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Search Aspect ( Pool Bank )
Location - Leeds & District

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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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Dyneley Arms, crossroads of Leeds Road and Pool Bank (Bramhope) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the Dyneley Arms located at the crossroads of Leeds Road and Pool Bank. The Dyneley Arms was first registered as a public house in the 1850s. Two men with their dogs are standing outside the entrance. The name over the door at the time is that of landlord, Ernest Anderson Movley.
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Red Cote, Old Pool Bank (Pool)
Black & White image21st November 1974. Looking over a wooden gate to Red Cote, a bungalow constructed in wood and in ownership at the time of Mr. G.A. Farthing of Ripon. It is situated on Old Pool Bank.
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Red Cote, Old Pool Bank (Pool)
Black & White image21st November 1974. View looking down on the roof of Red Cote, a wooden bungalow owned at the time by G.A.Farthing of Ripon. It is situated on Old Pool Bank.
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Red Cote, Old Pool Bank (Pool)
Black & White image21st November 1974. View of Red Cote, a wooden bungalow at Old Pool Bank, at the time owend by Mr. G. A. Farthing of Ripon.
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