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Search Aspect ( Kemshall )
Location - Leeds & District

Bee Hive Building, Commercial Street (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1950s. Image shows the building known as the Bee Hive, on the south side of Commercial Street, at the junction with Holme Street. At this time the building was occupied by Percy Kemshall, newsagent, and just visible on the right is the drapers shop of James Batty & Sons. The building has a date of 1872 on the front gable.
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Commercial Street (Rothwell) (4 comments)
Black & White image1924. General view of Commercial Street with shop premises of C Ward and Sons grocers, and P Kemshall newsagents on right hand side. There are people in the street and a gas lamp is visible in the foreground.
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Commercial Street, looking west (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1930. View of Commerical Street, Rothwell, looking west. The Coach and Horses inn can be seen on the far right, and on the left is the 'beehive' building with distinctive gable end. At this time it would have been occupied by Percy Kemshall, newsagent. Tram tracks can be seen in the road, turning northwards up Meynell Avenue, on the right.
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Commercial Street, shops (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Commercial Street, looking east. On the far right is Kemshall's newsagents, and the shop to it's left is G.Ward's grocer's shop. On the far left is thought to be the sweet shop of Misses E&A Holt, and further along the street can be seen a sign for Bentley's Brewery, on the Coach & Horses Inn.
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Parade, Commercial Street (Rothwell)
Black & White image1930s. Image shows a pre-WW2 Remembrance Day parade, on Commercial Street, with members of Rothwell & District British Legion. The parade has just passed Rothwell Empire Picture Theatre. In the centre of the second row is newsagent Percy Kemshall.
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