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Results Found (16), Result Page (2 of 4)
Search Aspect (MOOR END )
Location - Leeds & District

Gasholder Terrace nos. 2 - 6, Gasholder Road no. 2 (Hunslet) (3 comments)
Black & White image23rd May 1968 Looking across Gasholder Road, from the left Gasholder Terrace is visible, houses number from 6 at this side to 2 at the corner with Gasholder Road. Number 2 Gasholder Road has a painted wall sign pointing to Clayton Son Co Ltd, Moor End Works. This was a structural engineering plant, producing boilers and gas holders. From at least 1890 these structures were made on this site.
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Middleton Broom Colliery, hopper wagon (Middleton)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a hopper wagon for transporting coal from Middleton Broom Colliery on the Middleton Railway. From 1960 to the 1980s thousands of tons of fabricated and scrap metal was also transported between Balm Road Goods Yard, Clayton's at Moor End and Robinson & Birdsell, Metal Merchants of Garnett Road.
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Moor End Farm (Bramley) (2 comments)
Black & White image13th July 1936. Backs of houses in Bramley. To left of photo is washing on line, sheds & cart. Back gardens & greenhouse to right of photo.
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Moor End no.s 57A - 59 (Hunslet)
Black & White imageUndated, 1950s image shows terraced houses on Moor End. The area in front of the houses seperates Moor End from Church Street. In the foreground is a sign stating 'Parking of Motor Vehicles is Strictly Prohibited'. On the left is Lytton Road, a person is visible at the end.
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Moor End no.s 57A - 61 (Hunslet) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated, 1950s image of terraced houses on More End. On the right is a shop with an open sign in the window and a toy pram outside. On the wall is a poster advertising two 1954 films, 'What Every Woman Wants' and 'Elephant Walk' at the Regal Cinema. On the right is Varley Square and a small boy in short dungarees and wellies stands in the foreground. On the far left is Grosvenor House.
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