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Search Aspect (Victoria Inn )
Location - Leeds & District

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Roundhay Road, No. 8 Victoria Inn (Sheepscar)
Black & White image15th July 1914. Situated on the South side at the beginning of Roundhay Road. A John Buck was licensee, he began selling beer and wine from these premises from 1900s. In this view the end wall has a sign advertising `Home brewed Ales`. Also ` Aladin Liquid Metal Polish`. There are posters for ` OXO `, Sanderson's Whiskey, Bass beer, Bull dog cigars and other products
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Roundhay Road, No. 8 Victoria Inn (Sheepscar)
Black & White image11th July 1910. Situated on the South side, at the beginning of Roundhay Road. A John Buck was licensee. He began selling beer and wine from these premises at the start of the 1900s, followed by Lawrence Swallows in 1916.
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Victoria Inn from Lowtown (Pudsey)
Colour image1981. View of the Victoria Inn looking from the direction of Lowtown. Straight ahead is Swinnow Road and right is the junction of Lowtown with Hough Side Road. It is believed that the Victoria Inn was built to mark the coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838. In the 1880s and 1890s there was a lively and varied programme of events here and several clubs and societies used the Victoria Inn as a meeting place. In the background at 195 Lowtown (Swinnow Road) The Britannia can be seen. This was formerly known as The King's Arms and therefore may date from the death of William IV in 1837. The inn changed its name to The Britannia when in 1881 the Britannia Cricket Club purchased the adjacent field. In the 1960s the pub underwent extensive alterations to become the establishment it is today. The woman with pushchair is crossing at the junction with Intake Road.
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Victoria Inn, Hunslet Road (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a large group of men, all in bowler hats, outside the Victoria Inn on Hunslet Road. The inn was situated on the north-east side of Hunslet Road, at the junction with Victoria Street. The name above the door is Albert Edwin Charlesworth, who was licensee from about 1887 to 1905. The area was redeveloped in the 1970s, and is now occupied by industrial buildings.
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Victoria Inn, Hunslet Road (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the Victoria Inn at 135-139 Hunslet Road, at the junction with Victoria Street. The building has undergone renovations since older photographs, with a new frontage, and new first floor and roof. On the left can be seen the premises of George Buck, tailor, at number 133.
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