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Helen F
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181 of 188  Fri 7th Jun 2019 9:53am  
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Nice image Neil. The rise of big buildings have killed views like that. That scene looking up New Buildings is a short distance to the left of the sketch in post 161. I've gained an appreciation for photos like that because they provide perspective for earlier sketches that might show better buildings but have an element of artistic inaccuracy.
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NeilsYard
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182 of 188  Fri 7th Jun 2019 9:55am  
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On 7th Jun 2019 9:12am, Kaga simpson said: NeilsYard. Would you see the spires in that angle from there?
Yes Kaga - (1937 map) - I think the photo is only just prior to the war. Edited by member, 7th Jun 2019 9:55 am
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183 of 188  Thu 13th Jun 2019 9:15pm  
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Hales St towards White St. Ford St near top of photo Edited by member, 13th Jun 2019 9:17 pm
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184 of 188  Thu 13th Jun 2019 9:35pm  
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Corner Burges and Hales St. (library photo) Forum library image
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Prof
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185 of 188  Fri 14th Jun 2019 7:24pm  
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See the spires Kaga - I say yes, Neil is right.
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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186 of 188  Sun 16th Jun 2019 11:18am  
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Prof. Yes of course Neil is right, you can see the spires quite clearly, sorry about that. But I wasn't looking and thinking of the picture at the time, I was thinking history. New Buildings skirted the Priory pool and had many tall buildings - the armoury, the Golden Lion, etc and at the bottom where the tram stands were, the Smithfield, would have blocked out one of the spires.
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187 of 188  Sat 23rd Nov 2019 10:33pm  
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188 of 188  Wed 12th Feb 2020 6:29pm  
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Start of White St. approaching Ring Road bridge. Lynn saved to Coventry.
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