|||A.R.P Demolition squad (Unknown) (1 comment)
|13th July 1939.
Members of an ARP Rescue Party stand on the back of a truck, used as an emergency vehicle. The men are dressed in protective clothing, with tin hats and gas masks. The man standing beside the cab is wearing a boiler suit. The truck belonged to M Harrison and Co, quarry business of Post Hill, Pudsey.
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|||A.R.P Demolition squad (Unknown) (3 comments)
|12th July 1939.
A.R.P. (Air Raid Precaution) rescue party stand on the back of a Bedford truck, equipped with ladders, rope and other rescue equipment. The men are dressed in protective clothing with tin hats and gas mask bags. The truck belonged to PE Snowden and Sons Ltd, Firth Road, Beeston, a building contractor.
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|||A.R.P. Demolition Squad (Unknown)
|12th July 1939
Builders truck, used to transport an A.R.P. Demolition Squad and Rescue Party. The men are on the back of the truck with ladders and other rescue equipment.
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|||Accommodation Place, nos.11, 13, 15 (Burmantofts)
This view of Accommodation Place was taken before demolition clearance began in the area, around the mid 1950s. This locality was Newtown, part of the wider Burmantofts area. The three back-to-back houses number 11 on the left, 13 in the middle and 15 on the right.
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|||Accommodation Road, no. 82 & 84 (Burmantofts) (1 comment)
View of nos. 82 & 84 Accommodation Road in the process of demolition. They were formerly the off-licence and grocers shop kept by Annie and Ronald Walker from 1929 to 1963. They were part of the Burmantofts clearance area.
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