|||Great George Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
To the left is number 48 Great George Street, which is the Victoria Family and Commercial Hotel. Adjoining the hotel is number 46 Great George Street which at the time of the picture were assembly rooms but later became Masonic Hall. A group of 5 men and a woman dressed smartly, stand to the right looking at the photographer.
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|||Great George Street, cleared site for building (City Centre)
|c early 1980s.
Image shows a cleared area of land on Great George Street at the junction with Portland Street. Victorian properties in both streets were demolished to make way for the new brick built St. George's House which opened in 1984. Left standing is the Victoria Hotel, the large building right of centre, at number 28 Great George Street. In the background, at the left edge, part of the Civic Theatre is visible and on the right, the Education Offices and the Town Hall.
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|||Lowtown from the site of the railway bridge (Pudsey)
View down Lowtown from the site of the railway bridge. Behind the parked cars the gable end of he Victoria Hotel is visible. On the right-hand side of Lowtown there is the former Pudsey Parish Church National School at numbers 85 and 85A. These buildings date from 1843.
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|||York Road, Victoria Hotel (Burmantofts) (3 comments)
View of the north side of York Road showing the Victoria Hotel at the junction with Freehold Street. To the right of this is Freehold Wallpaper Stores, the business of S.T. Richardson.
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