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Search Aspect ( Rose Wharf )
Location - Leeds & District

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River Aire, Bank Mills (Holbeck)
Colour image28 September 1999 View from Rose Wharf along River Aire with Bank Mills in the Centre of the photograph. A cruise boat can be seen in the foreground.
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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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Rose Wharf, River Aire (Holbeck)
Colour image28 September 1999 View of Rose Wharf, the building in view houses Poulter plc.
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Waterfront Buildings (City Centre)
Colour image1992. View of buildings on the banks of the River Aire. Rose Wharf on the right was the oldest flax mill in Leeds but disused at he time of the photograph. Subsequently restored, the grade II listed building has won a variety of awards for the quality of the restoration including awards from the Leeds Civic Trust. It is now an office complex.
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Waterfront Buildings, Leeds Lock (City Centre)
Colour image1992, View of Leeds Lock and Waterfront buildings. The first mill is now owned by Roberts Mart, Rose Wharf flax mill on the right was later restored as an office complex.
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