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Napier Street pre Kite development

Napier Street (south)

History of Napier Street

The southern part of Napier street was demolished as part of the Kite development. The photo above shows the junction with Fitzroy Street.

Napier Street, August 1974, looking towards Fitzroy Street end. (MoC49/75)

A bottle recycling business was situated near the arched alley. In the photo crates of empty glass bottles are being unloaded.


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