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Town End, Bank Row

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Town End, Bank Row
Undated. View showing rows of terraced houses on Town End, known as Bank Row because the end house on the right, Bank House, was rented by the Yorkshire Penny Bank on alternate Saturdays. It was run by Ben Chadwick, the headmaster of the Colliery School at East Garforth. The house was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, part of the Dixon family who were the last toll-keepers at the Toll Bar House on Aberford Road.

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