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Search Aspect ( Carr Mills )
Location - Leeds & District

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Buslingthorpe Lane, (Carr Mills) (Buslingthorpe) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated This photograph shows a corner of the yard which was part of Carr Mills. Situated off Buslingthorpe Lane and Meanwood Road, the mill had specialised in the finishing and dyeing of cloth, utilising water from nearby Sheepscar Beck, which formed the northern boundary. The section of concreted wall was the back of numbers 126-132, which was next to the old mill property and archway. The lintels and sills of windows which have been filled in can be seen on the concrete wall.
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Buslingthorpe, Aerial View (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White imageNo date. Meanwood Road running diagonally top left to right, Buslingthorpe Lane curling to the left on junction. St Michael's church next to it. Carr Mills complex was built around Meanwood/Sheepscar Beck, which was used for industrial purposes. The left portion of Meanwood Road was Woodhouse Carr.
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Buslingthorpe, Meanwood Road (Buslingthorpe) (1 comment)
Black & White imageNo Date. View looks south-east along Meanwood Road, Ridge Road running parallel to right. Left junction is with Buslingthorpe Lane. Primrose public house is on the corner, with St. Michaels Church to left. Many factory units comprise Carr Mills.
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Meanwood Road, Carr Mills, Buslingthorpe Lane (Buslingthorpe)
Black & White image1930 Aerial view of Carr Mills. Meanwood Road runs from the centre of the left edge to the bottom right corner. Buslingthorpe Lane curves upwards from the junction towards the right edge. Carr Mills complex is in the centre. At this time it was the premises of Haworth Bros, woollen printers, Peter Laycock, woollen manufacturer, A.B. Spink drysalter and J.C. Spink chemicals.
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