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NeilsYard
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1 of 1  Wed 1st May 2019 12:02pm  
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As it seems there is no dedicated thread for Bond Street - I've just hopefully successfully ID'ed specifically this one as Court No.5 Bond Street. The roofs over the shed at the back were houses on Ryley Street with the chimney from Leigh Mills behind. It's on the 1954 map but not 1956 so gives a date to what appears to be its demolition. This is the same court from above taken in 1949 (court lined in red) - you can see it survived the war (just!). The Town Wall Tavern is lower centre and that same chimney at the top. You can also see Lants mineral water factory on Bond Street to the left of the court.
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