|||Balm Road showing gale damage to a furniture warehouse (Hunslet)
View of Balm Road showing gale damage to a furniture warehouse. The view looks southwards from Leek Street flats and shows Balm Road in the distance before it crosses the railway bridge. St Mary's Church is just out of view left and the pink building seen towards the left is the Black Horse Public House followed by warehousing and then steel factories in Midland Road. Off right in the foreground is the back of the Brassmoulders Public House in Church Street. Image and information courtesy of Steve Morrell.
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|||Black Horse Hotel at the junction with Kirkgate and Beech Hill (Otley)
View of the Black Horse Hotel at the junction with Kirkgate, left and Beech Hill, right. This building replaces the original Black Horse Commercial Hotel which was demolished in 1900. It was formerly called the Coach Inn and coaches left here every Tuesday, on route to York via Harewood and Tadcaster (1822). It dated back to the 18th century. The building seen here was erected in 1901 and boasts a fine mosaic floor to the entrance doorway and there is some elaborate late Victorian masonry work to the frontage. A group of people can be seen crossing Beech Hill.
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|||Black Horse, Mabgate (Mabgate) (2 comments)
View of the Black Horse public house on Mabgate. This site was originally Mabgate Hall. Built in 1673, this later became the Black Bull Inn. This was rebuilt in 1868 and became the Black Horse.
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|||Kirkgate, Black Horse Hotel (Otley)
View of the Black Horse Hotel at the corner of Kirkgate, to the left, and Beech Hill, to the right. This hotel was built in 1901, replacing an earlier one of the same name that was demolished in 1900. It is still there today (2008).
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|||Lloyds Bank, Black Horse Statue (City Centre)
|24th September 1999.
Photograph of a statue of a Black Horse outside Lloyds TSB building on Park Row.
The Horse by Peter Tysoe was added when the building was completed in 1976.
The rearing horse made from interconected bar of solid steel suggests the speed and complexity of modern banking.
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