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Search Aspect (Barleycorn Street )
Location - Leeds & District

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Barleycorn Street (Holbeck) (3 comments)
Black & White image8th March 1965 View looks from Barleycorn Street onto the back of the Barleycorn Hotel which is situated at number 101 Whitehall Road. Towards the right a man stands next to a motorised bicycle. A road sign advises motorists to 'Turn Left, one way only' when turning onto Whitehall Road.
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Barleycorn Street nos. 12 - 18, Wortley Lane (Holbeck) (1 comment)
Black & White image8th March 1965 Terraced houses in Barleycorn Street situated opposite opposite the Crown Chemical Company, off camera right. Houses are numbered from left to right, 18 to 12. The shops on Wortley Lane are numbered from the left, 28 to 22.
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Crown Chemical Company, Wortley Lane (Holbeck)
Black & White image8th March 1965 View of Crown Chemical Company, 'Leeds Bakers Sundries Ltd' with Wortley Lane in the foreground. On the left, between the factory and the shop is Barleycorn Street and to the right of the Chemical Works is Dunderdale's Yard.
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Dunderdale's Yard, Wortley Lane (Holbeck)
Black & White image25th April 1928 Dunderdales Yard, this entrance was on Wortley Lane, it then turned a right angle to Spence Lane. On the left is Barleycorn Street. Factory premises of J.W.Harding and Co Ltd, Waverley Works, blouse and overall manufacturers.
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Whitehall Road no. 101, Barleycorn Hotel (Holbeck) (5 comments)
Black & White image8th March 1965 In the centre of this view is number 101 Whitehall Road, The Barleycorn Hotel. This is a brick built property with a cement rendered frontage. The pub was situated between Barleycorn Street to the left and St Johns Place to the right. The backs of two road signs are visible which state 'Turn Left, one way only'. The landlord of the Barleycorn Hotel at this time was Arthur Holmes.
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