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Search Aspect (THOMAS SMITH )
Location - Leeds & District

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Central Library, float (City Centre)
Black & White image14th July 1962 Children Day float passing the central Library on the way to Roundhay school rock band posing as The Shadows. They are advertising apprenticeships with Thomas Smith of Rodley, crane makers
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Headrow towards Woodhouse Lane, Lewis's Department Store under construction (City Centre)
Black & White image14th October 1931. View of Lewis's department store on the Headrow looking in the direction of Woodhouse Lane. The store is in the early stages of construction and was planned to have five retail floors and also basements store service floors. A glimpse of properties in the Headrow are just visible, left. The crane in the foreground is property of Thomas Smith & Sons (Rodley) Ltd, Crane and Excavator works.
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Headrow, Lewis's Department Store under construction (City Centre)
Black & White image7th October 1931. In this image construction work is progressing on the new branch of the Liverpool firm of Lewis's, located in the Headrow. Properties in the Headrow are visible left. The view looks north west to Woodhouse Lane. The building on the right, glimpsed between the steelwork, is the City, public house and restaurant at number 17 Woodhouse Lane. The crane in the foreground is the property of Thomas Smith & Sons (Rodley) Ltd.
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Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Crane & Excavator works, Airedale Mill (Rodley)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal and towpath looking towards Rodley. The buildings seen left and centre are are part of the crane and excavator works once operated by Thomas Smith & Sons (Rodley) Ltd. The stone and partially brick building, right is part of Airedale Mill, a commission scribblers, spinners and finishers. Just on the slight bend is Moss Bridge, a swing bridge.
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Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Crane and Excavator Works (Rodley) (1 comment)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View looking in the direction of Bramley of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. The premises on the right are the Crane and Excavator works, at one time operated by Thomas Smith & Sons (Rodley) Ltd. Part of Airedale Mill is visible on the left. The photograph is taken from Moss Bridge.
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