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Location - Leeds & District

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Aire Valley Dyeworks (Newlay)
Colour imageSpring 2004. Image shows the Aire Valley Works. This was a dyeworks for cottons operated by Whitaker & Aykroyds Limited in the locality of Newlay. W.D.S. Tooling Aids Ltd. occupied the buildings more recently. It is marked on later maps as Woodside Works.
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Aire Valley Dyeworks, later known as Woodside Works (Newlay)
Colour imageSpring 2004. View of the Aire Valley Dyeworks, now in a run down and delapidated state. It is situated in the Newlay locality and specialised in dyeing cottons. Whitaker & Aykroyd's operated the dyeworks for many years. In more recent years W.D.S. Tooling Aids Ltd. occupied the premises before they moved to their present location.
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Cow Beck Bridge (Horsforth)
Black & White image3rd August 1926. Construction work to widen bridge over Cow Beck, which ran down to Newlay from Hawksworth. Workmen are standing on new section of masonry.
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Cow Beck Bridge, New Road Side (Horsforth)
Black & White image30th November 1926. This is the point where the old Horsforth UDC boundary met with Leeds boundary, changing from Abbey Road to New Road Side. The junction on the right is with Hawksworth Road. Cow Beck ran under New Road Side from Hawksworth to Newlay. New bridge repair work can just be seen in front of advertisements on the right.
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Forge Locks, Leeds & Liverpool Canal (Kirkstall) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows part of a flight of three-rise staircase locks on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, built between 1770 and 1777 and numbering 8,9 and 10. They are located between Kirkstall Lock in the direction of Leeds(number 7) and Newlay Locks, in the direction of Rodley (numbers 11 to 13). Known as Forge Locks, they are situated opposite the site of the now demolished Kirkstall Forge. The locks are constructed with dressed millstone grit walls and have steps on each side. Steel foot bridges have replaced the original single wooden bridge on the downstream side of each lock gate. Forge locks are Grade II listed.
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