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[1]Victoria Cattle Market, from Copley Hill (Wortley)
Victoria Cattle Market, from Copley Hillc1967. Photograph taken from the Copley Hill area, looking across to the Victoria Cattle Market on Gelderd Road. In the foreground, an area of the former London North Western Railway goods yard has been cleared. Beyond the Cattle Market are streets of terraced housing and corner shops, from left, Oswald View, Oswald Avenue and Oswald Place, which were all due to be demolished in a short time to be replaced by car dealerships and industrial units. The view look towards Holbeck in the background.
[2]The Old Corn Mill, Collingham (Collingham)
The Old Corn Mill, Collingham1911. View of Collingham Mill, looking north and downstream. The mill is on Collingham Beck, a tributary of the River Wharfe, and is located at the junction of Leeds Road and Harewood Road. The beck was broadened by a dam to create a long and narrow mill pond that ran alongside Leeds Road. The area was later filled in, and is now occupied by the housing on Millbeck Green. The mill, which ground corn, became a garden centre around 2000, and then converted into two dwellings after 2008.
[3]Spotted Cow, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Spotted Cow, Whitehall RoadUndated. View shows the Spotted Cow, a John Smith's public house, situated at nos. 122-124 Whitehall Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[4]Home Guard Platoon, Leeds Corporation Electricity Department (City Centre)
Home Guard Platoon, Leeds Corporation Electricity Departmentc1940s. Image shows a Home Guard platoon in front of Whitehall Road power station, with Ernest Seal, later a YEB executive, in the fourth row back, eleventh from left. The Home Guard was formed in the Second World War in 1940, initially in static units attached to places of work, in this case the Leeds Corporation Electricity Department, later YEB. The Whithehall Road power station was built in 1893 on the site of Britannia Woolen Mills, by the River Aire, and demolished in the late 1990s.
[5]Wagon and Horses, Wakefield Road (Drighlington)
Wagon and Horses, Wakefield Roadc1980. View shows the Wagon and Horses public house situated at no. 28 Wakefield Road, taken at a time after the pub had closed down and the building was being advertised as *For Sale*. It is now (2019) occupied by the Jelly Tots day nursery. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[6]The Railway, from Station Road (Drighlington)
The Railway, from Station Roadc1990s. View shows the Railway public house at the junction of Moorside Road (left), Station Road (foreground), and Birstall Lane, off the picture to the right. The railway line and Drighlington Station, which had been situated on the opposite side of Station Road, had long gone by this time but the pub remains there today (2019). Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[7]Painters Arms, Bradford Road (Drighlington)
Painters Arms, Bradford RoadUndated. View shows the Painters Arms at no. 35 Bradford Road, a public house which has since closed. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[8]Malt Shovel, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Malt Shovel, Whitehall RoadUndated. View shows the Malt Shovel, a Tetley's public house situated at no. 290 Whitehall Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[9]New Inn, Wakefield Road (Drighlington)
New Inn, Wakefield RoadAugust 1970. Image shows the New inn, a Tetley's public house situated at no. 144 Wakefield Road. Just visible on the right is the rear of no. 1 Oakwell Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[10]Old Cock Inn, Adwalton (Drighlington)
Old Cock Inn, AdwaltonUndated. Drawing entitled "A Corner of Old Adwalton" featuring the Old Cock Inn. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[11]The Railway, from Station Road (Drighlington)
The Railway, from Station RoadOctober 1992. View shows The Railway public house, addressed as no. 1 Birstall Lane. The road in the foreground is Station Road, while Birstall Lane leads off to the right and the road to the left of the pub into which a bus is travelling, is Moorside Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[12]Malt Shovel, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Malt Shovel, Whitehall Roadc1910s. View shows the Malt Shovel public house on Whitehall Road. A group of men are standing outside, including the landlord, Harry Liley, who is seen third from the left along with his young son. Harry Liley is listed as landlord in trade directories of 1912 and 1917, while in 1922 the landlady is given as Emily Liley, presumably his wife. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[13]New Inn, Wakefield Road (Drighlington)
New Inn, Wakefield RoadOctober 1992. View of the New Inn at no. 144 Wakefield Road, which was a Tetley's public house at the time. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[14]Painters Arms, Bradford Road (Drighlington)
Painters Arms, Bradford RoadAugust 1970. View shows the Painters Arms, a John Smith's public house situated at no. 35 Bradford Road, This pub has since closed. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[15]Kings Cantonese Restaurant, King Street (Drighlington)
Kings Cantonese Restaurant, King StreetMay 1994. Image shows the Kings Cantonese Restaurant situated at no. 1 King Street. The building was formerly known as Manor House or Manor Farm. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[16]Whitehall Road, Malt Shovel and Clough & Ward (Drighlington)
Whitehall Road, Malt Shovel and Clough & WardUndated. View of Whitehall Road showing the Malt Shovel public house on the left at no. 290, with Clough & Ward, cricket bat manufacturers, on the right. The Clough & Ward factory closed in the 1970s and the building was demolished. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[17]Spotted Cow, Whitehall Road (Drighlington)
Spotted Cow, Whitehall RoadAugust 1969. Image shows the Spotted Cow public house, serving Magnet Ales, situated at nos. 122-124 Whitehall Road. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[18]Black Bull, King Street (Drighlington)
Black Bull, King StreetAugust 1970. View shows the Black Bull, a Webster's public house, situated at no. 35 King Street. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[19]White Hart Hotel, drawing (Drighlington)
White Hart Hotel, drawingc1930s. Drawing of the White Hart Hotel on Wakefield Road, Adwalton, and its surroundings. The artist's name looks like S. Hollinshead. Built during the 1500s, the White Hart was the location of annual Horse and Cattle Fairs dating back to 1577 when a charter was granted by Queen Elizabeth I. The pub was demolished in 1964. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.
[20]Whitehall Road, nos. 258-260, formerly Crown Point Inn (Drighlington)
Whitehall Road, nos. 258-260, formerly Crown Point InnAugust 1969. Image shows a pair of houses on Whitehall Road that were once the Crown Point Inn. Situated opposite the junction with Moor Top, they are numbered 258 (right) and 260 (left). One was a through house at the time and the other backed onto Dean's Food Transport Office. A passage to the left of no. 260 shows a view to houses in the distance on Hammond Crescent. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive.