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Location - Leeds & District

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A Remnant of Old Briggate, postcard (City Centre) (6 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This postcard, entitled 'A Remnant of Old Briggate', shows no. 56, one of the oldest buildings on Briggate. It was built in 1613 by Richard Sykes, who became an Alderman of Leeds in 1629, having been a key figure in the campaign for the granting of Leeds' Charter of Incorporation in 1626. The building is occupied here by F. Wallis, hosier and glover; the words 'Ye Olde Stone Shoppe' are seen above the name, and a panel above this says 'RS1613'. It was taken over by Timpsons's Shoes in 1919 and demolished by them in 1955 to make way for a new shop. The entrance to the Pack Horse Inn Yard is incoporated into the building on the left.
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Briggate nos. 55 - 57 (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White image26th October 1935. Walter Bramham and son, pork butchers, with Planet Cafe above the shop. Then, entrance to the Pack Horse Yard, hanging sign for public house can be seen. The Pack Horse, closed for redevelopment in 1987, was the oldest pub in Leeds. Next, William Timpson, boots and shoes. Upper shop facade, painted as black and white timbering. Number 57 is the Lancashire and Cheshire Rubber Co, makers of waterproof clothing.
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Briggate nos. 55 - 58 (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image19th January 1949. The west side of Briggate, showing (from left); number 55, Bramham's Foods Ltd, pork butcher, (with the Lonsdale Restaurant above); number 56, Timpson Ltd, boot makers, (on the left is the entrance to Pack Horse Yard, where a sign for 'Ye Olde Pack Horse Inn' is visible). A pillar box is outside. Number 57 is the Lancashire & Cheshire Rubber Co. Ltd. (waterproof clothing), also The Black Boy Chocolate Co. Ltd. Number 58 is the Dolcis Shoe Co. Ltd, which has a 'John M. Dunderdale' lorry parked outside.
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Briggate nos. 56, 57 (City Centre)
Black & White image26th October 1935, Entrance to Pack Horse Yard, with hanging sign over. The Pack Horse was the oldest public house in Leeds, it was closed for redevelopment in 1987. Number 56, premises of William Timpson Ltd. boots and shoes. Upper storey of is painted in black and white tudor style. Number 57, the Lancashire and Cheshire Rubber Co. makers of waterproof clothing. Also at 57 were the Black Boy Chocolate Company Ltd. and 57a Jim Windsor, turf accountant (Bookmaker).
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Briggate, number 56, oldest building (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White image1909 Situated between Pack Horse Yard and Albion Place, number 56 Briggate was reputed to be one of the oldest buildings in the city. It was built by Richard Sykes in 1615. It was a timber frame house, a plaque on the wall was marked with the date. It was demolished in 1955 for an extension for Timpson's shoe shop, which was next door. On the left, a sign indicates entrance down the yard for the Pack Horse Hotel, where the landlord was J.C. Whiteman. Number 56 had several occupants, J.T. Benn,tailor; Edwin Longbottom, hairdresser; Joseph William Bradnick, watchmaker and Frederick Wallis, hosier and hatmaker. Albion Place is on the right.
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