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Search Aspect ( Bay Horse Inn )
Location - Leeds & District

Main Street (Kirk Deighton)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Main Street showing the Bay Horse Inn on the left. Kirk Deighton is located approximately 1.5 miles north of Wetherby on the ridge between the Rivers Wharfe and Nidd.
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Main Street, the Bay Horse (Kirk Deighton)
Black & White imageUndated. view of the Bay Horse Inn located in Main Street. Although the inn has existed for many years here it, did not alway extend as far as the corner. The corner was once occupied by an adjoining inn called the Greyhound Inn. Images of the Greyhound can be seen on the Leodis website.
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Main Street, the Bay Horse Inn (Kirk Deighton)
Black & White imageUndated. Many people can be seen in the Main Street standing within groups. A group of children at the left hand side, are of various ages and wear late nineteenth/early twentieth century clothing. Behind them is the Bay Horse Inn, at this time run by Landlord Martin Kelly. Also at this time there was the Greyhound Inn, adjoining the Bay Horse to the right, where the Landlady was Emma Mary Wrightson.
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Main Street, The Bay Horse Inn and Greyhound Inn (Kirk Deighton)
Black & White imageUndated. View from Main Street, showing the Bay horse Inn, left, which still exists today but appears to have been rebuilt. Immediately adjacent is the Greyhound Inn, run by Emma Mary Wrightson, a licensed retailer of ale,porter and tobacco. She may be the lady in the late Victorian dress standing in the doorway. The site of the Bay Horse Inn now fully extends to this corner where the Greyhound Inn once stood.
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Nos. 24-40 Bradford Road and the Bay Horse Inn (East Ardsley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageApril 1967. View of a derelict block of terraces, multiple windows and doors are missing, roof tiles have been removed and rubble and materials from inside the houses have been piled up on the pavement. The window of the house on the far right has abeen bricked up and on the far left, a woman and a child walk towards the Bay Horse Inn just seen. A ginnel leads through to the back of this terrace as these were back to back houses; the back was called Jeffrey View.
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