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Ivegate, Yeadon (Yeadon) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Ivegate, Yeadon, at the junction with Sandy Way. The building in the centre is a confectioners, listed in 1917 and 1920s Trade Directories as being run by a Sarah Ann Hancock. The end property of the row of buildings was demolished some time before the 1960s. Further back can be seen the Cricketers Arms, licensee William Marshall. The pub and the majority of the buildings around it were demolished in the 1950s, leaving the four terraced houses standing, and the area is now a car park. In the background, Manor Woollen Mills can be seen.
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Sandy Way no. 23, The Oldest Fish and Chip Shop in the World (Yeadon) (17 comments)
Colour imageOctober 2003 Sandy Way, showing number 23 and shop front boasting 'The Oldest Fish and Chip Shop in the World'. Sandy Way is situated at the bottom of the steep.
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