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Search Aspect ( Concrete Mixer )
Location - Leeds & District

Ash Grove, static water supply tank (Hyde Park)
Black & White image8th December 1942. Construction of static water supply tank in Ash Grove area. Several workmen and a concrete mixer on site.
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Beck Covering, Lady Beck, York Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image28th April 1937. Showing the covering-in of Lady Beck and the construction method used, note the use of the wooden arch template. At the centre is a concrete mixer and slide. To the right of the site is the Lloyds Arms public house and, to the left, The United Yeast Co. Ltd. buildings (yeast merchants, Uneco House). At this point Lady Beck flows under York Street and then crosses beneath the London & North Eastern railway line, following the line of Duke Street before emerging at the other side of Marsh Lane as Timble Beck.
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Cross Stamford Street, widening (Sheepscar)
Black & White image9th June 1931. View of site of cantilever construction over Gipton Beck, showing construction method, workmen, tools or machinery, notably concrete mixer. Sign for J W Shippen, building contractor in the background.
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Dib Lane (Oakwood) (4 comments)
Black & White image10th December 1935. Beyond the row of mature trees there is a block of brick built shops, some are completed and occupied and some are still under construction. There is a concrete mixer and other building paraphernalia, including a tool shed. A pile of railway sleepers stand in the foreground. On the left are more trees and a road sign. Three cars are parked at the junction.
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Dyer Street, beck diversion (City Centre)
Black & White image1st July 1913. Ongoing work on diversion of Lady Beck. Piles of bricks and rubble in foreground. Several workmen and gaffers in view. Concrete mixer in view.
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