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Results Found (26), Result Page (1 of 6)
Search Aspect (Original Oak )
Location - Leeds & District

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Headingley Lane, junction with St. Michael's Road and Otley Road (Headingley) (2 comments)
Black & White image1960s. View from Headingley Lane of the junction with St. Michael's Road, to the left, and Otley Road ahead, taken in the late 1960s. Two old public houses, the Original Oak on the right and the Skyrack on the left, have dominated the scene for many years and continue to be popular today, particularly with the local student population. A zebra crossing can be seen in the foregound.
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Headingley Lane, looking north-west (Headingley)
Black & White image1988 Looking north-west along Headingley Lane to the junction with St Michael's Road on the left, after which it becomes Otley Road as it turns the corner. Two public houses are seen, the Skyrack on the left and Original Oak in the centre, while on the right are three telephone boxes.
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Headingley Lane, looking north-west (Headingley)
Black & White image1988 View looking north-west along Headingley Lane towards the junction with St Michael's Road on the left, after which the main road continues on as Otley Road. Two public houses can be seen, the Skyrack Hotel on the left and the Original Oak on the right.
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Headingley Lane, Original Oak Inn (Headingley)
Black & White image1960s View of Headingley Lane showing the Original Oak Inn on the left, one of Tetley's public houses. A poster advertising Leeds Rugby League, based at Headingley, is seen on the wall, with matches against Hunslet and Bramley coming up. Towards the right is a telephone box. Taken in the late 1960s.
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Headingley Lane, Original Oak Inn (Headingley)
Black & White image1960s View of the Original Oak Inn on Headingley Lane, taken in the late 1960s. Named after the ancient Shire Oak tree which stood nearby and was believed to have been there for over 1500 years before being destroyed in 1941, the pub itself has occupied this site for over 150 years and remains popular today, particularly with the local student population.
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