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Abbey House Museum, Hark to Rover Inn

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Abbey House Museum, Hark to Rover Inn
c late 1960s. View shows the inside of a Victorian public house as displayed at Abbey House Museum, part of a reconstruction of Victorian streets featuring realistic shops and other businesses, many of which can be walked in. The pub is named 'Hark to Rover' after an actual pub which was situated on Spen Lane near the junction with Abbey Road, beside the Hark to Rover cottages. It was later to be demolished and a new pub of the same name was built further along Spen Lane, which has also since closed.

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