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Search Aspect (White Horse )
Location - Leeds & District

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High Street, Public House (Wetherby)
Black & White imageUndated. This image is thought to date from around the turn of the century and shows the High Street and the close proximity of six of its public houses. The sign for the White Horse Inn can be seen, left. It changed its name from the Blue Boar after the Great Sale of 1824, but is no longer in operation. Further along is the Red Lion at number 19 and the Crown at number 25 High Street. On the right of the High Street is the George and Dragon, foreground. A sign indicates the licensee at the time was Mr. B. Simpson. As well as stabling for horses, accommodation for bicycles was offered at the George and Dragon, at number 10 High Street. Further back on the same side, the Brunswick Hotel is at number 22 and the Angel Posting House is at number 30.
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The White Horse Hotel, Boar Lane (City Centre) (3 comments)
Black & White imagec1866. View of the White Horse Hotel at number 14 Boar Lane (on the south side). In the background the scheme to widen Boar Lane to 66 feet is underway. This was to involve the demolition of several properties on the south side of Boar Lane, including this once important coaching inn. Next to the White Horse on the left is the entrance to White Horse Yard where there are several established businesses including Benjamin Randall Vickers, oil merchant and drysalters. On the right-hand side the bookseller, Thomas Fenteman has received noticed to quit and is selling off. Also in the background is Thomas Yeardley, Grocer, at number 150 Briggate, near the junction with Duncan street. A sign above advertises Flaxland Brothers, Tea Dealers & Grocers. Photography by Wormald of Leeds.
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White Horse Hotel, patrons, York Road (York Road) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec. 1910. Posed photograph of patrons outside the White Horse Hotel and public house. This was at no. 360 York Road. They were about to go out on an organised trip.
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White Horse Hotel, staff, York Road (York Road) (2 comments)
Black & White imagec. 1910. Photograph of the staff at the White Horse Hotel and public house at no. 360 York Road. The landlord in 1910 was Walter Alfred Harland.
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White Horse Hotel, Wellington Road, Armley Road (Wortley) (13 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, A 1950s view of the White Horse Hotel on the left is the view down Wellington Road towards Lower Wortley. Visible in the distance are the structures for the gas works. Below these is a polo advertisement with the entrance to the coal depot on the right. A parade of shops nos. 32 - 24 lead on to the White Horse Inn which boasts a large huntsman logo on the front proclaiming 'Tetley, Beer at its Best'. A woman and child carrying cases wait to cross Wellington Road. Another zebra crossing runs at a right angle to the first and crosses Armley Road. A small column on the corner of the pavement is a police telephone pillar and in the distance on the right, a sign advertises Esso as 'The finest petrol in the world.'
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