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Advertising Hoardings (Stourton) (3 comments)
Black & White image31st January 1939. View of advertsing signs on Wakefield Road at Thwaite gate.
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Compressor, Thwaite Mills (Stourton) (1 comment)
Black & White imageFebruary 1984. Photograph of a compressor built by WH Horn at Thwaite Mills. The Horn family owned the mills from 1872 - 1976. Between 1900-1915 the Horns experimented with producing engineering goods.
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Dandy Row and Skelton Grange Power Station (Stourton) (1 comment)
Black & White imagec1950s. View shows the cottages at Dandy Row, Thwaite, alongside the River Aire. Dandy Row housed workers at Thwaite Mills, and was effectively an island, surrounded by the River Aire, the Aire & Calder Navigation, and the mill stream. They feature id displays at Thwaite Mills, now a museum, and were demolished in 1968. Skelton Grange 'A' power station is visible behind the cottages, with two cooling towers at this time. Four more towers were added when the 'B' power station was built in the early 1960s, although one was demolished around 1982. The power station closed in 1995 and was then dismantled, but the associated substation still remains.
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Entrance to Thwaite Mills (Stourton)
Colour image11th November 1999 View looking along Thwaite Lane on to entrance to Thwaite Mill. Electricity Pylon can be seen on left.
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Fault near Bell Hill (Stourton)
Black & White image20th September 1935. A view of a fault near Bell Hill, Stourton. The photo shows the condition of the concrete with the asphalt surface removed.
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