Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds :: Shared Description

Abbey Inn, Newlay was used for inquests and as a morgue in the past. The bodies were usually of suicides found in the river and were kept there until relatives came to collect the body.
by Mark Stevenson
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SE2336 : Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds by Mark Stevenson
SE2336 : Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds by Mark Stevenson
SE2336 : Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds by Mark Stevenson
SE2336 : Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds by Mark Stevenson
SE2336 : Abbey Inn, Pollard Lane, Newlay, Leeds by Mark Stevenson


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Created: Sun, 1 May 2016, Updated: Sun, 1 May 2016

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