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Shambles Lane, Leicester
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Shambles Lane, Leicester

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Shambles Lane, Leicester
John Flower's drawings
Street with domestic buildings; 2 bucket-carriers converse outside, woman sweeping step
Leicester

1/4 Glass plate negative
GP443

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

A drawing of Shambles Lane by John Flowers. Shambles Lane was an alternative name of the original Applegate (since destroyed), which ran from St Nicholas' Church to West Bridge.

This image is taken from John Flowers' book "Views of Ancient Buildings in the Town and County of Leicester" (c.1825)
GP443
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