Ivegate (2)

Ivegate 1979
Title Ivegate
Date 1979
Location Yeadon
Photo ID JH022
Comment Looking across the car park on Ivegate to the rear of Devonshire House, the lighter coloured buildings to the right of Devonshire House are on Devonshire Place, these properties front onto the High Street. Side view of the Town Hall is on the right. This photograph was originally taken on a 35mm slide and has been digitally transferred for us by John Hobson.
Ivegate 1980

JH048 – Ivegate, 1980.

Ivegate – 1980

View of Ivegate, on the left the gable end is part of Kettley’s furniture shop, moving right the Monday market can be seen on the car park, a temporary measure, it was reinstated on the Town Hall Square.
On the right, the road was once the entrance to Clayton’s Yard.

Ivegate 1986

FB497 – Ivegate, 1986.

Ivegate – 1986

A view of Ivegate, on the left is a bookmakers, then the Skipton Building Society next to the Crown Inn. Kettley’s furniture store is on the right. Donated by John Denison.

Ivegate c1900/1990s

N483 – Ivegate, c1900/1990s.

Ivegate – c1912/1990s

Old and new images of Ivegate.

Editor’s Note: In the first image on the right, correction to a typing error; ‘Coach and Horses’ should read ‘Wagon and Horses’.

Ivegate 2013

JA002 – Ivegate, 2013.

Ivegate – 2013

Ivegate at the junction with the High Street (foreground) and the Steep (Town Street) to the right. Seen on the left of Ivegate is a café/ amusement arcade, the entrance to Devonshire Place is here to the left of the arcade. Opposite are Rivoli Pizza, a shop which had sold soap products and has now closed (February 2014), Yeadon Carpets and the Great Outdoors store.

Ivegate 2013

JA016 – Ivegate, 2013.

Ivegate – 2013

Kettley’s furniture business is on the right.

Ivegate 2013

JA010 – Ivegate, 2013.

Ivegate – 2013

Ivegate, looking past the end of the High Street and up Silver Lane. On the left is Rivoli Pizza, moving right Exquisitely Divine selling soap products, next Yeadon Carpets, then Great Outdoors at the corner with the Steep (Town Street). On the right, at the end of High Street is a restaurant/bar called Penny Black, this was the former Post Office.

Ivegate 2013

JA021 – Ivegate, 2013.

Ivegate – 2013

This footpath is on Ivegate and leads down to Sandy Way. To the left the car park on Ivegate can just be seen, to the right is Devonshire House (Rivoli Pizza). Photographer John Arundel.

Ivegate 2014

N457 – Ivegate, c1912/2014.

Ivegate – c1912/2014

Before and after views of what was known as “Temple Bar” area of Ivegate with the Commercial Inn which was replaced by the Tarn Hotel.

Ivegate 2014

G446 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

A recently opened shoe shop in premises which were once occupied by the local family shoe business of Chippindale’s. To the left is a view of the High Street.

Ivegate 2014

L210 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

Ivegate, to the left is Clayton Grove and on the right Kettley’s furniture store. The Tarn Hotel is seen in the centre.

Ivegate 2014

L280 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

Looking onto Ivegate from Chapel Hill, the shop on the left is Rivoli Pizza moving right the next shop is vacant then Yeadon Carpets. The wall on the right was part of the old Wesleyan Methodist Chapel schoolroom.

Ivegate 2014

L287 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

On the left but not in view is a car park, in the centre is Devonshire Place, the top of the Town Hall can be glimpsed. Moving right, an amusement arcade, vacant premises then Bird travel agents, the edge of the Crown Hotel is on the right.

Ivegate 2014

L280 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

Looking from Ivegate to the bottom of the High Street where a bar & restaurant called Penny Black occupied the old Post Office building. To the right is “Rice” restaurant, on the right edge but not in view is Devonshire Place.

Ivegate 2014

R335 – Ivegate, 2014.

Ivegate – 2014

A view of Ivegate seen from the window of what was then the “Ginger Dog” coffee shop at the bottom of the High Street. The premises had been the Yeadon Post Office, since then a number of different bars and restaurant have opened here, it is currently an American style diner (February 2016).

To the left of Ivegate is “Wa Sole” shoe shop, on the right the shop with the green frontage is Yeadon Carpets then the “Great Outdoors” at the corner with Town Street (the Steep) where a red car is about to descend.


Photographer Carlo Harrison.

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Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 24 May 2021.
Last updated: 24 May 2021.

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