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Location - Leeds & District

Bower's Yard, Whip Hotel (City Centre)
Black & White image1973. View of the entrance the Whip Hotel, at the end of Bower's Yard, on the east side of lower Briggate, and opposite Dyson's Time Ball Buildings. The Whip, an old coaching inn, was the last men-only public house in Leeds, only admitting women around the late 1970s. Briefly named the Fiddler's Elbow around 1995, it is now home to Mook, a cocktail bar.
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Bridge End, drawing by Pete Lapish (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1930. Pencil drawing by Pete Lapish intended to be the basis for a painting, but it was never painted in the end. It shows Bridge End seen from Meadow Lane, looking across Leeds Bridge over the River Aire, and beyond to Lower Briggate where the railway bridge crosses overhead. The spire of Holy Trinity Church is seen in the background. At the bottom left is Allans Ltd., house furnishers, at no. 24 Bridge End. More of Pete Lapish's images can be seen on his website www.petelapish.art
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Bridge End, junction with Dock Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking from Dock Street along Bridge End towards Leeds Bridge to the left and Lower Briggate out of view over the bridge. Most of the properties are boarded up and the side of some buildings used for advertising posters. These include ones for Peacock's Linoleums, Nestle and Bovril. The building in the centre at the corner with Dock Street was number 29 Bridge End, formerly a butchers shop owned by Frank Ambler; moving left along Bridge End the business of J.W. Gibbons, provision dealer can be seen at number 25 and just before Leeds Bridge is Hick Brothers, ironmongers and tinners, at number 17. Photograph by Wormald of Leeds.
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Bridge End, tram no.143 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image12th July 1952. View of tram no.143 travelling along Bridge End on route no.25 to Hunslet. Advertisements for Tizer 'the Appetizer' and Tetley's Beer cover panels at the front and side of this Chamberlain built between 1925 and 1928. On the left are the Bridge End Dining Rooms while in the background on the right is the Golden Lion public house at the junction of Lower Briggate and Swinegate.
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Briggate (City Centre)
Colour image15 September 1999 View looking down towards Lower Briggate entrance to Victoria Quarter can be seen on the left with Queens Arcade on the right.
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