Conduit Street, Lichfield

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Description:This postcard view looks northwest along Conduit street to the Market Square. On the left is the Corn Exchange, also on the left is a glimpse of a covered stall in the Market Square, the spires of the Cathedral are visible over the houses and on the right can be seen Seagrave's Confectioners and Refreshment Rooms advertising ‘Luncheons and Teas’.

This postcard was published by Raphael Tuck & Sons’. It was franked in Whittington on 10 January 1906 and sent to an address in Birmingham.

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Image courtesy of: The Arthur Lloyd Collection

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