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Location - Leeds & District

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Chancery Court (Holbeck)
Black & White image1903. Taken in November 1903, view of property in the courtyard which was shaped like an irregular oblong. In the centre are outside toilets. Situated off Stocks Hill, the property was to be included in the Nineveh Road improvement scheme.
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Engine Hotel, Old Run Road, off Manor Road (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Colour image2005. View of the smart cream and blue facade of the Engine Hotel in Old Run Road, off Moor Road. There is a decorative representation of a steam engine above the door casing. It shows number 16440, designed by Sir Henry Fowler in 1925 and built by the North British Locomotive Company in 1925. The Engine Hotel serves food daily.
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Hall Orchards, house and garden (Wetherby)
Colour imageAugust 1964 Work has begun at the site of Hall Orchards house and garden to erect a new housing development by Ashton's. A sign on the land advertises the houses for sale. The development is located off York Road.
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Hopeville, interior view (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated This is the interior of a large house known as Hopeville, situated between what was then South View Road and Harper Lane. It is likley that the photograph was taken by Ernest Ethelbert Slater, son of Philemon Slater, the local historian. E. E. Slater once owned the property and was an amateur photographer.
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John O'Gaunt Hotel. (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of John O'Gaunt Hotel on Pontefract Road. A reason for the open shed alongside the hotel is explained by the hotels slogan 'Good accommodation for man and beast'. Legend has it that John of Gaunt killed the last wild boar. Built by Mr. James Venty soon after the turnpike was formed in 1822.
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