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Rose and Crown Yard, off Briggate

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Leeds Library & Information Services
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Rose and Crown Yard, off Briggate
c.1887 View of the Rose and Crown Yard looking across Lands Lane to King Charles Croft. The larger of the two gas lamps is outside the Theatre Royal, the proprietor of the day was Jos. Hobson. The Rose and Crown Public House was a coaching inn, also known as 'Binks Hotel' after the landlady, Maria Binks. The Rose and Crown Yard was replaced by the Queen's arcade designed by architect, Edward Clark of London and opened in 1889. It linked Lands Lane with Briggate.

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