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Search Aspect ( Stanhope Arms )
Location - Leeds & District

Eleventh Earl (The) (Horsforth)
Black & White image21st December 1983. View of the entrance to the restaurant and bars of the Eleventh Earl, formerly the Stanhope Arms until 1970. The public house stands at the junction of Fink Hill with Broadway.
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Eleventh Earl (the), formerly Stanhope Arms (Horsforth) (2 comments)
Black & White image21st December 1983 Image shows the Eleventh Earl, formerly Stanhope Arms which stands at the junction of Broadway with Fink Hill. It was built for the land agent for the Spencer-Stanhope Estate, John Hardy, as a dwelling house and dates from c1750. It is listed as the 'Stanhope Arms' (Victualler, John Oddy) in Baines' Directory of the County of York published in 1822. In 1970 the name was changed to The Eleventh Earl to avoid confusion with the Stanhope Hotel in Calverley Lane.
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Fink Hill looking towards Broadway (Horsforth)
Black & White image21st December 1983 Cars can be seen in Fink Hill at the junction with Broadway, background. The gable end of number 8 Fink Hill is in the foreground. Numbers 6 and 8 adjoin the Eleventh Earl public house, formerly the Stanhope Arms. A sign indicates the turning to the Eleventh Earl car park.
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Fink Hill looking towards Broadway. (Horsforth)
Black & White image21st December 1983. View of Fink Hill looking towards Broadway, seen on the right. The stone properties are numbered 8, left and 6, right Fink Hill. Number 6 adjoins the former Stanhope Arms which was re-named 'The Eleventh Earl' in 1970. On the left is a sign for the car park of The Eleventh Earl.
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