1: Opposite Town Hall Square, Whitegates now occupy the shop unit with the
advertising on the side (November 2012).
The Yorkshire Bank was built where the butchers shop is
A delivery cart is waiting in the road, the butcher is wearing a
striped apron and meat is displayed outside the shop.
On the right edge is a
The hoarding has several advertisements: a trip to Scarborough on the N
E Railway costs 2/3d, bicycles are for sale at £6 and can be purchased for 5/-
per month. Yeadon Waterworks have banned the swilling of flags (pavements) and
2: Robert Howard's shop is on the right with steps up to it.
He was a paper
merchant and also sold stockings, this was facing the Town Hall.
3: The young boy on the pavement is outside Providential House which was
Harrison's clothing shop.
The hanging sign in the centre advertises J Midgeley
waggonette hire, their stables were on the opposite side of the High Street.
the right is Yeadon Post Office, the wall letter box has the initials VR-
The cart belongs to John Dibb of Bradford, a corn
4: Looking down the Steep (Town Street) from the bottom of the High Street.
Ivegate is off to the left and Silver Lane to the right, In the background is a
snowy view of the moors.