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Aerial View York Road (Burmantofts) (14 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. This view looks N/E across York Road towards Harehills. There are several cars and trucks driving along the road. Along the centre of the road can be seen a double row of tram lines. There are factories beside the road including Smiths crisps and Wolf electric tools. Houses can be seen at top and bottom.
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Agfa factory on Seacroft Industrial Estate, Coal Road (Whinmoor)
Colour image2000. A view of the brick built Agfa factory on Seacroft Industrial Estate situated on Coal Road, off the Ring Road.
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Albion Works, Samuel Butler & Co Ltd (Stanningley) (1 comment)
Black & White image28th January 1955. This is a view of the railway sidings outside Samuel Butler & Co Ltd at their Albion works in Stanningley. The wagons are loaded with bridge girders ready for delivery to the new bridge at Cross Gates.
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Argie Gardens (Burley) (2 comments)
Black & White image21st November 1949. The back of a row of brick terraced houses. They all have wooden gates and fencing. The first unit on the left was flats and had coalbunkers in the front yards. The brick factory in the background is the premises of C.Gledhill & Co, carbon brush makers.
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Armley Ridge Road, Amen Corner (Armley) (1 comment)
Black & White image14th September 1949.View of road and pavements looking north to Amen Corner. The left-hand pavement is bordered by bushes and railings leading to stone walls painted in black and white check at Amen Corner. The right-hand pavement has stone walls and railings to the side. To the right beyond the road, are the backs of three rows of houses, with advertising posters on them. The middle one is for Dunlop, the one on the right is for Old Charlie Rum. On the left, beyond the road, can be seen Hirst and Thackway Ltd., weather coat manufacturers, the Leeds Briquette Works, and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Co. Goods station.
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