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;
View of houses 1-39 New Park Street. In this photo the shop is run down with no indication of what it may have sold compared to the photograph taken in 1965 where the shop is "Salon Lynett". The date of the photograph is unknown.
This is a ghost sign for Banks's ales, wines and spirits and can be seen on the corner of Cross Street and Wand Street. Unfortunately this photograph has the for sale sign over the sign but can be seen clearer in the photograph taken in 2007.
View of 52-81 Conduit Street. In this photograph is the "Belgrave Laundry, Dyers and Dry Cleaners" we also know from another photograph that this laundry was called "Dorries". There is a also a signpost for parking this one reads "Waiting limited...
Housing; Abandoned buildings; City planning; Laundry; Parking;
This ghost sign can be found on the corner of Tudor Road pointing down Paget Road to the Off Licence. This earlier photograph shows the sign in good condition without the graffiti of the later photograph.