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Albert Inn, Morley (Morley)
Black & White image1911. Image shows a group of men, with a dog, outside the Albert Inn, on Albert Road, Morley. The occasion is not known. The inn itself was part of a terrace, Albert Row, near to the Miners Arms public house, and near to Morley station on the Leeds & North Western railway. The terrace had been demolished by the late 1960s.
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Albert Inn, Morley New Comic Jazz Band (Morley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. The notice held up by the side of this band of musicians states Morley New Comic Jazz Band. The photo looks to have been taken outside the Albert Inn, which was part of a terrace row on Albert Road close to the Miners' Arms. Whether or not this is a different band to the Parrock Nook Band, or the same band under a different name, is not known. Certainly it has the same type of musical instruments and similar comic dress. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive by T. A. Stephenson.
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Albert Square, Yeadon Feast, Off high street (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated Two small boys peer at the camera as they distribute flyers. The location is Albert Square, or Penny Fool Hill as it used to be known,and the occasion is Yeadon Feast, an annual event in the third week of August. In the background there are properties in Albert Square, the building with two windows facing is now an off-licence at the junction with Cemetary Road. It was built from stone from the demolition site of the 'Pick and Hammer' Public House in Harrogate Road, Carlton. The large stone building at the right edge is the Albert Inn which was altered in 1926 and now looks considerably different to how it does in this image. It is situated in the High Street
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High Street, Albert Mill, Yeadon Feast (Yeadon)
Black & White imageUndated Image shows the High Street at the junction with Albert Square at the time of Yeadon Feast. The feast was held during the third week of August when the local mills shut down and gave their workers a holiday. On the left the large stone building is the Albert Mill built in 1851 by Baldwin Brown & Co. During World War 2 it was used as a military store and the soldiers were billeted in the lecture hall, off camera to the left.The gatekeepers house is at the left edge. The mill is now demolished. The property with gable end right of centre is the Albert Inn in the High Street. In the background right, is the chimney of Union Mill built in 1840 by Baldwin Brown & co.
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High Street, The Albert Inn (Yeadon)
Black & White imagec1970s. View looking east along High Street showing the Albert Inn, a Tetley public house, in the centre. The junction with Cemetery Road can be seen on the left, while that with Albert Terrace is just visible on the far right.
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