|||Aerial view of the New Inn, Churwell Primary School and the Churwell Feast Ground (Churwell) (5 comments)
Aerial view of the New Inn, centre, the Feast Ground to the rear of the New Inn and the old Churwell Primary School to the right of the ground. The licence of the New Inn was transferred from the Boar's Head Public House which was on Old Road. Churwell Primary School was situated on Old Road. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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|||Church Lane, showing the Park Hotel (Pudsey) (1 comment)
View of Church Lane showing the Park Hotel on the left, a Webster's public house. It was originally a farmhouse built by Benjamin Farrer in 1734 and has a datestone over the door. It became an inn in the early eighteenth century when it is believed the upper storey was added. It was known as the New Inn until the late 19th century when the nearby St. Lawrence Cricket Club site was acquired by the Local Board for conversion to a park. From then on the pub was known as the Park Hotel.
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|||Main Street at the corner with Leeds Road (Barwick in Elmet)
Old postcard view showing the corner of Main Street background, left, and Leeds Road, foreground, right. The four cottages left of centre are, from left to right, numbers 9 to 15 Main Street. Adjacent is the New Inn at number 17 Main Street. It is first referred to by that name in the 1861 census but the buildings are thought to be of a much earlier date. There is a sign promoting John Smith's Tadcaster Ales on the exterior wall. The reverse of the postcard bears a postmark dated 21st August 1933. A hand-written message mentions the immininent royal visit to Leeds of King George V and Queen Mary when they were to perform the opening ceremony of the Civic Hall (23rd August 1933).
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|||Meanwood Road nos. 78, 80, The New Inn (Sheepscar)
|21st October 1960
Wilmington Street is on the left. 'Decor' decorating store is number 80 Meanwood Road, then to the right 78 is the City and Estate Fisheries. The New Inn public house has signs for Melborne Ales. A public telephone kiosk is in the corner on the right.
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|||New Inn Court (Otley)
New Inn Court was part of a development scheme in Otley undertaken in 1989. There are thirteen shop properties situated around an attractive stone flagged courtyard. Because this is a conservation area great care has been taken to utilise the original building materials to harmonise with the surrounding environment. New Inn Court acts as a pedestrian link between Kirkgate and the Market Place and arrangement of seating and planting makes an attractive central feature.
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