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Arthington Lane, White Hart (Pool) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th November 1979. View of the White Hart public house from Arthington Lane, with the junction with Main Street on the left. Formerly a farm owned by John Milthorp, the White Hart has been a hotel since at least the late 19th century.
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Back Lane, entrance to White Hart Yard (Beeston) (1 comment)
Black & White image1954 Cement rendered, brick built cottages in Back Lane, numbered 9 on the left and 8, right. Adjacent to number 8 is the access to White Hart Yard where the Old White Hart public house is situated.
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Beeston, The White Hart Inn (Beeston)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the White Hart Inn which changed hands between 1925 and 1927 to the licensee William Henry Louth shown on the sign. It was owned by the Leeds City Brewery Ltd and was originally the Old White Hart Inn, with the licensee Mrs Sarah Bently listed in the 1923 Directory of Leeds. Two people are standing at the door and a car is in front of the building.
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Briggate, showing the entrances to Bay Horse Yard and White Hart Yard (City Centre) (10 comments)
Black & White image1888. View of the east side of Briggate, showing Bay Horse Yard (left) and White Hart Yard. In the centre, at numbers 98 and 99, Smith Brothers, General and Fancy drapers is visible where a group of women wearing plaid shawls around their heads and shoulders are looking in the window. On the far right, at number 100, are W. Kettlewell & Son, carpet warehousemen. This is a photograph of about 1888 showing what was to be part of the site of the County Arcade (numbers 37 to 101), work of which started in 1898. It was built on the site of White Hart Yard, the entrance to which can be seen on the right of the photograph. County Arcade, designed by theatre architect, Frank Matcham, is now part of the prestigious shopping complex, the Victoria Quarter. The older Ordnance Survey maps show the site of the Market Cross, demolished in 1825, in the centre of Briggate roughly between Bay Horse and White Hart Yards. Horse-drawn carriages occupy the foreground. The photograph was taken from the west side of Briggate by Wormald of Leeds.
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Main Street, White Hart (Pool) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated View of the Main Street showing an old milepost in the foreground, left, and the White Hart in the background. the White Hart had been an old farm previously occupied at one time by John Milthorpe (1725-1778). The milepost stood at the front of Stocks Hill, but was removed for road alterations. A roundabout is now on the site. A couple are driving a horse and two-wheeled carriage.
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