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Search Aspect (Golden Lion )
Location - Leeds & District

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Beeston Road, The Golden Lion (Beeston)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of The Golden Lion public house on Beeston Road, close to the M621 motorway. Formerly known as The Golden Lion, the pub has been there for over a hundred years, and has been unaltered for a long time apart from the addition of flower baskets along the front. A notice indicates that the pub is to let.
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Beeston Road, The Golden Lion (Beeston) (5 comments)
Colour image18th November 2005. View of The Golden Lion public house on Beeston Road, close to the M621 motorway. Formerly the Old Golden Lion, the pub has been on the site for over 100 years.
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Beeston Road, The Golden Lion, interior (Beeston)
Colour image18th November 2005. The interior of The Golden Lion public house on Beeston Road, showing the bar area, currently closed prior to it's coversion to a bar - restaurant.
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Bridge End (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image17th September 1999.On the left is the Golden Lion Hotel. Railway bridge runs overhead. On the right is Break for the Border, bar/nightclub. Traffic lights on Bridge End are also visible.
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Golden Lion Hotel, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Chris Barber (City Centre)
Black & White image1950s. View shows jazz trombonist Chris Barber having his hair cut by Sister Rosetta Tharpe at the Golden Lion Hotel on Lower Briggate. Sister Rosetta Tharpe was an American singer who mixed gospel music with jazz and blues and was a big influence to many jazz and blues musicians both in the UK and the US. She was booked by Chris Barber for a tour of the UK in the 1950s which included performances in Leeds. Barber has been the leader of the Chris Barber Jazz Band since the 1950s and is still performing today (2012). Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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