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Cross Belgrave Street, rear of Belgrave Central Church (City Centre)
Black & White image1970s. Image shows part of the rear of the old Belgrave Central Church (Congregational), located on Cross Belgrave Street, between the junctions of Merrion Place and Belgrave Street and close to the Wrens Public House.
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Cross Belgrave Street, Wrens Hotel (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image1970s. View of Cross Belgrave Street showing the Wrens Hotel on the left at the junction with Merrion Street. Named after its original owner Alfred Wren, it was opened in 1880. Further along are Leo Goldman, tailor, and R.L. Gowns. At the end of the block is Greenhills (Dress you Better) Ltd. of Belgrave Hall. The junction with Belgrave Street is on the right.
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Merrion Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White imageFebruary 1963. Image shows Merrion Street from the junction with New Briggate. The furniture shop of S. Wolfson can be seen at numbers 26 to 30 Merrion Street. To the right of Wolfson's part of the Wrens Hotel is visible.
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Merrion Street, The Wrens (City Centre)
Colour imagec1998. View of The Wrens public house on Merrion Street by the junction with Cross Belgrave Street, seen on the right. Named after its original owner Alfred Wren, it was opened in 1880. Now a Tetley's house, it has a theatrical atmosphere, being popular with theatre goers at the nearby Grand.
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New Briggate, looking south-west (City Centre) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking south-west along New Briggate, taken sometime around the late 1960s or early 1970s. The Wrens Hotel is on the right, by the junction with Cross Belgrave Street and between Merrion Place (right) and Merrion Street (towards the left). Opened in 1880, it was named after its original owner Alfred Wren. Occupying part of the upper floors is Leo Goldman, tailor. Hardy's menswear can be seen on the opposite side of Merrion Street while in the foreground, left, are Leeds Chest Clinic at no. 74 New Briggate and a dentist's surgery at no. 72.
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