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Search Aspect ( Royal Oak )
Location - Leeds & District

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Kirkgate, Old Royal Oak (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour imagec1998. View of Kirkgate showing the Old Royal Oak public house at no.29. This old pub has been on this site since before 1850. On the left is a drop-in advice centre for young people. Cars are parked in front.
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Kirkgate, Royal Oak Yard (City Centre)
Black & White image1st August 1907 Royal Oak Yard. Brick built business premises. Barred windows at ground level with other windows above. Fire escape leading onto low roof. Baskets, boxes and metal drums clutter the cobbles in front of building.
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Royal Oak (Gildersome) (3 comments)
Black & White image1961. View of unmade access road to Royal Oak Cottages. This road came from Gildersome Lane, past Moorhead woollen mill to Royal Oak. A car can be seen parked outside one of the houses.
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Royal Oak, Numbers 7-11 (Gildersome) (1 comment)
Black & White image1961. View of nos. 7-11 Royal Oak, situated just off Gildersome Lane beyond Moorhead woollen mill. A porch has been added to the side of the terraced house in the foreground.
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Smith's Chemist at number 10 Cross Hills (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. View of Smith's Chemists at at number 19 Cross Hills looking towards Butt Hill. In the centre, the Royal Oak Public House can be seen at number 2 Cross Hills. At one time this building was Kippax House, the home of the Clayton family, well known locally; it was also for many years a G.P.'s surgery, where it is said that the cold rooms in the cellar were used as a mortuary.
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