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Search Aspect (Sewerage )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bagley Lane, numbers 23 to 27 (Farsley) (2 comments)
Black & White image10th October 1898. Image showing a three storey stone property located on Bagley Lane at number 25. It has a wood panelled door and the windows of the upper storey are multi-paned. It is listed in a Directory of Leeds for 1899 as The Valveless Syphon Company run by Raymond Gaunt. The building is flanked by two storey stone built cottages, number 27 on the left and number 23 on the right. The photograph was taken prior to sewerage work about to be undertaken in the area.
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Bagley Lane, numbers 25 to 31 (Farsley)
Black & White image10th October 1898. Image shows a row of two storey stone cottages located on the west side of Bagley Lane, taken at a time when the area was being assessed for forthcoming sewerage work. The door of number 31 is visible on the left, followed by numbers 29 and 27. The dwellings have panelled doors and multi-paned windows. The adjoining taller building on the right is part of number 25 Bagley Lane, and in 1899 it was listed in a Directory for Leeds as The Valveless Syphon Company run by Raymond Gaunt.
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Bagley Lane, numbers 27 to 37 (Farsley)
Black & White image10th October 1898. This photograph was taken in preparation for the sewerage work which was about to be undertaken. It shows some two storey stone built cottages located on the west side of Bagley Lane. The properties down the little snicket on the left number 37 and 35 Bagley Lane. Numbering continues along Bagley lane with 33, 31, 29 and 27. Number 25, the larger property on the right, was listed in an 1899 Directory of Leeds as The Valveless Syphon Company run by Raymond Gaunt. The snicket accessed Bagley Mills and went towards Bagley Beck.
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Balm Beck, sewer construction (Hunslet)
Black & White image14th August 1956. Sewerage construction at the Laporte Chemical works. Scaffolding rods on ground in front of building.
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Black Bull Yard (Hunslet)
Black & White imageJuly 1902. Located at 22 Black Bull Street, the Leeds Corporation Sewerage Yard. A cart for flushing out sewers can be seen, pulled by a horse.
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