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Search Aspect (White Horse )
Location - Leeds & District

Armley White Horse Inn Town Street. (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated. A view of Armley White Horse Inn in the central end of town street and opposite Armley Moor. A large group of men are posing for the camera. One is holding up a Newspaper signs for Spencers arms and possibly Albion Brewery can be seen on the building. Above the door is the licencee name is Ralph Rowark who is listed as the licencee in the 1925 directory of Leeds.
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Boar Lane, Nos. 1 - 14 (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970s. View of Boar Lane showing nos. 1 - 14, taken in the mid 1970s. No. 14 on the right is the Singer Sewing Machine Co. Next to this is the junction with White Horse Street, then no. 13 Finlay's tobacconist, no. 12 Stone-Dri weather wear and nos.10-11, temporary premises of Rawcliffe's clothiers. The next shop is vacant. Just visible at the end of the row is no.1 Alexandre Menswear. The Corn Exchange can be seen in the distance.
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Boar Lane, Nos. 13 - 21 (City Centre)
Black & White image1970s. View of Boar Lane from around the mid 1970s. Just visible on the left is no. 13, Finlays tobacconists, then after the junction with White Horse Street is no. 14 the Singer Sewing Machine Co, followed by no. 15 Finigans Ladieswear, 16 Wakefields Army Stores and 17 Silvios Bakers with the White Horse Restaurant above. No. 18 at the end of the block is vacant then after Gascoigne Street is a gap where nos. 19-20 have been demolished before no. 20A the Elysee Restaurant and 21 Dunn & Co. menswear.
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Boar Lane, rear of nos. 14 - 18. (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1970s. View showing a cleared area at the back of Boar Lane, once occupied by various warehouses but at the time (mid 1970s) being used as a car park. This area was later (in the 1990s) to be redeveloped as Trevelyan Square. In the centre are the rears of nos 14-18 Boar Lane, between White Horse Street to the right and Gascoigne Street to the left. No. 14 is occupied by the Singer Sewing Machine Co. Ltd. In the background on the right is C&A while on the left the tower of the Royal Exchange House can be seen.
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Boar Lane, south side (City Centre) (7 comments)
Black & White image12th July 1955. View shows the south side of Boar Lane looking down White Horse Street. Many shops can be seen including Trinity Press Printers, The Direct Raincoat Co., Finleys tobacconists, Singers Sewing Machine shop, Tobacco Services and an Auction room. Several cars are parked on the side of the road and people are walking on the pavements.
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