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Selby Road, Ivy House (Whitkirk) (7 comments)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. Front view of Ivy House, a double-fronted brick built house with slate roof, arched and sash windows. Behind is Whitkirk church. To the right of the picture are outbuildings and a streetlamp. The picture is taken from the car park of the Brown Cow public house, on the other side of Selby Road, whose gateway is in the foreground.
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Selby Road, Ivy House, (Whitkirk)
Black & White image21st November 1949. Ivy House dates back to about 1730, it was the home of Robert Roadhouse in 1890 and later the Piercy family. Thomas Piercy was born in 1851 and became a solicitor. He became President of the Incorporated Leeds Law Society in 1895 and was to become one of the oldest practicing solicitors in Leeds. The house became the home of the Martin family before the Church sold the house in 1986.
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Selby Road,Ivy House (Whitkirk)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. End view of Ivy House and outbuildings, with Whitkirk Church and lych gate in the background. A car is parked beside the gate.
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Selby Road,Ivy House (Whitkirk)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. End view of Ivy House looking towards Whitkirk Church. In the foreground is a barn, a large tree and a telegraph pole.
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The Brown Cow Public House, Selby Road (Whitkirk) (6 comments)
Colour image2000. The building seen here replaces the original Brown Cow public house which was the location for manorial court sessions at one time for Whitkirk and Temple Newsam. These dealt with aspects of land administration and issues concerning tenants. The present building, pictured, was designed by Sydney Kitson, Architects, and opened on October 10th 1941. It is sited on land once occupied by outbuildings of the original pub. The Brown Cow has recentley been closed for major refurbishment and re-opened on 27th May 2002. It has a restaurant and services the new Travel Inn built in 2002, since this photograph was taken, on the old ASDA site at the rear.
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