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Search Aspect ( Low Hall Place )
Location - Leeds & District

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Holbeck Lane, nos. 15 - 25 (Holbeck)
Black & White image28th October 1974. View of Holbeck Lane showing a block of derelict properties numbered, from left, 15 - 25, which were shortly due to be demolished. Bridge Road is around the corner on the left, while on the right is the entrance to Low Hall Place. A sign for Joseph Walker Limited, Timber, Plywood and Hardboard can be seen and a YEB electricity van is parked on the road.
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Low Hall Mills, Low Hall Place (Holbeck) (2 comments)
Black & White imageJuly 2012. View of Low Hall Mills located in Low Hall Place. The junction of Low Hall Place is adjacent to number 25 Holbeck Lane. In this recent view the mills are looking derelict with many broken window panes. The buildings date from 1874 and there is a datestone above the arched entrance to this effect. The Post Office Directory dating from 1882 lists Low Hall Mills as the premises of woollen and union cloth manufacturer, John Whitehead. He also had premises at number 41 Park Place and his residence was at number 44 Spencer Place. In recent times the mills had been occupied by S.P.M. (Selby Plumber's Merchants Ltd.)
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Low Hall Mills, Low Hall Place (Holbeck)
Black & White imageJuly 2012. Image shows a large, arched entrance to Low Hall Mills with a datestone above of 1874. The mills are situated on Low Hall Place, the junction of which is at number 25 Holbeck Lane. The Post Office Directory of 1882 lists Low Hall Mills as being occupied by John Whitehead, a manufacturer of Woollen and Union Cloths, also of 41 Park Place. His residence was number 33 Spencer Place. More recently the premises had been occupied by Selby Plumber's Merchants Ltd. but is now in a derelict condition.
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Low Hall Place (Holbeck)
Colour image9th November 1999. View looking across cobbled road which is Low Hall Place with view of Peter Cassidy Ltd. Holbeck Lane is on the right with the Lord Nelson public house just visible.
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