Duke Street, Reading.
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Duke Street, Reading, looking northwards to High Street, c. 1880. On the west side, Nos. 20 and 22 (The Lower Ship Hotel, with a large lamp above the door), and the sign for a cafe. On the east side, Nos. 13 and 15 (Silver and Son, furniture makers); No. 17 (Henry Hunt and Sons, grocers); No. 19 (W. Haynes, ironmonger). There is a pigeon-loft on the chimney-stock of No. 7. 1880-1889 : There is a postcard version at Dynix 1210190. The original photograph is in album R/C 10369.
|Image Title||Duke Street., Reading.|
|Description||black and white photograph ; 12x20cm.|
|Subject|| Street scenes and landscapes -- Reading -- Illustrations
Duke Street -- Reading -- Illustrations
Pubs and inns -- Reading -- Illustrations
Ironmongers -- Reading -- Illustrations
Hotels -- Reading -- Illustrations
Grocers' shops -- Reading -- Illustrations
Furniture shops -- Reading -- Illustrations
Pigeon-lofts -- Reading -- Illustrations
|Ordinance Survey Map Reference||SU717733|
|Collection||Local Studies Collection|
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