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A postcard of Briggate (Main Street) (Garforth)
Black & White imageearly 20th century. This view was taken of Briggate in the early twentieth century and became a postcard. On the right is Colliery Row and beyond is Eagle House. Most of the street was still dwellings houses, and the lack of traffic allowed the children to stop and look in the middle of the road.
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Aberford Almshouses (Aberford)
Black & White imagec1941-1943. View through the gates of Aberford Almshouses, listed buildings on the west side of Main Street. The central entrance tower can be seen and either side are the two storey almshouses, built for retired tenants of the Gascoigne Estate, between 1843 and 1845. At any one time the 8 units supplied accommodation for 4 men and 4 women. The almshouses were designed by George Fowler Jones on behalf of sisters, Elizabeth and Mary Isabella Gascoigne to commemorate their father, Richard Oliver Gascoigne who died in 1843 and two brothers, Thomas and Richard Silver who both died in 1842. Photograph by Leslie Chapman.
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Ardsley, Old Hall, Main Street (East Ardsley)
Colour imageFebruary 2007. View of Ardsley Old Hall in Main Street, a grade I listed building. The earliest part of the building dates from 1622 although there were later additions in 1632 and the mid 17th Century. It is built in sandstone with ashlar dressings, Ardsley Old Hall is a good example of a residence belonging to the gentry in the early seventeenth century.
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Arthington Lane, Main Street junction (Pool) (1 comment)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of Arthington Lane showing the junction with Main Street to the right and Pool Bank to the left. The White Hart public house is on the right of the picture Midland Bank and B & P.J. Shepherd, newsagents, can be seen on Main Street, with an advertisement for the Evening Post and Yorkshire Post on the wall outside the newsagents.
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Arthington Lane, White Hart (Pool) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of the White Hart public house from Arthington Lane, with the junction with Main Street on the left. Formerly a farm owned by John Milthorp, the White Hart has been a hotel since at least the late 19th century.
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