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Airedale Mill on the banks of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal (Rodley) (1 comment)
Spring 2004. View of Airedale Mill on the banks of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal at Rodley. This was a woollen mill described as commission scribblers, spinners and finishers. Financial records for Airedale Mill date back to 1860. Premises are advertised for sale or let for industrial/warehouse use.
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Airedale Mill, Site of (Rodley)
Spring 2004. Stone buildings on the site of Airedale Mill, on the banks of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal at Rodley. These buildings are advertised by Eddison's for sale or let as industrial or warehouse premises. A sign on the gable end reads 'George Barker and Company Leeds Limited'.
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Back Wood Street (Rodley) (1 comment)
9th February 1965 In the centre of this view are the remains of back-to-back houses which stood on Wood Street to the left and Back Wood Street(North) to the right. The symmetry in house structure is clearly visible with the central dividing line and identical staircases. The backs of numbers 9 and 7 Wood Street can be seen on the right edge.
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Back Wood Street No.6 (Rodley) (1 comment)
Undated. Image shows a stone built back-to-back terraced house listed as belonging to Messrs W.H. Ketteringham & Sons. Washing lines are visible stretched across the street from outside.
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Back Wood Street nos. 1, 3 (Rodley)
8th February 1965 View shows houses on the unmade Back Wood Street. On the left edge, part of number 1 is just visible. A white drainpipe shows where number 3 begins. Considerable structural changes have been made to these properties. A large archway has been bricked up in the centre and a doorway has been removed towards the right of the building. It is possible that number 3 had originally been one property later converted to two. A pair of outside toilets can be seen towards the right with the side of number 4 Wharfe Place visible in the background.
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