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Results Found (19), Result Page (1 of 4)
Search Aspect (Unicorn )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Lower Headrow, Unicorn Yard (City Centre)
Black & White imageNo date Unicorn Yard, on the north east side of the Headrow, between nos. 18 and 19. View of yard, mixture of roof levels and building materials. The premises of the Unicorn Inn, which fronted the Headrow became Youngmans fish restaurant in 1914.
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[2]
Lower Town Street, Old Unicorn (Bramley)
Colour imageOctober 1974. Colour photograph showing the side view of the Old Unicorn public house, on Stocks Hill off Lower Town Street. Trees and bushes surround the building.
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[3]
Lower Town Street, Stocks Hill (Bramley)
Colour imageUndated. Colour view of the Stocks Hill area of Lower Town Street, covered in snow.The Old Unicorn public house is in the centre. In front of this is the Grade II listed stone wall topped with railings, which housed a drinking trough and water pump.
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Main Street, Unicorn Inn (Carlton)
Colour image2005. View from Main Street showing the Unicorn Inn, a detached building with a smart black and white painted exterior. A blackboard at the entrance advertises the opening times of the restaurant. Number 26 Main Street is at the right edge.
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Old Unicorn Inn (Bramley)
Black & White imagec 1966. Stone built inn. Two women sitting outside.
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