Briggate, Call Lane, Bridge End and Swinegate. A man and child pose outside a part demolished building. On the opposite side of the road just visble is number 51 Call Lane which was Abraham Kendall and Sons, coal merchants and a sign outside the premises of 55 which were Wm. Ward & Sons, Sheet metal workers.
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Church Street, tram no.123 (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows tram no.123 entering Church Street from Balm Road. This is an English Electric Chamberlain tram built between 1925 and 1928, on route 27 to Swinegate.
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Coffer Dam, Swinegate Goit (City Centre)
Black & White image21st September 1905. View showing Coffer Dam across River Aire for erection of retaining wall.
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