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Brown Cow, Selby Road (Whitkirk)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Brown Cow Public House in Selby Road. This is the original inn which stood at the junction with Hollyshaw Lane. It was replaced by a new building in later years, built slightly further back from the junction. A Leeds Directory for the year 1932 lists Mawson Movley as Landlord of the Brown Cow and this photograph was once in his possession. The Brown Cow had stabling for 40 horses, and a horse drawn omnibus can be seen waiting outside. Farmers farming the Temple Newsam Estate met here at six monthly intervals, in June and December, to pay their rents when they also partook of a rent dinner. Several people are visible in the image. St. Mary's Church and grave yard are located on the opposite side of Selby Road to the Brown Cow.
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Colton Road (Whitkirk) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Colton Road, on the wall of the cottages, in the centre under the eaves, can be seen the Templars Cross and the date 1732. This indicates that the property belonged to the Manor of Whitkirk, one of the Manors of Temple Newsam.
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Colton Road, from Selby Road junction (Whitkirk) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1966 View of Colton Road from the junction with Selby Road, showing, in the centre, the Grade II listed buildings of nos.1-2 Colton Road. No.1., with a car parked outside, is the shop of R. Hardaker, newsagents and tobacconists. The cottages to the right at nos.3-4 are also listed.
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Colton Road, looking north towards Selby Road (Whitkirk) (3 comments)
Black & White image20th October 1949. w looking north along Colton Road towards Selby Road. To the left is the listed Churchyard wall to the east of St. Mary's Church which probably dates from the nineteenth century. It is of dressed stone with rounded stone coping. The gate piers have gabled heads. In the foreground, right, are the ruins of late eighteenth century stables, also grade II listed. There is a large elliptical arch carriageway. On the centre keystone of the arch a Knights Templar's Cross is carved. The other properties seen in the background are grade II listed and are numbered 1 to 5 Selby Road.
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Colton Road, nos.1-2 (Whitkirk) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1966 View of the Grade II listed buildings at nos. 1 and 2 Colton Road, by the junction with Selby Road. No.1 is the shop of R. Hardaker, newsagents and tobacconists. A car is parked outside.
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