Undated: A white cross, so called because it was probably made from limestone, stood here as a boundary marker.
This was the terminus for trams, two of them can be seen.
The White Cross Hotel bears the "huntsman" sign for Tetley's ales.
This image has no date but it is thought to be before 1934.
From Martin Bairstow: The two trams are at their White Cross terminus. They are balcony trams, not
fully enclosed. There is no motor traffic. It looks to be a special occasion
with a police presence. In the foreground is a trolley bus wire. I think that on
arrival from Burley or Otley, the trolley bus ran a few yards towards Bradford,
then reversed a tiny distance towards Leeds so as to achieve a three point turn.
I think the wires permitting this are just visible but are almost bleached out.
The date must be between 1915 and 1928 but I`d put it early on in that range.
Undated: White Cross hotel, seen from across what is now a roundabout, Otley Road is
to the left, Bradford Road to the right.
This was the tramway terminus between
1915 - 1934 when the tram service ceased to run.