|||Anchor Inn, 94 Church Street (Hunslet) (11 comments)
|c early 1970s.
View of the Anchor Inn, located at number 94 Church Street, with rendered exterior painted in a mustard shade. The Anchor Inn was, at one time, one of fifty public houses in Hunslet. Nowadays, only 16 remain but this is one that no longer exists. Smiths Court is visible on the left and the corner with Anchor Street is seen right. Bob Rayner's barber's shop is housed in number 92A Church Street, also on the right.
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|||Anchor Inn, 94 Church Street, Group of men (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Image shows a group of men, smartly dressed, photographed outside the Anchor Inn at 94 Church Street.
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|||Anchor Inn, 94 Church Street, group of men (Hunslet) (6 comments)
View of a group of men, taken outside the Anchor Inn, at 94 Church Street. A young girl stands at the centre of the group on the front row.
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|||Anchor Inn, before the annual trip to Blackpool. (Hunslet) (18 comments)
Image shows a large group of men gathered together outside the Anchor Inn at 94 Church Street. Many are smiling as they are about to embark on their annual trip to Blackpool. John Stokes is on the front row, third from the left.
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