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

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Eastgate, procession (City Centre)
Black & White imageJuly 1952. View of Eastgate, looking from the roundabout to the Marquis of Granby Hotel. Crowds line the street as a procession goes by, possibly for Leeds Children's Day.
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Eastgate, roundabout (City Centre)
Colour image1st March 1983. View of Eastgate roundabout from the direction of St. Peter's Street. Circle House is on the left and the Marquis of Granby public house in the centre. A petrol filling station occupies the centre of the roundabout.
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Lady Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image8th November 1929. St Peter's Street, looking across to Lady Lane. On the right, ornate facade of the Marquis of Granby which was rebuilt in 1897 and closed for road widening in 1933. The pub had its own brewhouse, which closed in 1931. It was replaced with a new building on Eastgate, opened February 1933, was closed and converted to offices in 1984. The Marquis of Granby was John Manners Colonel in Chief of the British Army 1766. When his men left the army, he set them up as inn-keepers.
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Lowerhead Row at the corner with Vicar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image1923-4 Lowerhead Row seen from the corner with Vicar Lane showing the Lloyd's Bank building. During the road widening scheme of 1930 it was rebuilt further back to the North. Next door, left is Mrs Isabella Tolson's tripe shop at number 20, moving left, Youngman & Sons famous fisheries at 19, Herman Wolfe clothing at number 18 and beyond the entrance to Marquis of Granby Yard is just visible. On the wall above number 18 it is just possible to see Knight's Templar crosses.
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Marquis of Granby Yard, Lowerhead Row (City Centre)
Black & White image1925 View of the Marquis of Granby Yard off Lowerhead Row, which was shortly to be demolished as part of the new Headrow improvements designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield.
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