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Some Views of Northgate Street
Three ancient inns in Northgate Street- the Blue Bell, Red Lion and Pied Bull. This part of Northgate Street has remained
remarkably unchanged to this day. Learn more of the old pubs and Northgate Brewery here..
Northgate Street in 1955
Learn much more about the Northgate here..
This Row at the south (Cross) end of Northgate Street was demolished at the end of the 19th century
and replaced by the buildings below, which still bear the ancient name of Shoemaker's Row.
The south end of Northgate Street
Approaching the Cross from Northgate Street
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