|||Bridge over Wyke Beck (Halton) (1 comment)
|25th September 1931
View of bridge over Wyke Beck looking in direction of Halton. Tramlines can be seen on road with wires overhead.
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|||Bridge over Wyke Beck, construction work (Halton)
|13th June 1935.
View of bridge over Wyke Beck taken during construction work.
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|||Bridge over Wyke Beck, Selby Road (Halton)
|16th February 1932
View of trams travelling along lines over bridge over Wyke Beck on Selby Road. View is looking towards Halton.
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|||Brown Cow, Selby Road (Whitkirk)
View of the Brown Cow Public House in Selby Road. This is the original inn which stood at the junction with Hollyshaw Lane. It was replaced by a new building in later years, built slightly further back from the junction. A Leeds Directory for the year 1932 lists Mawson Movley as Landlord of the Brown Cow and this photograph was once in his possession. The Brown Cow had stabling for 40 horses, and a horse drawn omnibus can be seen waiting outside. Farmers farming the Temple Newsam Estate met here at six monthly intervals, in June and December, to pay their rents when they also partook of a rent dinner. Several people are visible in the image. St. Mary's Church and grave yard are located on the opposite side of Selby Road to the Brown Cow.
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|||Chapel Street Social Club, junction with Chapel Street and Selby Road (Halton) (4 comments)
Originally called Halton Institute, the foundation stone of Chapel Street Social Club was laid by Mrs George Lane Fox. The junction of Selby Road and Chapel Street, partially seen here was also the first terminus of the trams from Leeds, which opened on April 30th 1915.
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