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    • Conservation and Urban Regeneration - The Pex Building

    • Bird, Terese
    • Rebecca Madgin talks about her interests in relation to the project and its aims, as well as the types of materials made available, how they can be used, and by whom.
    • Conservation & restoration; Regeneration; Historic buildings; History; Industrialization; Factories; Cities & towns; Communities
    • Liberty plan will lead to bedlam

    • Atkinson, Mel;
    • Brief newspaper article discussing plans to demolish the Liberty building and build student accomodation on the site.
    • Liberty Shoes Ltd;
    • Turner & Jarvis Factory, post 1986

    • Skinner, Joan
    • 4 external photographs of the Turner & Jarvis hosiery factory
    • Redevelopment; Regeneration; Hosiery industry; Housing; Deindustrialisation;
    • Athena, 2002

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • Colour photograph of 1930s former Odeon Cinema, now Athena conference and entertainment venue.
    • Cinemas; Abandoned buildings; Historic buildings;
    • The G-Spot club in 2009, situated in the Queen's Building.

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • A colour photograph of the Queen's Building, 37-43 Rutland Street. By 2009 the building had been used for a variety of non-industrial uses - the G-Spot club can be seen on the right of the photograph. At this point the newly built Curve had opened...
    • Nightclubs; Building deterioration; Queen's Building; G-Spot; Dielectric; A.B. Butt Ltd.; C.W. Harrington and Co.; R. Rowley and Co.; Curve;
    • Athena, 2005

    • Hyde, Colin
    • Colour photograph of the Athena, formerly Odeon Cinema
    • Entertainment; Conference rooms; Cinemas; Historic buildings
    • The Queen's Building 2009, detail of the decoration.

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • A colour photograph of details of the Queen's Building, 37-43 Rutland Street. By 2002 the building was used for a variety of non-industrial uses. Built in 1897 and likely named for Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee, this handsome run-down building...
    • Nightclubs; Building deterioration; Queen's Building; G-Spot; Dielectric; A.B. Butt Ltd.; C.W. Harrington and Co.; R. Rowley and Co.;
    • They made Leicester's Statue of Liberty

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    • Article from pp.10 of the Leicester Mercury, Monday March 23rd 1998 about the construction of the Statue of Liberty statue that was to be on top of the Liberty Works, Eastern Boulevard. Bill Briggs had mentored David Simpson when he joined the...
    • Factories; Conservation & restoration;
    • Athena, 2012

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • Colour photograph of the Athena building, formerly Odeon Cinema
    • Entertainment; Conference rooms; Cinemas; Historic buildings
    • View from 19 Queen Street.

    • Barnes, Amy
    • Colour photograph of the view from 19 Queen Street, Leicester, showing the Phoenix and surrounding buildings.
    • Phoenix Arts; Urban regeneration; Buildings
    • The Queen's Building 2009, detail of the windows

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • A colour photograph of detail of the Queen's Building, 37-43 Rutland Street. By 2002 the buildings were used for a variety of non-industrial uses. Built in 1897 and likely named for Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee, this handsome run-down building...
    • Nightclubs; Building deterioration; Queen's Building; G-Spot; Dielectric; A.B. Butt Ltd.; C.W. Harrington and Co.; R. Rowley and Co.;
    • Interview with Norman Buckingham:Track 1

    • Hyde, Colin
    • Norman Buckingham describes growing up and working in the West End of Leicester, and how it has changed. 47mins 19secs
    • Housing; Facilities; Neighborhoods; Games; Childhood & youth; Milkmen & milkwomen; Recreation; Social & civic facilities; Trams; School attendance; Schools; Coronations; Celebrations; Rugby; Illness; Working class;
    • Rutland Street, 2002

    • Hyde, Colin;
    • Colour photograph of empty building on Rutland Street, demolished in 2005 to to make way for Curve. The Leicester United Caribbean Association building is visible to the right.
    • Abandoned buildings; Houses;

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