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Location - Leeds & District

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Fox and Hounds, The Cross (Bramhope)
Colour imageUndated. View shows the Fox and Hounds public house at The Cross on Church Hill. This traditional stone-built inn is believed to date back to 1728.
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Fox and Hounds, Tinshill Road (Cookridge) (8 comments)
Colour imageOctober 2003 The original Fox and Hounds was within the boundaries of Horsforth and occupied the bottom floor of a three storey building, the topfloor of which housed a weaving shed. It was bought by the Railways Board, prior to Horsforth Station opening in 1849, for use as a ticket office. The license was transferred to this building. The windows interestingly, are replicas in design and costruction of those found at Kirkstall Abbey House Museum.
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The Cross and Fox and Hounds Pub (Bramhope) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the cross at the centre of Bramhope. There is no date for the origin of the cross, however it stands on the site where once stood an 'Old Elm' tree and replaces a much more elaborate Victorian cross. Behind the cross can be seen the Fox and Hounds Pub.
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