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The G-Spot club in 2009, situated in the Queen's Building.

The G-Spot club in 2009, situated in the Queen's Building.
titleThe G-Spot club in 2009, situated in the Queen's Building.
descriptionA colour photograph of the Queen's Building, 37-43 Rutland Street. By 2009 the building had been used for a variety of non-industrial uses - the G-Spot club can be seen on the right of the photograph. At this point the newly built Curve had opened opposite the G-Spot. Built in 1897 and likely named for Queen Victoria’s diamond jubilee, this handsome run-down building was Grade II listed in 2001.
placeLeicester -- Rutland Street
publisherHyde, Colin
themesConservation and urban regeneration;De-Industrialisation;Music
Digitisation noteDigitised by the University of Leicester during August 2013 with the permission of Colin Hyde
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CreatedFri, 14 Mar 2014
ModifiedWed, 10 Sep 2014 11:24