Argyle Street - a Memory of Leicester.

Does anyone remember 'Argyle Street', I used live there as a young girl, now Sainsburys stands on that site in Belgrave. I would love to see any old photos if anyone has any of old Belgrave and the roundabout. It would be really appreciated.

A memory shared by Carole Bonsall on May 7th, 2010.
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Thu Aug 2nd 2018, at 2:45 am
My grt grandad Joseph immins lived at 115 Argyle street he married Elizabeth Sykes in 1895 both were 19yrs old.
Sat Apr 7th 2018, at 10:37 am
jackadshead47 commented:
I lived at 222 Argyle street for two years in 1951 and 52. It was the house above the butchers shop on the corner of Catherine street. I was only a boy and we lived there whilst our new house was being built on the Stadium estate. But the affection I feel for that house is immense, even though I'm now 71. I recall we'd only been there a few hours when there was a knock on the door. My mother answered and a boy was standing there. "Is lickle boy coming out to play?", he said to my mam. It was a lad called Tony Turner and he became my best pal whilst I lived there. Good, good times and people. I could go on and on. Johnny Adshead.
Fri Feb 26th 2016, at 9:47 pm
Carole Bonsall commented:
what number did you live at i was born at 210 and my grandma lived 208, i found some great pictures when it was being demolished
Mon Feb 8th 2016, at 4:10 pm
hurriken1 commented:
My Dad came from Argyle Street!
Mon Feb 8th 2016, at 4:09 pm
hurriken1 commented:
My Dad came from Argyle!

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