THE ROYAL Engineer was a favourite watering hole for mill workers and those at nearby Bowling Iron Works.

Joseph Stocks of Shibden Head Brewery provided the beer at the inn - just one of their 111 licensed premises.

The Dudley Hill pub, which stood at the crossroads of Wakefield Road, Tong Street, Sticker and Rooley Lane, was demolished in 1962.

This picture was photographed and published by James William Griffith Watkins, a local crane driver and photographer.

It is one of many pictures contained in Old Bradford, a new book by Yorkshire historian and author Paul Chrystal.

*Old Bradford, by Paul Chrystal; published by Stenlake Publi