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Search Aspect (Kirkstall Brewery )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bramley Hill (Kirkstall) (2 comments)
Black & White image3 November 1930 View of Bramley hill looking towards Bramley and showing existing Canal Bridge, Kirkstall brewery can be seen on right.
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Bridge Road (Kirkstall)
Black & White image14th October 1953. View looking west along the centre of a broken wall on Bridge Road. To the left is a wasteground with a mobile workman's hut, wheelbarrow and Nissen huts to the rear. On the right is a bus stop for the number 45 to Wortley. The Bridge Inn is in the background and Kirkstall Brewery is in the distance.
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Folly Lane, No.31, Mulberry Tree Inn (Beeston) (2 comments)
Black & White image16th January 1939. View of Mulberry Tree Inn, after alterations to the exterior. The facade has been given a `Tudor` look with wooden beams and windows and doors. The beer was now supplied by Kirkstall Brewery, a dray waggon is making a delivery.
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Front Walk looking towards Prospect Place and Bridge Road (Holbeck) (11 comments)
Black & White image1st May 1936. This view is taken from the partially demolished Front Walk and the vacant land that was Czar Street. On the left hand side of Front Walk, at number 27, is The Isle Tavern public house, a three storey building which was owned by Kirkstall Brewery at that time and is advertising their "Fine Ales". In the 1932 Kelly’s Directory of Leeds the landlord is listed as William Paul. There is a single storey building in the foreground which may have housed toilets and a midden. Between this building and the Isle Tavern is a narrow entrance which is shown on the 1890 OS map as Providence Court. Beyond the tavern is vacant land which was once occupied by back-to-back terraced properties in Front Walk (back-to-back with Crosland Street). Three posts are visible at the corner of the tavern which mark the width of Front Walk. After the third post it is possible to see where the properties in Czar Street stood as the road is slightly darker. Off camera, right would have been the burial ground of Isle Lane Wesleyan Chapel and also the Isle Lane, Czar Street Council School was located here. Facing straight ahead are more terraced properties. They have arched doorways and number 19, 19a, 20, 21 and 22 Bridge Road. We are seeing the rear of the houses which are shown on the 1890 map as backing on to Prospect Place. Obviously, this enclave of properties had gone by the time this photograph was taken. Dominating the background are the huge Holbeck Engine Sheds in Bridge Road and at the corner with Sweet Street West belonging to the locomotive department of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. Behind the buildings on the left the Holbeck viaduct is visible.
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Gotts Park golf course from Armley Ridge Road (Armley)
Black & White image1950. View of Gotts Park Golf course taken from Armley Ridge Road. In the centre is Kirkstall Bridge, Bridge Road. Kirkstall Brewery is just visible. The River Aire is on the right hand side.
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