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Search Aspect ( Roberts Mart )
Location - Leeds & District

East Street (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White imageView from Timble Bridge of the back of property lining Timble Beck. In the background can be seen the factory of Roberts Mart and Co Ltd.
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Jousting in the tiltyard of the Royal Armouries, Clarence Dock (Hunslet)
Colour image2009. Image shows a jousting tournament underway in the tiltyard of the Royal Armouries Museum at Clarence Dock. The 150 metre arena holds regular displays of horsemanship, falconry and skill at arms. In the background Roberts Wharf, a residential development of apartments can be seen. It was formerly Bank Mills buildings dating from between 1824 and 1856. The textile mills were sold at auction in 1882 to Roberts Mart & Co. The firm produced paper and packaging materials. Roberts Wharf is a Grade II listed brick building on the northern bank of the River Aire, addressed as Neptune Street.
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Leeds Lock, Waterfront (City Centre)
Colour image1992, View of boats in Leeds Lock. Disused warehouses can be seen as can Bark Mills now owned by Roberts Mart.
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River Aire, Roberts Mart and Rose Wharf (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image1977. View shows buildings on the north-east bank of the River Aire, east of Crown Point Bridge. On the left is the Grade II listed former Bank Mills, occupied here by Roberts Mart & Co., manufacturers of paper and packaging materials. It has since been redeveloped as Roberts Wharf residential apartments. To the right is Rose Wharf, another listed building which was formerly a flax mill and has since been restored as an office complex.
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Roberts Mart, Rear View (City Centre)
Colour image1992, Rear view of Roberts Mart on the banks of the River Aire. These converted mills were built between 1824 and 1856.
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