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Search Aspect (Marquis of Granby )
Location - Leeds & District

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Marquis of Granby Yard, Lowerhead Row (City Centre)
Black & White image10th September 1928. View of the Marquis of Granby Yard, off Lowerhead Row, looking north east. A gas lamp is to the left of the yard and a hand cart to the right. Up the steps a basket is visible outside one doorway.
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Marquis of Granby Yard, Lowerhead Row, looking north (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Marquis of Granby Yard, situated off Lowerhead Row, looking north. A warehouse is seen on the left, followed by the door to no.2. The entrance to no.5 is at the top of the steps at the back of the yard. Rubbish is piled up on the right.
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Marquis of Granby Yard, Lowerhead Row, looking south west (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Marquis of Granby Yard, off Lowerhead Row looking south west. A gas lamp stands outside number 2 and a pile of boxes and tyres are seen opposite by number 10. Number 2 has a sign stating 'office' in the window, possible for Teeman Myer, waste paper merchant.
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Marquis of Granby, Lady Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the old Marquis of Granby public house at 56 Lady Lane, at the junction with St Peter's Street, looking West. Behind it can be seen one of the "book end" buildings at the bottom of Eastgate, while Eastgate itself can be seen on the image in-between the two buildings. The Marquis of Granby was rebuilt in 1897 and closed on 9th February, being demolished shortly afterwards for a road widening and improvement scheme. A new Marquis of Granby was built at the junction of Bridge Street and Quarry Hill, opening on 10th February 1933. The pub carries an advertisement for Melbourne Ales, from the nearby Melbourne Brewery on Regent Street.
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Marquis of Granby, Lady Lane (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. A man and woman pose for the camera outside the old Marquis of Granby public house at 56 Lady Lane. It was rebuilt in 1897 and closed on 9th February 1933, being demolished for road widening and improvement works. A new Marquis of Granby was built opposite at the junction of Bridge Street and Quarry Hill, opening the day afterwards on 10th February 1933.
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