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Construction Of Lillie House, Leicester, 1930s
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Construction Of Lillie House, Leicester, 1930s

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Construction Of Lillie House, Leicester, 1930s
Strongroom Stack 24
London Road
Large brick polygonal-plan building under construction, with scaffolding and sign for Phyllosan

1/2 Glass plate negative

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office

Photograph showing the construction of Lillie House on London Road, Leicester. The building was designed by Ralph Bedingfield in 1930, and developed by/named after local industrialist Ernest Lillie. It was a tax office for 63 years. To the left, outside of shot, is the train station.

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