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Search Aspect ( Lady Beck )
Location - Leeds & District

Beck Covering, Lady Beck, York Street (City Centre) (4 comments)
Black & White image28th April 1937. Showing the covering-in of Lady Beck and the construction method used, note the use of the wooden arch template. At the centre is a concrete mixer and slide. To the right of the site is the Lloyds Arms public house and, to the left, The United Yeast Co. Ltd. buildings (yeast merchants, Union House). At this point Lady Beck flows under York Street and then crosses beneath the London & North Eastern railway line, following the line of Duke Street before emerging at the other side of Marsh Lane as Timble Beck.
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Cross Stamford Street, beck covering (Sheepscar)
Black & White image10th January 1934. View of old bridge face beneath Cross Stamford Street, during construction work on beck covering.
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Dyer Street beck covering (City Centre)
Black & White image2nd April 1935. View along Lady Beck, towards Parish Church, showing demolition of old bridge on Dyer Street. There are men working on the bridge, and a large crane in view. In the background can be seen the United Yeast Co. building on York Street, the tower of the Parish Church and a chimney. Wooden fencing separates the site from buildings behind.
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Dyer Street beck covering (City Centre)
Black & White image2nd May 1935. Construction of beck covering over Lady Beck between Dyer Street and Eastgate. The beck runs in a stone channel with walkways on either side. A timber structure has been built over the beck. Workmen's tools, a ladder and a large metal container can be seen in the picture.
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Dyer Street bridge and retaining wall, looking north (City Centre)
Black & White image17th April 1934. View looking north towards Dyer Street Bridge, over Lady Beck. Beck runs in stone channel with walkways on either side and high retaining wall to right of picture. Leeds Model Lodging House can be seen behind bridge. Millgarth Mills to left of picture.
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