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Town Street at the junction with Henley Close

Town Street at the junction with Henley Close
31st July 1980. View of Town Street at the junction with Henley Close, right. The main focus of the image is Rawdon Post Office and newsagent's shop located between numbers 9 and 11 Town Street. Today (2007) the Post Office occupies the right hand shop and the newsagent's shop is on the left. The view looks east towards Horsforth.

User Comments:

Val Ryan (nee Hoare)

This used to be the Nags Head pub and my gran Clara Louisa Long (later Braithwaite) and husband Walter Long used to run it, it was an alehouse and used by local farmers and labourers. My mum udsed to get put to bed upstairs early and always hated the smell of beer. Think closed in 1930's


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