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Globe Inn, Sackville Street (Meanwood)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows a group of men posing for the camera ouside the Globe Inn at 116 Meanwood Road, at the junction with Sackville Street. The occasion is not known. The inn is listed as a beer only house in 1917, and shown as such on a map of the time. The building was converted to four houses in 2007.
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Meanwood Road no. 120, Globe Inn, Yard (Sheepscar) (6 comments)
Black & White image21st October 1960 Number 120 Meanwood Road is on the left. This is part of Sackville Street Post Office, business of G.R. Guest. The gates in the centre lead to the yard belonging to the Globe Inn public house. This is one of the few buildings which survive on this section Meanwood Road.
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Meanwood Road, Globe Inn (Sheepscar) (4 comments)
Black & White image21st October 1960 The Globe Inn public house, situated at the corner of Meanwood Road and Sackville Street. John Smith's Magnet Ales were sold, the landlords name was Richard Samuel Beswick, Sackville Street is on the right. This is one of the few buildings on this section of Meanwood Road which escaped redevelopment.
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