|||Harrogate Road, postcard (Chapel Allerton)
Postcard view of Harrogate Road showing the Mexborough Arms on the left. This public house had been known as The Bowling Green in the nineteenth century. In the 1920s a new Mexborough Arms was built to the side of it and this one was demolished. The new pub is now (2011) known as The Three Hulats. Further along, the terraced houses in the centre background are on Methley Drive. Two trams are seen on the road.
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|||Harrogate Road, trams (Chapel Allerton)
|13th July 1949.
View of Harrogate Road showing two trams, no.263 bound for Roundhay and no.133 en route to Lawnswood. On the left is the junction with Methley Drive; no.1 on the corner is the shop of Harry Ramsden, fish, fruit and flowers, not to be confused with the famous fish and chip restaurant owner of Guiseley. The building on the right is no.19 Harrogate Road.
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|||Methley Drive, Harrogate Road Junction (Chapel Allerton) (9 comments)
The north side terraced houses of Methley Drive. with two shops at the corner. No 1 Methley Drive is a greengrocers run by Mr Edwin Spink and no 19 Harrogate Road, a drapers run by Mrs Emily Walker. To the right of the shops can be seen the Chapeltown Council School built in 1878 by the Leeds Board it is still in use today as a Primary School. This picture is taken from the top corner of Montreal Parade taken in early 1900s.
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