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Location - Leeds & District

Canal Street and Town Street (Rodley)
Black & White image1920-21. Image shows the junction of Canal Street and Town Street in Rodley, at the tram terminus and looking south-east. In the centre, at number 180 Town Street, is the premises of Miss Emily Turner, fruiterer, and to the left is the Three Horseshoes Inn, which is now named the Rodley Barge. The name of the licencee, John William Mathers, can be seen above the door, and this dates the photo to 1920-21. On the right, at the Terminus, is tramcar number 159, on route the Leeds Corn Exchange.
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Leeds and Liverpool Canal, from Rodley Swing Bridge (Rodley)
Colour image2000/2001 View of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Rodley, from Rodley Swing Bridge. The stone building in the centre is the Rodley Barge public house, which is right on the edge of the canal from this side. At the other side it fronts Town Street (numbers 182-184) and is situated at the junction with Canal Road. The properties and the vehicles on the right are in Canal Road.
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The Rodley Barge Pub, Town Street (Rodley) (3 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. On the right of the image is The Rodley Barge public house. The pub is located on Town Street with the Leeds & Liverpool Canal running behind it. On the left of the pub is a shop with a sign advertising 'Guns' above the shop window. It sold fishing tackle and, at one time, hired out rowing boats. In the distance on the far left can be seen the Swing Bridge for the Canal.
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