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Search Aspect (Wheat Sheaf )
Location - Leeds & District

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Wheat Sheaf Inn, America Moor Lane, football team (Morley)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows an unnamed football team outside the Wheat Sheaf public house on America Moor Lane. The pub's landlord at the time was Luke Crosby, who later moved to the Cross Keys on Britannia Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
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Wheat Sheaf Yard, Briggate (City Centre)
Black & White image8th March 1902 Showing the interior of Wheat Sheaf Yard. On the right is Thomas Clowes, stereotyper's premises and the remainder of the yard is surrounded by empty, derelict buildings, predominantly 2-storey and brick-built. Towards the rear is an advertisement for Linsley Brother Gun and Rifle manufacturers. On the left of the photo is a cart with four wheel and on the right is an older man in an overcoat and cap. He is sweeping using a large brush.
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Wheat Sheaf Yard, Briggate (City Centre)
Black & White image8th March 1902 Showing the interior of Wheat Sheaf Yard, which is surrounded by 2-storey, brick-built premises. The ones on the right are painted white. This building is possibly the rear of a public house as there are a number of barrels discarded outside. There is a four-wheeled cart on the right. There are a number of men in the photograph, some smartly dressed. The entrance to the yard is visible on the left which is via an arched passage.
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Wheat Sheaf Yard, Briggate (City Centre)
Black & White image8th March 1902 Showing the interior of Wheat Sheaf Yard which is surrounded by brick-built 2-storey buildings. On the far right is an unused cart and also a horse and cart are stood in the yard.
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Wheat Sheaf Yard, Briggate, Clowes Stereotypers (City Centre)
Black & White image8th march 1902 Showing the interior of Wheat Sheaf Yard. In the foreground is the premises of Thomas Clowes Stereotypers and Electrotypers, although this is now empty. The yard is surrounded by 2-storey brick-built buildings, most of which are derelict. Some are possibly being used for stabling as there are hay bales and horse droppings in the picture. On the right of the picture is a cart.
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