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1.Bridge St, Rylands St & Friars gate.


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1850. These hovels are in the Shipyard area east of Bridge Street.1850ThesehovelsareintheShipyardareaeastofBridgeStreet.jpg

 

1855. Bridge Street.

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1884. Buildings to be demolished on the west side of Bridge Street.

1884BuildingstobedemolishedonthewestsideofBridgeStreettothejunctionwithFriarsGa.jpg

 

1884. The staff of Fergusons Forge in Ryland Street.

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1887. Bridge Street at the junction with Friars Gate before widening to make way for the electric trams.

1887BridgeStreetbeforewidening.jpg

 

1887. This was how narrow BridgeStreet was, thePacket House doorway is on the right of the picture.

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1887. Same street viewed from the top end, Friars Gate on the right.

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1897. Bridge Street looking from Bridge Foot.

1897BridgestreetlookingfromBridgeFoot.jpg

 

1897. Corner of Bridge Street & Rylands Street.

1897CornerofBridgeStreetRylandsStreet.jpg

 

1897. An almost rural scene, with the horse & cart, chap with the wheelbarrow and horses can just be made out farther down the street on the right. The young paper boy looks as if he is wearing 'hand-me-down' trousers.

1897LookingfromRylandsStreettowardBridgeFoot.jpg

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