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Search Aspect ( Mexborough )
Location - Leeds & District

Chapeltown Road nos. 213 - 221 (Chapeltown) (6 comments)
Black & White image4th January 1954. View shows numbers 213 to 221 Chapeltown Road. 'Cookes Tobacconist', 'Isaacs Fruit Shop', 'Steinbergs Poultry', 'Smuckler Provisions'. Newstands on the corner of Mexborough Avenue. Kingston Club visible.
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Chapeltown Road nos. 213 & 215 (Chapeltown) (7 comments)
Black & White image4th January 1954. The west side of Chapeltown Road at the junction with Mexborough Avenue. Shown are numbers 213 and 215. Shops include 'Cookes Tobacconists and Newsagents', and 'Isaacs Fruit Shop'. On the left is the Kingston Unity Club. Several newspaper boards are visible. On the left is a telephone box.
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Harrogate Road, postcard (Chapel Allerton)
Black & White imageUndated. 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, view from the car park of Somerfields Supermarket (Chapel Allerton) (1 comment)
Colour image1st January 2006. View of business properties in Harrogate Road from the car park of Somerfild's Supermarket. On the left is the former Mexborough Arms, now The Three Hulats. Originally it was the Bowling Green Inn and stands on what was once the terminus of the Harrogate turnpike (The Bowling Green was the site of the supermarket car park). The Bowling Green Inn was said to have hosted the first cricket match in Yorkshire in 1757. The parade of shops on the right, number, from left, 64 to 52 Harrogate Road. They include the Little Dragon Takeaway at number 56. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Low Road no. 68 (Hunslet)
Black & White image13th August 1929. From left number 68 Low Road, Public House, the Mexborough Arms, licensee Clement Leach. Notices on wall inform that fixtures and fittings are to be sold. Next right, number 66 Mrs Emily Owen, tobacconist. Numbers 60 to 64 premises of Herbert Elwood, newsagent. These shops face the Whitehall Garage and the Pavilion Cinema.
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