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Arthington Lane, Main Street junction (Pool) (1 comment)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of Arthington Lane showing the junction with Main Street to the right and Pool Bank to the left. The White Hart public house is on the right of the picture Midland Bank and B & P.J. Shepherd, newsagents, can be seen on Main Street, with an advertisement for the Evening Post and Yorkshire Post on the wall outside the newsagents.
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Arthington Lane, White Hart (Pool) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of the White Hart public house from Arthington Lane, with the junction with Main Street on the left. Formerly a farm owned by John Milthorp, the White Hart has been a hotel since at least the late 19th century.
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Dyneley Arms, Pool Bank (Pool)
Black & White image1986 View of the Dyneley Arms public house situated at the junction of Leeds Road and Pool Bank New Road. A pub has stood here since at least the mid 19th Century but the original Dyneley Arms was replaced by this one at some point. The pub as seen here closed down in October 2002 after suffering severe damage in a fire but after major renovation work it re-opened in March 2008.
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Main Street, newsagents and general store (Pool) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1900-1904. View of the newsagents and general store on Main Street, run at the time by Charles Denton. It is believed that this building has housed a shop since at least 1822, when it was a grocers.
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Main Street, White Hart (Pool) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View of the Main Street showing an old milepost in the foreground, left, and the White Hart in the background. the White Hart had been an old farm previously occupied at one time by John Milthorpe (1725-1778). The milepost stood at the front of Stocks Hill, but was removed for road alterations. A roundabout is now on the site. A couple are driving a horse and two-wheeled carriage.
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