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East Keswick (East Keswick) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of East Keswick.
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Lych-Gate, St. Mary Magdalene Church (East Keswick)
Black & White image20th December 1920. Image shows the Lych-Gate at St. Mary Magdalene Church in East Keswick. The gate is inscribed with a dedication, 'In memory of the men from this village who gave their lives for their country, 1914-1919, Lest we forget'.
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Traveller's Rest, Harewood Road (East Keswick)
Colour imageJune 2012. View shows the Traveller's Rest public house on Harewood Road, closed down and boarded up. Plans by Irwin Ltd. to turn it into offices fell through when the company went into liquidation; at present (2013) it looks set to become a children's nursery. The Traveller's Rest had been the village's oldest pub, dating back to the 17th century when the road had been a major drover's route through Wharfedale.
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Traveller's Rest, Harewood Road (East Keswick)
Colour imageJune 2012. View shows the Traveller's Rest public house on Harewood Road. The oldest pub in the village of East Keswick, it is believed to date back to the 17th century, but is seen here closed down and boarded up. Plans by Irwin Ltd. to turn it into offices fell through when the company went into liquidation; at present (2013) it is expected to become a children's nursery.
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Traveller's Rest, Harewood Road (East Keswick)
Colour imageJune 2012. View of the Traveller's Rest public house, situated on Harewood Road between Harewood and Collingham. Seen here closed down and boarded up, this is the oldest pub in East Keswick, believed to date back to the 17th century. Plans by Irwin Ltd. to turn it into offices had been approved but fell through when the firm went into liquidation. Currently (2013) the site looks set to become a children's nursery.
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