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Search Aspect ( George and Dragon )
Location - Leeds & District

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Apperley Bridge, from a watercolour by Fred Swaine (Rawdon)
Colour imageUndated. Watercolour painted by local artist Fred Swaine showing Apperley Bridge with the George and Dragon public house in view, left. The site of Apperley Bridge has been a crossing point over the Aire for centuries when it was originally a paved ford. The first bridge to be built here dated from the late 16th or early 17th century but this was replaced by the stone bridge with two arches, seen here, c1780 to 1800. Apperley Bridge is Grade II listed. The George and Dragon dates back to at least 1587 and was originally built by the Atkinson family of Apperley as a private house. It was first recorded as an inn in 1835 but was probably established as such in the late 18th century, c1780. The George and Dragon retains many of its original features and is also Grade II listed. Copyright Fred Swaine.
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Trinity Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image7th July 1956. Elevated view looking south down Trinity Street. On the left are numbers 29 to 30, N.G. Bailey & Co. Ltd., electrical engineers; numbers 26 to 27, Blakeys Wallpapers; then George And Dragon Yard; number 34, J. Graham (Leeds) Ltd., home furnishers; numbers 35 to 36, Baker's Household Stores. On the right a sign for Johnson's Engravers (Leeds) Ltd (number 12) can be seen. The street is crowded with shoppers.
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Wetherby Bridge, showing War Memorial, looking towards the High Street (Wetherby)
Black & White imageUndated. A Snowy Winter's scene taken from Wetherby Bridge, looking towards the High Street. The 1922 bronze angel commemorating the Great War stands on a stone plinth above the bridge, right. Just beyond is the George and Dragon Public House at number 10 High Street. On the other side, at number 19 is the Red Lion. The image most likely dates from 1960s.
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