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Search Aspect ( Harewood Arms )
Location - Leeds & District

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Harewood Arms Yard (City Centre)
Black & White image1901. The back of the Harewood Arms Public House is on the left. Trap door can be seen, used for access to beer cellar for deliveries of beer. Harewood Street can be seen through the archway.
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Harewood Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageDecember 1902 New building work is underway on left, completed portion has 'To Let' signs in window. On the right, lamp outside the Harewood Arms. Licensee John W.P.Heaton, this is number 9 Harewood Street, Ebenezer Street is at this junction.
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Harewood Street, Harewood Arms (City Centre) (5 comments)
Black & White image12th April 1912. Situated at the junction of Harewood Street and Ebenezer Street, Harewood Arms public house. Workmen can be seen measuring the property prior to demolition.
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Harrogate Road (Harewood) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1900-1904. Image shows Harrogate Road, looking in the direction of Harrogate. The photographer is thought to be standing in front of the Harewood Arms public house. The small cottages heading off in the distance are now demolished, and modern houses have since been built in a crescent shape set back from the main road. The turning on the left off Harrogate Road is Church Lane.
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Harrogate Road, Harewood Arms (Harewood)
Black & White imagec1900-1904. View of the Harewood Arms public house on Harrogate Road. Two men are seen outside and another group are to the right of the picture, while three bicycles can be seen against the wall. The exterior of the pub is much the same today except for the removal of the ivy growing on the walls to the left, but the street in front is much changed. According to the notice outside, the landlord at the time was John Ambler.
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