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Low Road, looking south-east (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Low Road looking south-east towards Thwaite Gate. The Old Red Lion public house is just to the left of centre while on the right is the Punch Clock public house. Yet another public house, the Crooked Billet, is just visible in the background.
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Meadow Lane, Old Red Lion (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour imagec1998. View of Meadow Lane showing the Old Red Lion public house in the centre, with cars parked in front. Dating from the late Georgian period, it is said to be the oldest pub left around the city centre and is now a listed building. In the background are Water Lane on the left and Bridge End on the right.
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Old Red Lion Pub on York Road at the Junction with Baildon Drive. (Whinmoor) (21 comments)
Colour image2000. View of the Old Red Lion on York Road. The front has been laid out with shrubs and there are hanging baskets at first floor level. The colourfully painted pub sign depicting a lion's head hangs on the corner of the building. There are plans for the new Supertram route to cross York Road by the Old Red Lion. It will turn left off Baildon Drive and meet the A64 York Road where there will be a signalised junction. Interestingly, the Old Red Lion Inn was the first Inn after the toll bar on the turnpike at Whinmoor, stage coaches used the Old Red Lion on route to and from York.
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Old Red Lion Public House, York Road (Whinmoor) (3 comments)
Colour image2000. A millennium view of the Old Red Lion Public House in York Road. The white exterior is festooned with hanging baskets and there are posters advertising food served on the premises. In 1881 the landlord of the Old Red Lion was Edward Brown, who was also a farmer with 12 acres.
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Shadwell Lane, the Old Red Lion Inn (Shadwell)
Black & White image1904. View of Shadwell Lane showing the Old Red Lion Inn on the left. In the foreground, right, are four stone built properties. One of these is occupied by George Preston, Provision Dealer and Butcher. The properties were built in the mid 1870s and there was no mains sewage until 1912. The road surface was still unmade at this time. From a postcard published by Parkinson & Roy Studios of Kelsall Street, Leeds. Courtesy of Shadwell Local History Society.
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