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Results Found (6), Result Page (1 of 2)
Search Aspect (malt kiln )
Location - Leeds & District

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Maltkins, view from (Armley)
Black & White imageUndated View from the Maltkins, the local name for the area between Armley Road and Mistress Lane, once the site of the old maltings belonging to the firm of Tetley. Armley was a natural location for brewing as there was a pleniful water supply from various wells. It is recorded that in 1793 there were 10 malt kilns in Armley.
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Old Malt Kiln, Westfield Road (Carlton)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows an old Malt Kiln on Westfield Road, Carlton, just to the north of the village. It would have been used to process malt for the brewing industry. An old beam inside the building dated it to 1772. It has now been demolished, and trees occupy the site.
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Old Malt Kiln, Westfield Road (Carlton)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a detailed view of the derelict malt kiln that was on Westfield Road, just north of Carlton. The malt would have been processed for the brewing industry, and a beam inside dated the building to 1772. It has now been demolished.
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Well Houses (Bank)
Black & White image1929. Well Houses, situated off Richmond Road. This view is looking north-west. The central cleared area had been the site of a malt kiln.
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Well Houses (Bank)
Black & White image1929. View of Well Houses looking south east, situated off Richmond Road. The cleared ground had been the site of a malt kiln.
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