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East Street, nos.11-15

East Street, nos.11-15
3rd March 1910. View of East Street, near Timble Bridge. On the left at no.11 are Musgrave Bros, hydraulic engineers and oven builders, makers of the 'Crownall' Coke Oven, the 'Caterer' Gas Oven and the 'Leeds' Steam Oven. To the right, with showrooms through the yard, is William Short, coach builder, of Crown Point Carriage Works at no.15. This area is scheduled for improvement and two men are measuring the height of the building, one standing at the bottom and the other at the top floor window.

User Comments:

Raymond Jones.

After this building was demolished the firm of William Short moved to Lavender Walk and was taken over later by Benthoms Body builders . I went to work for them in 1944 as an apprentice and old Mr Short was kept on in the paint shop by the then owners Mr Benn and Mr Thompson i stayed there until i was called up for my national service in 1948. Raymond Jones.




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