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Search Aspect (King''s Arms )
Location - Leeds & District

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King's Arms Place (Hunslet)
Black & White image26th February 1959. Image shows the yard at the rear of number 115 Dewsbury Road and numbers 4 and 6 Pemberton Street. This yard is accessed by each house via a back door. Clothes hang on a line stretched across the yard and the small one storey structure visible over the yard wall with wooden doors is a block of three outside toilets. A ginnel at the side of number 4 allows access from Pemberton Street. The first floor window in the corner is part of number 111 Dewsbury Road. On the left is King's Arms Place.
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King's Arms Yard, Headrow (City Centre)
Black & White image1925 Yard off the lower Headrow, it was to be demolished as part of the Headrow improvements. The narrow alley over the wall was Atkinsons Court. This would be part of the site on which the Odeon Cinema would be built.
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King's Arms, Balm Walk (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. Side view of the King's Arms public house at no.20 Stocks Hill, seen here from Balm Walk. This historic building, dating from the 19th century though with some alterations in the early 20th, displays the words 'Established over a Century' above the window. Despite being a listed building and featuring on CAMRA's Yorkshire Regional Inventory of historic pub interiors, it closed in Summer 2008 and at the time of the photo in Summer 2010 was boarded up and for sale. At the time of writing (2011) its future still appears uncertain.
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King's Arms, Balm Walk (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View showing the side and back of the King's Arms public house at no.20 Stocks Hill, seen here from Balm Walk. This historic building, dating from the mid 19th century with some early 20th century alterations, is now Grade II listed and features on CAMRA's Yorkhsire Regional Inventory of historic pub interiors. Despite this, it closed down in 2008 and at the time of the photo in Summer 2010 is boarded up and for sale. At the time of writing (2011) its future is still unclear.
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King's Arms, Balm Walk (Holbeck)
Colour image2010. View from Balm Walk showing the rear of the King's Arms public house, situated at no.20 Stocks Hill. The pub closed in Summer 2008 and at the time of the photo in Summer 2010 is boarded up and for sale. The building which dates from the mid 19th century is now Grade II listed. On the left of the image, partially obscured by a tree, is Meynell Heights, a block of high-rise flats.
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