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Cross Hills (Kippax)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the Cross Hills junction where High Street on the far left, Butt Hill in the distance and Leeds Road on the right meet. Visible shops on the left include Cross Hills fisheries and the A. Plows family butchers. Visible on the right is a roundabout housing a lamp post and signs advising motor vehicles to keep left.
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Cross Hills (Kippax)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a view of the Cross Hills junction at the end of Leeds Road with High Street on the left and Well Lane on the right. Visible on the far left is the White Swan Public House serving Bentley's Yorkshire Brewery. Other shops visible behind the roundabout include a self service shop, the Cross Hills Fisheries and Smiths Chemists. Visible at the end of Leeds Road on the right is a West Ridings charity shop. In the centre of the image is a roundabout with signs warning vehicles to 'Keep Left'.
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Cross Hills area (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. Image shows the Cross Hills area, the town centre of Kippax. The building houses public conveniences and there are two small, landscaped gardens in front. Seating has been provided for the town's residents and there is a bus stop. The wall at the right edge belongs to number 11 Cross Hills, the fish, fruit and vegetable shop belonging to J. & B. Butterfield.
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Cross Hills as it joins Leeds Road (B6137) showing the Methodist Chapel (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. Image shows part of Cross Hills as it becomes Leeds Road (B6137). The large brick built Methodist Chapel stands at the junction with Well Lane. The building was demolished in 1969. At the left edge Kippax West Riding County Library can be seen at number 13 Cross Hills. Directly opposite the Chapel is the White Swan Public House at number 15 Cross Hills. The Cross Hills area is the centre of Kippax. Road signs point to Great Preston, Allerton Bywater, Aberford and Castleford.
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Cross Hills, back of Butterfield's (Kippax)
Black & White imageC1960s. View from the rear of the shop premises of J. & B. Butterfield. The shop, at number 11, Cross Hills, sold fish, fruit and vegetables. The Kippax West Riding County Library was adjacent, left, at number 13 Cross Hills. Other premises can be glimpsed in Cross Hills including Cross Hills Fisheries.
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