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Results Found (2007), Result Page (1 of 402)
Search Aspect (PUBLIC HOUSE )
Location - Leeds & District

Abbey House Museum, Hark to Rover Inn (Kirkstall)
Colour imagec 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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Abbey House Museum, Victorian Street (Kirkstall)
Colour imagec late 1960s. Image shows one of the reconstructed Victorian streets in Abbey House Museum. On the left is the shop of Mark Dearlove, musical instrument maker, named after a genuine shopkeeper of the late 18th century. In the background is the Hark to Rover public house, with stables to the left and two carriages parked outside.
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Abbey Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image17th September 1923 Looking towards the Vesper Gate public house, which is on the left. Junction with Abbey Walk, cobbled road with tramlines. Standard poles which support overhead wiring system for trams can be seen, one bears tram stop sign.
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Abbey Road no. 26, West End House (Kirkstall)
Black & White image1959 West End House is visible in the centre of this view. This was a Dutton's public house at number 26 Abbey Road. The landlady at this time was Elsie Peel. On the left is Tordoff Terrace.
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Accommodation Road, nos. 5, 9, 11 (Burmantofts) (2 comments)
Black & White image7th November 1938. To left, junction with Accommodation Court. View of brick properties both business and residential. Number 3 with men in doorway is J. Dickinson, fruit shop. Number 5, Dr. Maurice Sherwin. Numbers 9 to 11 Sam George Cooper, printer. There is a gap where property has been demolished then Spinners Arms public house, land lady Mrs Clara Pease. A pram is outside the doctors. A poster for Rowntree's Cocoa on the end wall.
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