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Search Aspect ( Gaunt )
Location - Leeds & District

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Arnold's Sand Quarry (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White image1931. View of sand elevator and washer on John O Gaunts Walk, Rothwell Haigh.
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Cape Mills, Farsley Beck Bottom (Farsley)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows Cape Mills in Farsley Beck Bottom, taken shortly before the demolition of the chimney. The mills manufactured cloth for military uniforms from the early 1800s, worn at Waterloo, Trafalgar, the Crimean War, the Boer War and in the twentieth century, the first and second World Wars. The first tenants moved into Cape Mills, in 1813 and were brothers Abimelech and Joseph Hainsworth. After the death of Abimelech in 1836 his sons continued the business and it eventually passed to the Gaunt family who were connected to the Hainsworth family by marriage. A sign in the background reads R. Gaunt & Sons Ltd. Nowadays, Cape Mills is the site of Cape Mills Industrial Estate.
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John O'Gaunt Hotel. (Rothwell) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. View of John O'Gaunt Hotel on Pontefract Road. A reason for the open shed alongside the hotel is explained by the hotels slogan 'Good accommodation for man and beast'. Legend has it that John of Gaunt killed the last wild boar. Built by Mr. James Venty soon after the turnpike was formed in 1822.
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Waterloo Lane, numbers 12 to 18 (Bramley) (5 comments)
Black & White image31st March, 1960. Stone properties in Waterloo Lane numbered from left to right 18 to 12. A coach built pram is parked on the pavement outside number 18, then number 16 and a grocery at number 14, proprietor, Eric Crossley. Number 12 is next to a snicket leading to Dixon and Gaunt Ltd, Wholesale Clothiers, and H.B.Brown, Joiner and Shopfitter. A low wall and wooden gate enclose a yard which accesses numbers 8 and 10, and houses outside toilets.
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Waterloo Lane, numbers 6, 8 and 10 (Bramley) (1 comment)
Black & White image31st March, 1960. View of Waterloo Lane showing the snicket leading to factory premises on the left. Two signs on the wall indicate the names of businesses operating from here. One reads 'Dixon and Gaunt Ltd. Workpeople's Entrance', the other (behind the street lamp) 'H.B. Brown, Joiner and Shopfitter'. Adjacent to the snicket is a yard housing outside toilets accessed by a wooden gate. The yard also gives access to numbers 8 and 10 (10 is at the end of the yard, facing). Number 6, opening onto Waterloo Lane is L. Horsfall, Plumber and Glazier. A traffic sign indicates the proximity of Town Street, off camera to the right.
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