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Helen F
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331 of 336  Sat 13th Jan 2018 12:17pm  
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Indeed it is MR. I note that there are no tram tracks. That would make it a fairly early image.
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NeilsYard
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332 of 336  Sun 14th Jan 2018 3:28pm  
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To go with the others, Trafalgar Street nearing its end - so the caption says - though it looks like Thomas Street to me.
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Wearethemods
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333 of 336  Sun 14th Jan 2018 10:38pm  
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Hi Neil, I'm kind of with you on this, however the next block of 8 storey flats along form Givens House, forget the name (although it could have been Trafalgar House), was adjacent to Vincent Street and I think that's the view, so the Telegraph is correct if I'm right!
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NeilsYard
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334 of 336  Mon 15th Jan 2018 11:26am  
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Cheers Mods - though it looked like the row in my image on post 322?
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Wearethemods
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335 of 336  Mon 15th Jan 2018 11:44am  
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Hi again Neil, I stand corrected! You are right. I tried to compare the broken window patterns in the houses and they look the same. Plus of course there was the 'kink' in Thomas Street which you can just about see in the bottom left hand corner Thumbs up
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merrymo
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336 of 336  Tue 23rd Jan 2018 2:58pm  
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The barbers pole mentioned in this post belonged to my great grandfather Harry Hopkins, who traded there from about 1890.
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