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Search Aspect (Brussels Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Brussels Street (Bank) (3 comments)
Black & White image2nd March 1917 View of Brussels Street, with railway viaduct. This was just off Marsh Lane, Brick Street is running through the centre.
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Brussels Street, Leeds Parish Church, Market District Boy's Club (Bank) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated View of the Leeds Parish Church Market District Boys Club at the corner of Brussels Street and Brick Street.
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Brussels Street, N.E. Railway Viaduct (Bank) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th May 1917. Railway Viaduct on Brussels Street just off Marsh Lane. There is a sign on one of the wooden doors.
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Marsh Lane, Brussels Street, North Eastern Railway Viaduct (Bank) (3 comments)
Black & White image1899. At the time this photograph was taken much of the area around Marsh Lane was in the process of clearance and redevelopment. This view shows properties built under the arches of the North Eastern Railway viaduct. On the left, a man in formal dress stands in front of a pair of wooden doors in an old, single storey building. In the centre under an open porch a child stands next to a large mangle and there is a table, a barrel, a large tub and what appears to be a hip bath (behind the table). It would seem that laundry is undertaken here. A man is seated on a wooden box on the right and a woman stands behind the tub in the doorway.
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Marsh Lane, Looking towards Brussels Street (Bank) (1 comment)
Colour image1987. View from Marsh Lane looking towards Brussels Street. The tallest building towards the right is Leeds Parish Church District Boys Club, taken in 1987 shortly before it was demolished. The cleared area at the side of it is where flats have already been demolished. In the background, the railway viaduct can be seen.
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