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Location - Leeds & District

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Bridge House West, Pollard Lane (Newlay) (4 comments)
Black & White image7th October 1963 This stone-built, ivy-clad property was known as Bridge House West. It shared a party wall with Bridge House which fronted onto Pollard Lane. A path leads through the garden where to the left a wooden fronted outbuilding appears in danger of collapse.
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Bridge House, Pollard Lane, Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Newlay)
Black & White image7th October 1963 View looks across the Leeds and Liverpool Canal which is just out of view along the bottom edge of the photograph. Bridge House and Bridge House West are visible. Bridge House, to the left, faced onto Pollard Lane. towards the right, an outbuilding is supported by two legs.
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Hunslet Road, Hunslet Lane junction, Bridge House (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows Leeds Bridge House situated at the junction of Hunslet Road (left) and Hunslet Lane (right). This triangular-shaped building, built as a Temperance Hotel in 1875, is here occupied by a printing firm. Tetley's Brewery can be seen in the background on the left.
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Leeds Bridge (City Centre)
Colour image1999. View looking from Bridge End onto Leeds Bridge. The tall red brick building that can be seen in distance is Leeds bridge house which was built as a Temperance Hotel about 1875. It is now offices.
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Leeds Bridge House (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Colour image17th September 1999. View of Leeds Bridge House on junction of Meadow Lane with Hunslet Road. The building was built as a Temperance Hotel around 1875, but later housed a variety of functions. The Adelphi public house can just be seen on the left with the Salem Chapel just visible on the right.
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