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Results Found (10), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect ( Thorpe Stapleton )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Anchor Inn, Rothwell Haigh (Rothwell)
Black & White imagec1915-1920. Image show a young man, possibly Fred Crave, son of the landlord of the Anchor Inn, pictured with his Douglas motorcycle outside the inn. In the background are the Aire & Calder Navigation,the Bullough Swing Bridge and bridge keeper's house. The bridge ensured that the right of way north to Thorpe Stapleton was maintained.
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Sewerage Thorpe Stapleton (Knostrop)
Black & White image27th March 1953. The trench with piles of spoil at either side contains a badly damaged section of sewer pipe. A datum marker is placed mid-trench. The top of this view is dominated by a large coal hopper.
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Sewerage Thorpe Stapleton (Knostrop)
Black & White image27th March 1953. The trench and damaged sewer pipe awaiting replacement by the new sections of Terracotta pipe shown at the top left of the trench. In the mid view can be seen the datum marker. Prominent at the top of the view is a coal hopper.
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Sewerage Thorpe Stapleton (Knostrop)
Black & White image27th March 1953. Showing the trench containing the badly damaged sewer pipe awaiting renewal. At the right of the trench, past the spoil heap can be seen replacement sections of pipe. Top right is Knostrop power station and to the left is a small van.
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Sewerage Thorpe Stapleton (Knostrop)
Black & White image27th March 1953. Trench showing the badly damaged section of Terracotta pipe awaiting renewel. New sections of pipe are shown on the right. Behind the row of trees at top right there is Knostrop power station.
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