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Search Aspect ( Park Hotel )
Location - Leeds & District

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Burns Street, Shakespeare Street (Burmantofts) (4 comments)
Black & White image10th June 1960 The Roundhay Park Hotel, a Ramsden's public house, situated on Burns Street. To the left is Shakespeare Street, Shakespeare Place can be seen on the right.
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Church Lane, showing the Park Hotel (Pudsey) (2 comments)
Colour image1979. View of Church Lane showing the Park Hotel on the left, a Webster's public house. It was originally a farmhouse built by Benjamin Farrer in 1734 and has a datestone over the door. It became an inn in the early eighteenth century when it is believed the upper storey was added. It was known as the New Inn until the late 19th century when the nearby St. Lawrence Cricket Club site was acquired by the Local Board for conversion to a park. From then on the pub was known as the Park Hotel.
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Headingley Lane, from Hyde Park Corner (Hyde Park)
Black & White image24th November 1937. View of Headingley Lane at Hyde Park Corner with Hyde Park Road on the left and Woodhouse Street on the right. On the left hand side of the road is a sign for Billiard Rooms and another for National Insurance Dispensing. On the pavement is a child in a pram and a three wheeled bicycle by the road side. On the right are traffic lights outside the Hyde Park Hotel. Next is a parade of shops which consists of A W Bottomly, draper; C W Hardy, sells fruit, veg, game and poultry; taxi cabs office; Boots the chemist; Scarrs hardware merchants; G Crawshaw, chemist; H Spurr, stationer; then across Regents Park Avenue is Midland Bank.
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Hyde Park Hotel (Hyde Park)
Black & White image1890s. The picture shows Mould's Hyde Park Hotel in the centre with Johnson Bros Dyers and French cleaners to the left, by the junction with Headingley Lane and the Maypole Tea house just before. Woodhouse Street is to the right side of the Hotel.
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Hyde Park Hotel, Hyde Park Corner (Hyde Park) (7 comments)
Black & White image24th November1937. View of Hyde Park Hotel with Headingley Lane on the left and Woodhouse Street on the right.
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