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Search Aspect ( Angel Inn )
Location - Leeds & District

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Angel Inn (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1st March 1907 The Angel Inn actually closed in 1903 but was then used as business premises. Photo shows from entrance to yard, Lands Lane.
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Angel Inn Yard (City Centre) (8 comments)
Black & White image1st March 1907. View of Angel Inn Yard which ran between Briggate and Lands Lane. The Inn dates from the late 18th century and was thought to have undergone alterations in the late nineteenth century. It closed as an inn in 1903. It was then used as business premises. Now listed, it is described as the 'oldest purpose built inn building surviving in yards off Briggate.' In the year 2000 the building was converted back to the Angel Inn by Samuel Smith's of Tadcaster.
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Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Angel Row off Wakefield Road, looking west. The Angel Inn is just to the north, on Wakefield Road.
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Angel Row, Robin Hood (Robin Hood)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Angel Row in Robin Hood. Angel Row is situated off Wakefield Road to the south of Middleton Lane, and looking west. The terrace, and Angel Inn public house just to the north are both still in existence, although the outbuildings seen on the right here have been removed.
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Briggate, Angel Inn (City Centre) (6 comments)
Black & White image1st March 1907. View of the Angel Inn looking from the yard between Briggate and Lands Lane. The Inn dates from the late 18th century, although is thought to have been altered in the late nineteenth century. It closed as an inn in 1903 but continued in use as business premises. At the time of the photograph the name James Johnson is above the door. It is now listed and is thought to be the oldest surviving purpose built inn in yards off Briggate. After conversion by Samuel Smith's brewery of Tadcaster in the year 2000 the building became the Angel Inn once more.
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