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Search Aspect ( Coal Merchants )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]
Ring Road Middleton, Hilltop (Middleton) (8 comments)
Black & White image14th January 1944. Premises of H. Pickles, coal merchants, Hill Top, Middleton Ring Road. In the foreground is a rough field with dilapidated fencing. An arrow points to the location of H.Pickles' premises. To left of photo is a house.
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South Accommodation Road, Bayford & Co, truck (Cross Green)
Black & White imageUndated. View of a truck belonging to Bayford & Co. Ltd, coal merchants, of the London & North Eastern Railway Depot (Waterloo Main Coal Depot) on South Accommodation Road. Taken from when the firm was just starting out on its way to becoming a prosperous business.
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Station Road, Town End (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Town End, Station Road, showing Seaton's Coal Merchants' house and stables. The brothers Charlie and Harry Seaton only ever used horse transport for their business. The buildings have since been demolished but the Seaton name lives on, with an office block now on the site having been given the name 'Seaton House'.
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