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Search Aspect (ROCKLEY HALL YARD )
Location - Leeds & District

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Jubilee Court, between Vicar Lane and Briggate (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1898. View of Jubilee Court, a confined, narrow courtyard between Vicar Lane and Briggate, surrounded by other yards and hemmed in by buildings. There was an entrance in Vicar Lane leading to Jubilee Court, which, as listed in a directory for 1888, was located between number 18 Vicar lane, Edward Cliff Noble, tool manufacturer, and William Reid, auctioneer and beer retailer at number 21 Vicar Lane. Jubilee Court was near to Rockley Hall Yard and Wood Street, and the site would be taken over by Queen Victoria Street, now part of the Victoria Quarter. The court is paved with stone flags and has an open gulley running down the middle. This view is looking from the Briggate end.
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Rockley Hall Yard (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. Timber frame buildings, Rockley Hall Yard, The Headrow. Photograph by Alf Mattison.
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The Headrow (City Centre)
Black & White image1937. Left, no 5 - shop - Lithgow, perambulator maker 'The Pram Shop'. Entrance to Rockley Hall Yard, Rockley Hall was once an ancient estate. No 7, H. Brown furnishings. No 9, The Three Legs of Man public house, still retains its glazed victorian facade. Next is nos. 11 and 13 premises of C Parkes and Co - wine and spirit merchants and 'The Vine' public house, landlord J.C Birch. nos. 15, 17 and 19 occupied by Cromwells (furnishings) Ltd - frontage is obscured by a lorry. Entrance to Bramleys Yard, once an unhealthy area with houses and workshops. nos. 21 and 23, premises of Rowlands Bros - house furnishers. Various cars and vehicles parked at roadside.
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The Headrow (City Centre)
Black & White image17th November 1937. On left, no 5, part of sign for 'Pram Shop' can be seen, owned by S Lithgow perambulater maker. Next is the entrance to Rockley Hall Yard, once part of the ancient Rockley Hall estate. Premises of Brown and Co house furnishers at no 7. Three Legs of Man inn is at no 9 - landlady Mrs Beatrice Grant. Victorian exterior with glazed tiles, three legs logo etched on to windows, also on hanging sign, also Tetley Huntsman sign. nos. 11-13 owned by Chas Parkes and Co, wholesale wine and spirit merchants est 1850. These premises consist of the 'Olde Wine Lodge' and the 'Vine' public house, Landlord V.C Birch. The 'Vine' sign is a bunch of grapes. Vehicle on left, registration UG 3363 has load of cloths or rags, car, registration, CUA 397 parked outside 'Vine'
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The Headrow, Rockley Hall Yard (City Centre)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the South West side of the Headrow showing the Three Legs of Man pub, Rockley Hall Yard and Brown and Co. furnishers. Parked car outside.
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The Headrow, Vicar Lane (City Centre)
Black & White image18th December 1949. The South side of The Headrow just West of the junction with Vicar Lane. Premises shown are number 1 Barclays Bank Ltd. with their chambers at number 3. Number 5 is Lithgow Ltd. the pram shop. Next is Rockley Hall Yard. Down Vicar Lane Direct Woollen Supply and Jack Appleyard clothier can be seen. A man can be seen holding a measuring stick. A double lampost, bollard and planter are visible.
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The Headrow; The Three Legs of Man public house (City Centre)
Black & White image17th November 1937. On left, no 5, part of sign for 'The Pram Shop' can be seen. Next is the entrance to Rockley Hall estate. Premises of Brown and Co house furnishers at no 7 Three Legs of Man inn at no 9 - landlady - Mrs Beatrice Grant. Victorian exterior, glazed tiles, Three Legs logo etched on to windows, also on hanging sign, also Tetleys huntsman sign. No 11 is Wine Lodge - listed as premises of C Parkes and Co Wine Merchants - licence warrant above door is for a William Harrison. Two vehicles parked, one with sheeted load, the other registration no UG 3363, seems to be loaded with rags or cloths.
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Three Legs of Man Inn Yard (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1900. Inn situated in Lowerhead Row, in Rockly Hall Yard. There is a carriage in the yard and two men and a woman are standing near the steps.
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