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Armley Mills Bridge (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Armley Mills Bridge reflected in the water of the Leeds Liverpool Canal. It is one of the original canal bridges and crosses between Armley Mills and a river ford leading to Milford Place. From there, there were old trackways to Headingley, Burley and Leeds. The Armley Mills Bridge is numbered 225 in the sequence of bridges between Leeds Liverpool. Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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Armley Mills Bridge crossing the Leeds Liverpool Canal. (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Armley Mills Bridge, one of the original canal bridges, crossing the Leeds Liverpool Canal. It is numbered as 225 in the sequence of numbered canal bridges between Leeds and Liverpool. Armley Mills is located between the River Aire and the canal and currently houses Leeds Industrial Museum. Photograph courtesy of Terry Cryer.
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Armley Mills from the east (Armley)
Black & White imagec. 1969. View of Armley Mills from the east showing the tail race, (man made channel).
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Armley Mills from the east (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1970s. View of Armley Mills from the east. This photograph was taken prior to the clearing of the head race and rebuilding of the left hand retaining wall but after removal of a concrete walkway. At this time the mills were owned by Leeds City Council and were later reopened in 1982 as Leeds Industrial Museum.
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Armley Mills, bales (Armley)
Black & White imagec.1946 View of unloading ramp for bales outside Cole's Shed at Armley Mills. Main mill building in the background. At this time the mill was owned by Bentley and Tempest, woollen manufacturers.
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