|||New York Street, The Regent (City Centre) (1 comment)
View of The Regent public house on New York Street, one of Tetley's houses. Craig & Co., solicitors, is on the left and the TSB Bank on the right.
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|||Otley Road no. 16, the Regent Public House (Guiseley)
View of the Regent, a stone built public house situated in Otley Road. It is a Tetley's House and a hanging sign on the corner depicts the Prince Regent later to become George IV. Tables and benches are set out in front of the building.
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|||Regent Street, looking west (Chapel Allerton)
View along Regent Street from its junction with Woodland Lane. The Regent public house can be seen on the right. To the left of centre is the rear of Hawthorn House, a Grade II listed building which faces onto Hawthorn Mount.
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