|||Queens Arcade, looking towards Briggate (City Centre)
Image shows the Queens Arcade looking in the direction of Briggate. It was built in 1889 to designs by architect Edward Clark of London. Formerly, it was the site of the Rose and Crown Yard. The Queens Arcade runs between Lands Lane and Briggate.
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|||Rose and Crown Yard (City Centre)
|1887. Now the Queen's Arcade. Image shows Rose and Crown Hotel, lighted signs for Bink's Bars no 1 and 2 and billiard rooms. Opposite is Morley Dining Room which offers ladies rooms, good beds, tobacco and cigars.
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|||Rose and Crown Yard, off Briggate (City Centre)
View of the Rose and Crown Yard looking across Lands Lane to King Charles Croft. The larger of the two gas lamps is outside the Theatre Royal, the proprietor of the day was Jos. Hobson. The Rose and Crown Public House was a coaching inn, also known as 'Binks Hotel' after the landlady, Maria Binks. The Rose and Crown Yard was replaced by the Queen's arcade designed by architect, Edward Clark of London and opened in 1889. It linked Lands Lane with Briggate.
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